Chuzhou Park is a young, open city park and a supporting project for the city's administrative center. There are various plants in the park, as well as small streams, stools and chairs for citizens to rest. The key point is that there are also the Municipal Sports Center, Art Museum, Science and Technology Museum, Grand Theater, Cultural Center, etc. nearby. These buildings are very distinctive in appearance design. It is recommended that outsiders come to Lishui or visit this administrative, cultural and sports center!
Lishui Central Park, the municipal government, the main broadcasting station, and the financial building are all in Zhejiang. There are fountains, pigeons, waterfalls and more! The public toilets here are also top-notch and extremely clean. Must go for a walk to Lishui!
Lishui was regarded as a big government in ancient times. It was called Chuzhou. It was first named in the 9th year of Emperor Kaihuang in the Sui Dynasty (589 AD) and has a history of more than 1,400 years. During the Hongwu period of the Ming Dynasty, the state capital was set up. It is a pity that some people misunderstand the original meaning of "Chuzhou" and believe that Chuzhou is mostly a place where officials are punished and demoted, and where local people "stay in (at home)". The original meaning of "Chu Shi Xing Xian, Ming is big and yellow", so "Chu" is the noble star. The current walls of Chuzhou Capital are already broken and ruined, revealing the vicissitudes of history. In order to restore history, Lishui City has begun to create cultural tourism in Chuzhou, develop related attractions, and reshape its former glory.
The green is good, it is cool in summer and a good place to visit and exercise
Worth a visit to the park, not much to do, always a bit of leisure in the city
The green is very good, the scenery is charming, and the fountains are especially nice in summer to go at night.
Every holiday there are many parents taking children to the square to feed pigeons