The entire ancient building group is carved and painted with exquisite carvings. It is the representative of the southern architectural art in the Ming and Qing Dynasties in China, and it is also the largest existing ancient Guild building complex in China. In the area of Dongshuimen, according to the theory of Feng Shui, the inner side of the river bend is Ji Di and the outside is fierce land. The area around Dongshuimen is just the place where Zhuque Xiang dances. The Feng Shui is very good, and the venue is located here.
In the development and reconstruction of each city, it is possible to demolish many old buildings. Among them, many old buildings are planned to be preserved. The Huguang Guild Hall in Chongqing is one. The building space is large and magnificent, and it has more structural features of the emblem building. At the same time, it has distinctive characteristics of Chongqing's regional architecture. The whole hall is built according to the mountain, and the building height difference is different. This is also a must-see for you to travel to Chongqing.
Chongqing Huguang Club is located at No. 4, Dongshuimen Street, Yuzhong District, Chongqing. It was built in the 24th year of Qing Emperor Qianlong (1759) and expanded in the 26th year of Daoguang (1846). The hall covers an area of 8,561 square meters. It has the Guangdong Hall, the Jiangnan Hall, the Two Lakes Hall, the Jiangxi Hall and four theaters, including the Guangdong Office and the Qian Office. The embossed sculptures of the Guild Building are exquisite and lifelike. The main themes are the patterns of the characters such as Journey to the West, the West Chamber, the Fengshen and the Twenty-four filial piety, as well as the dragon and phoenix, animals and various exotic flowers and other patterns.
In the development and reconstruction of each city, it is possible to demolish many old buildings. Among them, many old buildings are planned to be preserved. The Huguang Guild Hall in Chongqing is one. Chongqing Huguang Club is located in Dongshuimen Street, Yuzhong District, Chongqing. It was built in the 24th year of Qing Emperor Qianlong, including Guangdong Hall, Jiangnan Hall, Lianghu Hall, Jiangxi Hall and four theaters. It is the Guangdong Office, Qian Office, and The collective name of the ancient palace buildings and the antique new buildings in the Qing Dynasty, such as the palace, is the largest group of ancient halls in the central area of the country.
The Huguang Guild Hall, also known as the Temple of the King, is the collective name of a group of ancient buildings that includes the Guangdong Office, the Qi'an Office, and the Palace of the King. It was the gathering place of Hubei and Hunan businessmen in Chongqing. The theater stage within the guild hall contains exquisite wood ring carvings. The carvings mainly contain images from the famous stories, "Journey to the West," "Investiture of the Gods," "the Twenty-Four Filial Exemplars," etc. It's definitely worth a look.