Changshu City, the former residence of Weng Tonghe, two generations of emperors, a very good place. The surrounding traffic is very convenient, and Changshu is not big. National key cultural relics protection units are worth seeing, and the surroundings are relatively comfortable.
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The former residence of Weng Tonghe is an official and gentry residence with a typical Jiangnan architectural style. It was originally bought by Weng Tonghe's father as a place for his filial piety to support his mother. The "Caiyi Hall", the main hall of the former residence, has the best-preserved Ming Dynasty hall in the south of the Yangtze River. It integrates carvings, sculptures and paintings, rich in content and extremely valuable in art.
The former residence of Weng Tonghe is in the alley opposite the First People's Hospital in the city center. Tickets are 20 yuan, students and people over 60 years old from other places half the ticket. Weng is a famous figure in modern Chinese history, so his former residence has historical significance. Unfortunately, it is well maintained. It is poor and looks very shabby.
Caiyitang, at No. 2 Wengjia Alley, Changshu City, is the former residence of Emperor Tongzhi and Emperor Guangxu of the Qing Dynasty, and Weng Tonghe, Shangshu of Hubu. Weng Tonghe (1830-1904) Hot in Changshu County, Suzhou Prefecture. The word Shengfu, Shuping, and Pingsheng