Quyuan is the former residence of Yu Yu Yu, a scholar of the Qing Dynasty. Yu Yu's knowledge is appreciated by Zeng Guofan. He is favored by Li Hongzhang. His integrity is worthy of admiration. His former residence is also a typical folk residence in the south of the Yangtze River. It also has a garden-like back garden. It is very beautiful. It is now open to the public free of charge and is very worth visiting.
No tickets are required. At the bottom of the Equine Medical Lane, there are fewer visitors. From the perspective of landscape architecture, it may not be in the forefront in Suzhou, but this is the former residence of Professor Yu Yue, and "Spring in the Hall" is also a famous name in the academic history of the late Qing Dynasty, so it is quite appropriate to go to the pilgrimage.
As a city with 2500 years of history, there are many small gardens in Gusu. Quyuan is situated in a lane beside Guanqian Street of the ancient city. It is the former residence of Yu Yue, a master of Chinese traditional culture. Although the garden is small, it should have all. Small bridges, flowing water, rockery terraces and charming scenery.
Quyuan has a relatively small reputation, but the tickets are cost-effective. We are a bit tired of aesthetic appreciation. If you want to enjoy the garden, you'd better ask a tour guide to explain it, so that you can have a better understanding of the garden, otherwise some of the real feelings are the same.
The courtyard is open for free. It's very south of the Yangtze River.
It's worth visiting. The family are very satisfied. It's worth it. Take a bus to Qujiangchi Site Park. There are still many artificial ticket cars in Xi'an. They tell the conductor where you want to go, and then charge the fare according to the section. The price ranges from 50 cents to 2 yuan. First, I got off at Tangchengwall Park. At about one o'clock in the afternoon, I sat down on the stone bench in the park without any stifling heat. The whole park is a small speaker, with male and female Tang poems recited. There are small labyrinth buildings imitating Han and Tang Dynasty, and the walls are full of Tang poems. When I saw Li Bai's "Qingping Diao", I could not help singing "Clouds want clothes and flowers, spring breeze touches the threshold and luxuriant. That's the feeling I'm looking for. Every time I see something, it reminds you of the experience in your life, the experience in reading. In Qujiangchi Park, walking along the lakeside, the wind blows willow leaves, and the poet sculptures that appear in the distance are sung by the lakeside. This city is full of amazing amalgamation of ancient and modern times. When you are still recalling the surprises you just experienced, it has prepared another surprise for you, waiting for you quietly. There are middle-aged couples riding bicycles. Let me take pictures for them. It's poses. Marriage life after middle age is still full of romance and envy. Only by snuggling together like this can we understand that the years spent together are the deepest stories of each other. There are also young couples singing and feeding children in the pavilion, taking their families to the park on weekends to relax and enjoy the comfort and comfort brought by their families.
Yuyue's former residence, Quyuan, is located at No. 43, People's Road, Suzhou. It was listed as a national key cultural relic protection unit in 2006. Yu Yue, supported by his friends in 1874, purchased the waste land of the former residence of Shi Pan Shien of West University of Ma Medical Lane. He personally planned and constructed more than 30 houses as living and writing places. In the northwest of the residential area, the original gap is like a curved ruler, taking Lao Tzu-quot; Qu Zequan-quot; meaning, building a small garden named-quot; Quyuan-quot; hanging Li Hongzhang's book-quot at the house gate; Lu-quot of Taishi's book in Deqing Yu; horizontal plaque. In 2006, it was listed as a national key cultural relics protection unit.