Yongchang Fort, built in 1558, is located in Yongzhong Street, Longwan District, Wenzhou City. Many bridges were built in the Ming Dynasty and are well preserved, and the city walls were also built in the Ming Dynasty. Wadang is of great historical value. It has the characteristics of a water town in the south of the Yangtze River, as well as the shadow of coastal fisherman culture. Due to the construction of a modern city, this place seems a bit embarrassing.
Yongchang Fort, Ming Castle, commonly known as Xincheng. It was built in 1558 (the 37th year of Jiajing in Ming Dynasty). Located in Yongzhong Street, Longwan District, Wenzhou City. In the Ming Dynasty, the coast of Wenzhou was invaded by Japanese pirates, and Wang Pei and Wang De's nephew, the leader of Yongqiang Anti-Japanese War, died. Wang Shuguo and Shugao brothers, Wang Pei's nephew, initiated the construction of this fort to fight against the Japanese.
Quiet and simple ancient village, with small bridges and flowing water. Although the construction and development has not yet been particularly complete, it already has the atmosphere of an ancient alley. It's still very tasty when you walk in your free time
Appreciate local customs and traditions, and the state focuses on protecting historical relics.
Yongchang Fort is getting more and more beautiful, and it is still far behind Wuzhen. There are too many vehicles and too many modern houses. Most of the old houses have not been built, and the grass is too long.
The ancient city left over during the Anti-Japanese War has a certain commemorative value and also has many stories