It is located on the platform northwest of Dabei Street, Chengguan Town, 0.5 kilometers northwest of Changzi County. According to legend, a Taoist priest traveled here in the early Tang Dynasty. He suddenly felt that the energy of the place was strong and the spiritual energy was flowing. He thought that this was a geomantic treasure and his eldest son would become a high official in the future, so he built a temple here and named it White Crane Temple. Now the Guanyuan has been destroyed, and only one Tang stele remains. The turtle-shaped stele base has been buried underground. The exposed stele is 3 meters tall, 1.08 meters wide and 0.44 meters thick. The head of the stele is 0.5 meters high and 0.44 meters thick. Four dragon patterns are carved on the top. Vivid and lifelike. There are inscriptions on the sunny side of the monument, which record the scale and grand occasion of the original construction of Baihe Temple. The dark side is a five-character poem with forty-four rhymes, written in the handwriting of Yu Shinan, a great calligrapher of the Tang Dynasty. Its brushwork combines hardness and softness, and is straight and vigorous. It is one of the important cultural relics attractions in Changzi County. This stele was created by Gao Tong, the official of the Changzi County Zai Dynasty in the second year of Chui Gong of the Tang Dynasty (686). It has been preserved to this day and is quite precious.