In our opinion, we think this well is one of the best places to have a drink. It's about 50 meters deeps and 25 meters of water should be down there! Overall, It's a great place to have a look at the ...
Baisha Ancient Well is on the way that I passed away each day of my secondary-school life. However, last year, I finally had a chance to visit it in May. My families like the water from Baisha Well. W...
Its a small well , not much to see unless you want to see the people who come to get water there. Suggest to drink some fresh water there. Also recommend to try some fresh tea in the tea house next to...
Baisha Well is situated under Tianxin Pavilion, on the east side of Baisha Street. Though small, the well is well-known throughout history. Originally, it had only one hole as a source of water. At the end of the Ming Dynasty, it became two-holed. After many modifications, it was expanded into a four-hole well. The spring water emerges from the bottom and supplies water thoughout the year. It has been a thousand-year tradition for Changsha residents to come to this well to get water. Even today, many residents will still bring all kinds of containers to get water. Apparently, the tea that is made using this water is called “Chashui Tea"; it is sweet and has a nice aroma.
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