Zhou Enlai's former residence is located in Juma Lane in the northwest corner of Huai Lou, Huai'an Town, Jiangsu Province. There are two houses connected East and west, totaling 32 rooms. It is a green brick and wood structure bungalow built between Qingxianfeng and Guangxu years. It is about two miles away from Zhou Enlai Memorial Hall and belongs to the tourist attraction of Zhou Enlai's hometown. On March 5, 1898, Zhou Enlai, the founding premier of the People's Republic of China, was born in a house on the east side of the courtyard, where he spent 12 Spring and Autumn Periods. He left Huaian in the spring of 1910 and went to study with his uncle in Northeast China. He never came back after his death on January 8, 1976. His stepmother Chen's family and his grandmother Jiang Jiang's family lived in Butterfly Hall. The plaque on the gate of Zhou Enlai's former residence was inscribed by Comrade Deng Xiaoping. In 2002, a new "Deng Yingchao Memorial Park" was built on the north side of Zhou Enlai's former residence.
Zhou Enlai's former residence is located in Juma Lane in the northwest corner of Huai'an Town, Huai'an District, Huai'an City, Jiangsu Province. On March 5, 1979, Comrade Zhou Enlai officially opened his former residence to the outside world on the 80th anniversary of his birth. On December 11, 1984, Deng Xiaoping inscribed the plaque "Comrade Zhou Enlai's former residence". In January 1988, it was announced by the State Council as a national key cultural relics protection unit. The former residence consists of two courtyards connected East and west. On March 5, 1898, Zhou Enlai was born in a house on the east side of the courtyard. There are three houses facing west facing north of the former residence gate, which is the place where Zhou Enlai studied in his childhood. From the reading room to the west, across a square waist door, are three south-facing houses where his parents live. His stepmother, Chen Shi, and his nursing mother, Jiang Jiang Shi, live in Butterfly Hall. In the spring of 1910, 12-year-old Zhou Enlai left home with his uncle to study in Northeast China, and never returned home since.
Premier's former residence is well protected and repaired. Visit free of charge with ID card. East and West courtyards are scattered in different places, which truly reproduces the culture of folk houses of that year. This is the prime minister's birthplace, childhood, reading and literacy enlightenment, bearing 12 years of youth. Walk slowly, look, listen, think & 183; & 183; & 183; & 183; & 183; & 183; & 183; & 183; & 183; & 183; & 183; & 183; & 183;
Like Shaoshan in Hunan, like Huaming Tower, Chinese people's respect for the older generation of revolutionaries can not be changed, such as the tide of people, the influx of Qima Lane, pictures, cultural relics, all moving, the most tearful goal is Deng Yingchao Hall, the affectionate recitation "Begonia blossom in Xihua Hall again".
The former residence is located in Juma Lane in Huai'an. The former residence consists of two courtyards connected East and west. The whole building is made of green bricks, grey tiles and wooden bungalows. It has the typical architectural style of folk houses in northern Jiangsu in Ming and Qing Dynasties. There are reading rooms, birthplaces, main hall houses, wells, elms, kitchens, Guanyin Liu, Deng Yingchao Memorial Park and other scenic spots layout.
Premier Zhou Enlai's former residence is one of the attractions Huai'an must visit. It is a different kind of travel experience to look up to the great man's former residence with respect. Looking at the paper, table and chair in the former residence, coupled with their own imagination, try to piece together the bits and pieces of Prime Minister's life.
Zhou Enlai's ancestors live along the Youqiao River in Shaoxing City, Zhejiang Province, which is the eastern head of today's Labor Road. It covers an area of 2150 square meters and has a building area of 1680 square meters. It is situated in the north and south, with a total of three entries. It is a provincial cultural relics protection unit.