This is a private residence of a former official. It adopts the architectural mode of combining Chinese and Western culture. It has bright colours and gorgeous decoration. Even the bricks and tiles in it embody the architectural style with Chinese characteristics. The mascots carved above are vivid, with patio, courtyard, and more buildings. The combination is very strict. Now, there are few opportunities to see such ancient and fragrant buildings, Jiao Jiao. It's not very convenient. It's far from the right place. It's OK to go and have a look during the holidays.
The whole family went together, feeling good, praise it. White walls and black tiles reveal vicissitudes of life. Time seems to be slowing down here. Doctor Di seems to be a bit dilapidated in many places because of his old age and disrepair. Fortunately, the local government, the tourism department and the cultural relics protection department are aware of the importance of the building and have begun to repair it. It is believed that in the near future, the buildings here will appear in front of tourists with a brand new look. Old wells can still draw out clear and sweet water. In summer, they are more cool and refreshing. They clap on their faces and immediately wake up a lot.
Xintian Township in Northwest New Territories is a place where the surnames of Wen live together. It has been built for hundreds of years. The earliest villagers came from Sichuan and migrated to Jiangxi during the Southern Song Dynasty. Their descendants went south to Guangdong and settled in Xintian. There are many medieval buildings in Xintian Township. The Qifeng Wengong Temple and Doctor Di in the ancestral temple are listed as historic sites by the authorities. After the renovation, the citizens can visit them freely. Rich houses and ancient ancestral temples provide material evidence for the textual research.
Beautiful scenery, fresh air, bustling crowd, just want to say a word - praise. Official residence is magnificent, courtyard before and after, hall is spacious and deep, three-level high-level entrance and exquisite brick carving pattern of the entrance, showing off the noble identity of the owner.
It's okay to go once. Although it's not as good as I imagined, it's worth the fare. It's okay to go. There is a strong atmosphere of respecting teachers and respecting education. Yes. It's just that the business atmosphere is stronger than the cultural atmosphere when we do tourism now.