The Shui Ze monument is not far from the Drum Tower, belonging to Tianyi and Yuehu scenic spots. It is located in the river channel, and the flat characters on the stele are the signs for measuring the water level outside the city, so that corresponding measures can be taken. The wisdom of the ancients is really profound.
The oldest water level observatory in Zhejiang. In the Ningbo part of the Grand Canal, which is a World Heritage Site, it seems that the water gate was opened and closed when the water hit the horizontal bar. It's quite smart to use the flat character.
A stele was erected on the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal to monitor the water level, and the stele pavilion was built on it. Now the foundation of the stele has been submerged due to the rising water level. It is visible on the side of Yuehu Lake and the roadside. I feel that Ningbo has a lot of historical and cultural relics, which can be seen everywhere, and all kinds of houses are only protected at the district level.
Nice! Very good, recommendable, can go!
The Shui Ze Monument is located at the corner of Pingqiao Street on the west side of Zhenming Road, Haishu District, Ningbo. To the north is the Drum Tower and to the south is the Moon Lake. The Shuize Stele was built during the Song Baoyou period (1253~1258) and was rebuilt in the Ming and Qing dynasties. Now most of the stone pavilions were built during the Daoguang period of the Qing Dynasty. In 1999, after being rebuilt, the Pingqiao River was restored and connected with the Yuehu water system. . The Water Ze Stele uses the principle of leveling water to realize the purpose of understanding the disaster situation and the unified dispatch of people's sentiments. It is the only example in the remains of ancient water conservancy in cities in my country. It is a rare physical example to study the history of water conservancy development and the study of urban drainage and flood prevention projects. It has special significance.