I like small towns that are not well known and are partial. There are no bustling crowds, no noisy, noisy commercial streets, but only mottled buildings, authentic food and leisure people. I wonder if you have heard of the ancient city of Taoyuan in Zhejiang, a place that perfectly fits my definition of the ancient city. Probably no one can think of a small town that has been quiet for so many years. It was built in 1387 in the Ming Dynasty. It was built to prevent the invasion of the shackles. The entire Taoyuan City is built on the hillside, with a high level of visibility and excellent visibility. It is an important military defense fortress. Not only was one of the 41 defending cities set up in the southeastern coast of Zhejiang for the anti-mite, but Taoyuan is still the best preserved anti-mite ancient city in the country. Through architecture and layout, you can imagine the prosperity of the city. Its just that today, the added meaning is lost, and this small town is very comfortable. Old people and children can be seen everywhere, or they can enjoy the sun in their own door, or take a walk in the ancient city. You don't need to worry about war, you don't need to worry about other people's eyes, it's good.
When I arrived at the sea, I had a surprise. Every city in China has its own character. This is a city that doesn't like to demolish things, so many ancient buildings have been preserved. Like other parts of Jiangsu and Zhejiang, young people are rarely seen here. Most of the middle-aged and elderly people in the street are still living in their own old houses. They are hot to cool off, or play cards in the bridge hole. Castor, quite comfortable. Unlike the noisy ancient towns, there are not many shops selling thousands of travel products. Most of the merchants are locals. They are very simple. In places where there is not much commercial erosion, it is very comfortable to go around.
The Taozhu Ancient City was famous for the hero, General Qi Jiguang, who defeated the Japanese army on the southeast coast of Zhejiang. It was built in the 20th year of Ming Hongwu and has a history of more than 600 years. The Taozhu Ancient City has already appeared a bit shabby, but it also highlights the traces of history here. Take a leisurely walk in the ancient city and look back at the history, which is fun instead.