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Former Residence of Zhou Enlai

Former Residence of Zhou Enlai

4.6/5342 Reviews
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Famous Residences
8:30-17:00, closed on Monday. (Local time)
The Former Residence of Zhou Enlai essentially is situated in the town of Chuzhou District and is a national by and large key social relics insurance unit. His former residence is made out of two standard old houses that unquestionably are associated by things. The extremely whole building has blocks and dim tiles and is somewhat basic and rich. It for the most part is a common compositional style of private structures in northern Jiangsu Province. Zhou Enlai basically lived from birth until the point when he was 12 years of age. These days, it generally has turned into the history class for the greater part of youngsters to get progressive custom training.
Hexia Ancient Town

Hexia Ancient Town

4.2/5150 Reviews
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Ancient Settlement
Open all day (Local time)
Hexia Ancient Town is located in the northwest corner of Huai'an District, Huai'an City, Jiangsu Province. Gugukou, the ancient end of the ancient gully, was named Beichen Town and is one of the core protected areas of Huai'an historical and cultural city. There are five major characteristics: cultural center, military town, salt merchant town, medical center (the birthplace of Shanyang Medicine), and gourmet town (the birthplace of Huaiyang cuisine). Here, the famous celebrities such as Liang Hongyu, a great writer, and Wu Chengen, a great writer, were born. The Ming and Qing Dynasties have had many scholars, scholars, and Hanlin. They are known as the “hometown of scholars” and have a profound cultural heritage.
The Former Residence of Wu Cheng'en

The Former Residence of Wu Cheng'en

4.4/5256 Reviews
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Famous Residences
The former residence of Wu Cheng'en is located in the ancient town of Hexia, in the northern part of the Old Town district of Huai'an. It is a garden complex in the style of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). There are many pavilions, towers, artificial hills, and ponds in the garden. The scenery is characterized by a simple elegance. Here, visitors can learn about the life of Wu Cheng’en, the author of The Journey to the West, and view related cultural relics. Liu Xiao Ling Tong, the actor famous for his role as Sun Wukong in the TV series Journey to the West, has made significant contributions to the restoration of the former residence. Thus visitors can also find exhibitions related to the actor there.
Hanxin Guli Relic Site

Hanxin Guli Relic Site

4/545 Reviews
Famous Residences
Hanxin Guli Relic Site is located at Matouzhen in Huaiyin District, Huai'an City. It is the birthplace of the famous general Hanxin, and also where he grew up. Inside the site, there is Hanhousi, as well as an altar as well as a niche behind a veil, and a sculpture of Hanxin xits within the niche. The fishing area in the relic site is where Hanxin used to do angling when he was young. The legend of Piaomu Fanxin took place here. At the former angling site, there are artifacts such as a stone plaque, dressed stone, and octagonal stone drum.
Zhou Enlai Hometown Tourism Area

Zhou Enlai Hometown Tourism Area

4.6/545 Reviews
Memorial Hall
Famous Residences
Huai'an Suwan Border Area Government Former Site Memorial Hall

Huai'an Suwan Border Area Government Former Site Memorial Hall

4.3/530 Reviews
Exhibition Hall
Historical Site
Ancient City Wall Ruins Park

Ancient City Wall Ruins Park

4.4/518 Reviews
Historical Site
Guantianpeici

Guantianpeici

4/521 Reviews
Temple
Historical Site
Mingzu Mausoleum

Mingzu MausoleumNearby City

4.2/5151 Reviews
Cemetery
7:30-17:30 (Local time)
The Mingzu Mausoleum is situated on the bank of the Huaihe River and on the banks of the Hongze Lake in the north of the ancient Shuozhou City. It has been underwater for more than a hundred years under the Huai River. Shinto, who entered the Tomb of the Ming Dynasty, has stone animals and stone people on both sides. In the cemetery, the giant stone statues of the Ming Dynasty are the main highlights. There are criss-crossing watercourses in the park. The birds in the sky can often be seen, giving the Xiaoling Mausoleum a unique aura.
Mengchengyi Museum

Mengchengyi MuseumNearby City

4.4/5345 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
8:15-17:30 (Local time)
The history of the city has a very long history. In the early days, Qin Wang’s government established a high platform and set up a postal pavilion. The place was named Gaoyou. Only Gaoyou, which linked its name to the postal service in many counties and cities across the country. The existing Yucheng Postal Stop was built in the 8th year of Ming Hongwu (1375). It is now a large-scale, well-preserved ancient station in the country and is now a postal museum in China.
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