The second palace in Nankai is very close to Carrefour on Baidi Road. It's like a museum with many Tianjin folk exhibitions. There are several floors of collapsed courtyards and gardens that are comparable to those of the Royal Palace in Beijing, but you can also see the style of the Royal Palace at that time.
It is worthwhile to go. The former kingship and right of Zhuangwangfu is now built into a quiet and dustless place by the Buddhist Association.
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Qingwangfu is located in the hinterland of Tianjin's most concentrated historical buildings "Five Avenues Historical Architectural Area". The building plane of the mansion is rectangular, with a square hall in the center and a removable small stage. The first and second floor halls are surrounded by columnar corridors, with living rooms on all sides, and the third and eighth floors are shadow halls for ancestors. The halls are separated by wood carvings and the ceiling is beautifully carved. The courtyard has a large garden, rockery, stone bridge, pavilion, elegant and pleasant scenery.
Located at No. 82 Baidi Road, Nankai District, Tianjin, Zhuangwangfu, formerly the ancestral hall of Li Chun, Jiangxi Governor of the Beiyang Government, is one of the largest antique buildings in the city. It is a city-level cultural relics protection unit and Tianjin
The scenery is very good. It's worth keeping your footsteps. Come on, let's enjoy the beauty of Zhuangwangfu together.
The large-scale buildings with typical Ming and Qing characteristics should be properly protected.
In fact, it is Li Chun Temple, Nankai Cultural Palace and Sangong Architectural Complex. It's worth going.