In the first garden of Huaizuo, there is a private first blessing
Qiaoyuan was built in the Wanli Period of the Ming Dynasty. It has a history of more than 430 years and is a private garden built during the Wanli Period of the Ming Dynasty. During the Tongzhi years, the two Huai salt transports enabled Qiao Songnian to move from Taizhou to Taizhou, and purchased the park and renamed it "Qiaoyuan." Qiaoyuan has the distinctive features of Jiangnan gardens. The garden is small, but it can be said to be small, but it has unique artistic concept. It is one of the top ten private gardens in China. Step by step inside, you need to watch slowly, because you may miss an antique or beautiful scenery with historical value if you are not careful. The Qingge Pavilion is the tallest building in Qiaoyuan. It has a high view and a beautiful view of the park.
Walk in the garden, it is not the garden itself. Instead, let's take a look at the owner's aesthetic taste through the pavilions and ponds. A comfortable lifestyle is between the mountains and trees wrapped in this high wall. The mountain swaying hall is covered with blue bricks and slabs, and the corners of the roof are not as flat as the northern areas, and not as high as the southern areas. It is the intersection of north and south buildings. The
garden is centered on the mountain ring grass hall. The southern chiseling pool is stacked in the main view, and the north has a garden. Wen Guizhen imitation boat-shaped building, standing in the ship's warehouse and the bow, can enjoy the water view in the pool. Opposite the rockery waterfall, the flowing water makes people feel the natural lake and mountains. In the middle of the wall of the exit, the brick carving "Fu" is embedded in the middle of the wall, which is the first blessing of the people. The ingenious idea is that the entire blessing can't see the strokes, all of which are made up of various folk mascots. Exquisite carving, meaning auspicious. Before you leave, come and touch the word "Fu" and feel the blessings from the ancient gardens.
Posted: 20 Mar, 2019