Qintong Ancient Town is famous in China’s history and culture. The town is situated in a pleasing environment surrounded by water. You can visit one of Qintong’s great sights by visiting a camellia garden: some of the country’s rare ancient camellia trees, with their flowers reflected in the clear water. Each year the Qintong Boat Festival is held here during the Qingming Festival. During the festival, punts, rowboats, and decorative boats stretch across 100 square kilometers, and thousands of tourists gather to witness the spectacle.
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It is known as the ancient town of the water town of the ancient town
when you see a folk house with a wishful band of this color celebration, the Green Tree Temple arrived. The Green Tree Temple is named after the old man, and the old man has become a fairy because of the Zen Temple. It has a history of more than a thousand years. Here is one of the eight scenes: the green courtyard is coveted.
For thousands of years, people have respected the old banyan tree, and the tree is covered with red wishing belts. The peers can see this situation and can't help but admire! Young people come here to pray for a happy marriage, and the old people come here to pray for health and longevity. If you have the opportunity to come here, don't forget to follow the customs and pray for peace and happiness. The
temple was built in the Tang and Five Dynasties and was overhauled in the Ming Dynasty. The main hall is dedicated to three large Buddhas. They represent the present, the past and the future. On both sides are eighteen Arhats, followed by the island Guanyin, retaining the style of the Ming Dynasty rebuilt. There are few Buddhist temple buildings in Wukai, and there are many structures in Liangshan, Jinzishan and Zhongzhushan, which are both beautiful and practical. The beams between the beams, the beams, and the lotus leaves are fine.
Narrow ticket gate, the monks wearing yellow robes walked slowly. The incense in the temple is lingering, and the sound of the Buddha is quiet, so it is suitable to stop and listen to your inner voice. The street scene of the ancient town is connected with the new branches of the millennium. If it is looming, is it a greenery that can only be said to be unspeakable?
In ancient towns, perhaps many people couldnt think of it. As early as 5,000 years ago, humans lived here because of the Neolithic artifacts and the deer antler fossils.
There is more than a thousand years of written history. It is a veritable millennium ancient town. The most famous in the ancient town is this millennial old tea tree. It is vigorous and powerful, breaking through the tile beam, still living today. The ground is growing. The word
has water, which is destined to be inextricably linked with water, and because the ancient town is surrounded by water, there is the nickname of "Suzhong Zhouzhuang". Today, this "water pearl" is rising in the ancient towns of China.
Opening time: 8:30-17:30
Ticket: 40 yuan
The old street in Taizhou is adjacent to the Fengcheng River. It was opened to the public around 2009. It is almost ten years away. I said that because of this location, it is in the city center, and there are many places where you can eat, so Locals like to come to the old street party on weekends!
The gate of Taoyuan Scenic Area is at the entrance of Laojie, so like Old Street, Taoyuan, Meiyuan, Fengcheng River and Wanghai Tower are all together, it is quite convenient to play.
This time I came to Taizhou to find that there are quite a lot of comets here. The locals are also very kind to these microphones, and always take some food to feed them.
When I was hanging out in the old street, I found a group of cats. Zhizhi students seemed to like cats too, and told us to shoot them.
Mingshipu's Ming and Qing Alleys, shuttled in the deep courtyard, the street full of fragrant snacks, plus screaming, this is the unique charm of Taizhou Old Street!
At the entrance of the old street, I bumped into the old man who was shaking the bamboo. I saw that he had two two-foot-long bamboo sticks in his hands and a cotton rope with a length of about five feet at the top. One or two laps, one hand and one hand, constantly shaking, and when the rotation is accelerated, the bell will beep.