The streets and lanes of Zaoer Lane area have many representative buildings from the Qing Dynasty to the Warlord Era. The architectural styles are diverse. There are both Hakka buildings in Weinan and Huizhou buildings with fine workmanship. It is built in the style of Ji’an and Nanchang and typical Western architecture. In some neighborhoods, there are also cross-street gates that fully reflect the diversity of urban culture.
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There are many cultural monuments in Zhangzhou, and Zaoerxiang is the main representative. This alley is only over two hundred meters, but it has existed in the Song Dynasty.
Yuer Lane is a combination of various architectural styles. The folks describe it as "Song Shiming brick clearing and tying up", which means that the building here combines the dynasties of many dynasties. Folk house "museum".
The building of Zaoer Lane is mainly brick and tile structure, but the front of some houses still retains the wooden structure of the past. This lane was once very popular during the Qing Dynasty to the Republic of China. Although the alley was only over 200 meters, it gathered many merchants and money houses, and trade was extremely frequent.
The end of the alley (or the beginning) has a quaint mansion. It used to be a bank called Dongfu. Now it has been changed to a restaurant. The atmosphere of the old financial institution is hard, but from the building. You can feel the pride of the owner in the past, at least in the area of Zhangzhou.
This is a typical Hakka courtyard in the southern part of the country. It pays attention to the symmetrical pattern. The color, design and sculpture of the threshold, roof beam and window sill are very elegant. It can be seen that the big family has the aesthetic taste of the family.
Located in the southern part of Jiangxi Province, Ganzhou is the largest prefecture-level city in Jiangxi with the largest population. Quzhou is also an ancient city. In the old city, the ancient city wall built in the Northern Song Dynasty is still preserved. It is a rare treasure. Of course, there are still many small alleys in the ancient city.
The most famous alley, called Zaoer Lane, also called Soap Lane, because there were many official residences in the Qing Dynasty, they were wearing black overalls, called soap duty, and where they lived. Its called the soap lane.
The stoveway is not far from the riverside and the ancient city wall, and can be reached on foot. Today's alleys have been refurbished, retaining the architectural style of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, which has become the memory of many Chenzhou childhoods, and has become a place for some newcomers to take wedding photos.
This alley is only 227 meters in length, and it will be able to walk to the head in a few minutes. The alleys are mainly filled with shops, workshops, hotels, money houses, government offices, and residences. The architectural style also includes the genre of Weinan Hakka architecture, Suizhong patio architecture, Huizhou architecture and Western architecture.
This is one of the most prosperous streets in Luzhou in ancient times. The architectural style is diverse, the archway facing the street is simple and solemn, the cobblestone pavement is smooth and clean, and the wind volcanic wall is patchwork.
The red lanterns are hung on the main entrance of the street. It looks very neat and the wall is mottled with a sense of history.