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Taishun Lounge Bridge

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"Jiang Ji/Travel Notes of Taishun Covered Bridge. Taishun is located in southern Zhejiang Province. The covered bridge in Taishun is known as the most beautiful covered bridge in the world. Visits to seek the truth. The heavy rain on the way to Taishun made me worry about the scenery I could encounter. I was lucky. When I parked at the gate of Shuangqiao, the rain stopped without warning, leaving only slightly moist air. . The breath after the rain mixed with the smell of green grass was very refreshing, and a cool breeze washed away the dullness. After the heavy rain, the stream is full of water, overflowing from higher positions. The artificially forged and polished stone steps are like neat piano keys, smooth and round, and the stream passes through the gaps and splashes with a halo to form a dense splash of water. The sound of quiet and dynamic above the water, coupled with the branches and green leaves hanging down the shore, is a vivid landscape painting. The Beijian Bridge crosses the tributary of the stream. It is a single wooden bridge. The whole bridge does not have a nail or bolt. It is a frame built entirely of wooden beams and columns. The slate bridge deck and the tiled corridors together form a workman. The covered bridges that walked and sheltered from wind and rain, and some even set up stalls on the bridge, full of life. The approach bridge is full of stone steps, the grass climbing out of the gaps between the stone slabs has a strong quaint taste, the ancient trees next to the bridge are quiet and sweet, and the water under the trees gathers a lot of fish waiting to be fed, and there are people relaxing. There is a Xidong Bridge on the other side of the street not far from the Beijian Bridge. It is called the sister bridge together with the Beijian Bridge. It looks exactly the same, except that the surrounding scenery is slightly inferior, but there are also places that stand out, that is the part of the bridge’s porch. It's more dignified, so it's worth seeing. Both of these are ancient bridges. They have gone through ups and downs for hundreds of years, and they have to donate money to repair them, so they still maintain a good style. Taishun is known as the hometown of covered bridges. Therefore, there are a large number of covered bridges scattered everywhere, with different shapes and characteristics. Some have been dilapidated, some are still intact. I drove around nearly ten places, and finally concluded that I still feel sisters The bridge is the most beautiful. I saw a new covered bridge under construction in Sankui. It was introduced as the largest span bridge in Asia. It was constructed using wood and tenon-and-mortise structure completely in accordance with the ancient method. It has been built for more than three years and is expected to be completed next year. The donor is the local The Qiu family in the township has invested more than 30 million yuan, which are all hard-earned in other businesses of their own. According to Boss Qiu himself, it is a feeling. I carefully looked at the surrounding auxiliary facilities and the scenery along the river to basically judge. It is for the purpose of commercial return, but it is not easy. It is not a shameful thing to be able to rely on culture to obtain economic benefits, even I understand the high-end ones. The so-called cultural platform and economic singing can both give the people more cultural experience and promote prosperity. It is a good thing that kills two birds with one stone. It's a pity that the concept is still inseparable from the concept of the largest and the highest. Maybe in the minds of the Chinese people, the scale is the mainstream expression of the tall."
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