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Linkeng

Linkeng

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"There are places with stories, not only Lijiang, but there are also many beautiful ancient villages in China. They are hidden in a corner far from the city, waiting for us to discover for decades. Yongjia Linkeng, a tempting small village, she retains the most beautiful appearance, simpler than Lijiang, quieter than Wuzhen, and most importantly, she is very close to us.  Linkeng is located in Huangnan Township, the northernmost part of Yongjia County. From the Yantan exit of Zhuyong Expressway, follow Provincial Highway 223, the road signs of Linkeng Ancient Village can be easily found. Follow the only path into the village and trace the source along the mountain stream. Linkeng is hidden in the stream. The end. Walking along the mountain road by the river into the ancient village, you can see the clear mountain water slowly flowing down along the road, you can see ducks swimming in the stream and fishing, and a large bamboo forest towering into the clouds on the other side. Slowly walking into the small village, a small covered bridge came into view, and three or five village names sat on the bridge and chatted. The quietness made people look particularly warm. Not far from the covered bridge is a small square. A huge boulder is engraved with the word "Lin Peng". When you look up, a three-dimensional picture of a mountain village is displayed in front of you, and the wooden houses with red lanterns are scattered in a patchwork. Built against the mountain, the shape is exquisite and translucent, undulating with the mountain, disordered but natural. The entire mountain village is as calm as a stream of clear water, and as quiet and elegant as an ink painting from the Tang and Song Dynasties."
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