Northeast of Jimo, close to the sea, well-preserved old city, the village is neat and clean! Even garbage sorting is done well! It should be deliberately maintained and requested! Except for us, no visitors were seen! But looking at the street stalls, there should still be tourists! It's just that the museum will not be opened and the towers will not be allowed to go up. It is a pity that we are looking for village officials!
The ancient city of Xiongyasuo can be regarded as a real ancient city and not an imitation. Entering the south gate of the ancient city, there is a sense of vicissitudes of history. You can also see many houses with a sense of age. Although they have been repaired, they also retain traces of history. There are many elderly people, and the folk style is simple. Fortunately, this ancient city for more than 600 years has not been destroyed by commercialization. It is quietly strolling in the streets and lanes. There is no hustle and bustle. I think this is the original life of the ancient city rather than the transformed pedestrian street or snack street. After visiting the museum at the entrance of the city, the only regret is that it is not as famous as Penglai Pavilion.
Very good, unpretentious, worth coming, the museum at the door is also good
600 years old city, coastal defense fortress of the Ming Dynasty. The west is high and the east is low. It seems to be built on a hillside. Not far from the east is the sea. A large area of sea can be seen on the city wall. The tourism development of the ancient city is not yet perfect, maybe this is the best time to go to Xiongyasuo.
A very old ancient city, just a bit hard to find.