What an amazing place to see. It is beautiful and rich with history of ancient China. Loads of little shops and restaurants as well as hand crafted items and lovely little hotels. This was definitly w...
We got there by car during the Nation Day holidays. It was ram packed! But nice to wander around, take the brief, but relaxing, boat ride where the oarswoman sang lovely songs. We ate well but the hot...
One of the most beautiful ancient water town in China
The deep historical culture of Taierzhuang originated during Han dynasty, developed in Qing dynasty and boomed in Ming and Qing dynasties. The ancient town of Taierzhuang mainly reflects four cultural...
The boat ride is nothing special. It takes about 15 minutes from dock to dock. It is a pretty and relaxing trip on the water. I preferred walking along the tree lined streets better. There is not much...
Do you know the Taierzhuang war, but I once knew the ancient town of Taierzhuang?
Taierzhuang has built a city in the Yuan Dynasty, but the prosperity was in the Ming Dynasty, Taierzhuang became a major town in the canal, and the merchants from south to north gathered here, bustling and prosperous. Later, the ancient city was destroyed by the war. The current Taierzhuang ancient city was reconstructed according to history, but it was built to be original, and it tastes very good in the northern waters.
You can take a picture tour in the ancient city. The boat mothers are all beautiful, and they also sing a good folk song. The boat mother crossed the boat. The restored ancient city shows the prosperity of Taierzhuang in the past. It was getting late, and the lights of the ancient city lit up.
Unlike other buildings, the boat-shaped street is the new building of Taierzhuang. It is 110 meters long and 60 meters wide in the middle. It is surrounded by water and looks like a huge ship sailing. This is in line with the theme culture of Taierzhuang. .
The ancient city of Taierzhuang is located at the center of the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal and the junction of the four provinces of Shandong, Jiangsu and Anhui. From the perspective of historical evolution, Taierzhuang began in the Qin and Han Dynasties, developed in the Tang and Song Dynasties, prospered in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, especially in the Qing Dynasty by the Emperor Qianlong to be named "the first village in the world." Now the ancient city is a national 5A-level tourist scenic spot, covering an area of 2 square kilometers. It is the largest ancient city in China and has the reputation of China's most beautiful water town.
Before the Spring Festival, the entire ancient city was painted with various architectural outlines. With the flow of people and lanterns, the ancient city towers are full of splendor in the night, not to mention the world. The momentum of a village.
Some people say that there is a paradise on the upper side, there is a Suzhou-Hangzhou under it, and it is better than the light of the night at Taizhuang. Although there is a bit of exaggerated taste, but the night of Taierzhuang is really like a picture of a dimly lit, riding a small boat, listening to the little song, intoxicated.
In the southwestern part of Shandong Province, at the center of the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal, there is an ancient city called Taierzhuang. This ancient city has a very long history. It was built in the Qin and Han Dynasties and prospered in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. In the Qing Dynasty, it was called by the good deeds of the time. It is "the first village in the world".
This ancient city that flourished from the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal has undergone hundreds of years of baptism, but unfortunately in 1938, because of resistance to aggression, there was a famous Taierzhuang battle in China and abroad. The entire ancient city was The artillery was ruined into ruins.
Nightfall, the colorful lanterns are set against the blue and green tiles, and the quaint streets are dazzling.
In the southeast of Zaozhuang City, Taierzhuang Ancient City is located in the central belt of the last section of the Grand Canal. It is a famous water town north of the Yangtze and an ancient canal city. The ancient city was demolished in the 1938 Battle of Taierzhuang. The old city seen today is a reconstruction, with many scenic spots reconstructed on their original sites. However, the city still retains many remnants of its history as a battlefield. Taierzhuang incorporates eight different architectural styles so that visitors can experience both the style of southern Shandong and the folk customs of north Jiangsu. You can't go wrong by taking a stroll among the quiet lanes, catching boat rides on the Grand Canal, or watching an exciting folk performance.