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Guo Dong
郭洞古生态村

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Opening Soon Open from 1/1-12/31,8:00am-5:30pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 0.5 day
Address: Wuyi County, Jinhua City
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Phone: 0579-87736439

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It was discovered and started to protect more than 20 years ago. There are no modern buildings in the ancient village community, so it can show the original historical features. Unless you park your car at the village entrance hotel, you need 10 yuan for the parking lot. You don't go to the temple or climb the mountain in the village, you don't need to buy tickets. In fact, free open Fan Yutang is enough to see, the beam and window carving is quite exquisite, all three-dimensional carving, some geometric figures are a continuous, not broken, very like a maze, no repeat lines. Sighed that the craftsmen's craftsmanship at that time, if repaired now, it is difficult to find such a craftsman. The only regret, to go up the mountain to ask for tickets, did not go to the temple on the mountain. The temple is that all living beings should be equal, can not be distinguished with tickets, I don't know if it will be changed in the future. Recommended to taste bamboo rice. The ancient wells in the village are laid out in feng shui, which is very interesting.

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Introduction

Guo Dong is special because it not only has cultural landscapes but also cultural connotations. Guo Dong is composed of two parts: Guo Shangcun and Guo Xia Village. The roads are laid out in an orderly manner. They are all paved with pebbles. There are large ancient buildings in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Although there are few giants in the deep courtyard, the village houses are intact and well preserved. In the building, it is worth mentioning the number of He's ancestral hall. It was built in the Ming Dynasty thirty-seventh year (1609). The scale is grand and the weather is solemn.
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