Guo Zizhen was a pioneer of the Qing Dynasty thinkers, poets, writers and reformists. His memorial hall was located in Xiaomi Park, No. 6 Mapo Lane, East of Hangzhou City, covering an area of more than 600 square meters, opened in 1990. The main body of the memorial hall is a two-story building in the Qing Dynasty, with five rooms on the upper and lower sides, and an ear room. Inside, there are some pictures and text of Guo Zizhen's life, chronology of events, historical materials, Guo's yearbook, poetry selection and later research collections. The small bridges in the courtyard, the rockery pavilions, under the background of flowers and trees, rich in classical garden features.
Well worth the free attraction to see, near Hangzhou station, giving a detailed history of Zou Zizhen's life
Because I have read Gong Zizhen's works, I like it very much, so when I was walking around Jiefang Road, I made a special turn to visit. It is absolutely unpopular scenic spot. Compared with Gong Zizhen, maybe his son's name in China will be known by more people.
After the holidays, you can take the children to visit.
I persuade Tiangong to vigorously and eclectically cast down talents! As a literati in the Qing Dynasty, Mr. Gong Zizhen confided his frustration in politics at that time
There are many celebrities’ former residences in Hangzhou, so it’s worth visiting, although not so good
Preston_Dominguez: No.16 Jiefang Road, Shangcheng District, Hangzhou 310009, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Hefang Street Sceneic Area,Qinghefang Street,Orioles Singing in the Willows,Southern Song Imperial Street,Hu Xueyan's Former Residence