The Tulou has not been repaired yet. The Tulou was awarded the "Best in the Great World in Guinness" (the best in China) certificate by the Shanghai Great World Guinness Headquarters. With mountains and waters on its back, magnificent, it has the reputation of "king of kings".
Yudelou and Shunchanglou are located on the two sides of the river.
The most popular tulou skewers in Nanjing and Longyan are various tulou. The key issue is that these tulou have their own characteristics in many places and their styles are different. Connect each building to live for one day, this is the purpose of my trip. The huge-Tianluokeng Tulou Group Tianluokeng Tulou Group is an earth building with ages. I heard that people here will continue to build one next to it only if they can't live in the original tulou. Therefore, it can be called a group of earth buildings. Looking at the rectangular one in the middle, I guess it should be the main building of this group of buildings. With its four corners, there are four other circular earth buildings spreading around. The tulou is not very high, but I walked around the five buildings and found that it took me fifteen minutes. Reminder: Tickets: Free. Opening hours: The whole day looks like a normal cave dwelling-Yude Building. Yude Building has a completely different look from other ancient buildings. This building is round with one side high and the other low. I like the low side, although the wall is not like the high part made of pieces of wood. It's the kind of paint. But standing at the door here gives people the feeling of being in a cave. The only difference is that the walls here are painted very white, which is in sharp contrast with the tall gray wood next to it. Reminder: Tickets: Free Opening Hours: All day Huaiyuan Building is bigger than people's cobblestone-Huaiyuan Building How to see Huaiyuan Building up close, the baby still has that little worry in his heart. The outer walls of this building are actually rammed out with mud. It's still raining for so many years, it's amazing. Under this building, a lot of soft cobblestones are used to lay it down. It looks beautiful. No, this soft cobblestone seems to be a bit big, and some are actually bigger than my body. The grandmother who sits at the door and wears the local ethnic clothes to bask in the sun also adds that touch to the small building. Reminder: Tickets: Free. Opening hours: All day long. I mistakenly think of "tires". When I look down from the mountain, I pointed to the "tires" below and told my friends that your car tires can actually be on the mountain. see. Then, just to see that they were laughing a little crazy... My friend pointed to the "tire" below and told me that it was the Yongding Tulou. Well, the black top and the earthy yellow that blends into the ground will definitely think of it with the tires. I walked down the mountain and stood in front of the earth building, looking at the many small holes in the yellow earth-colored wall, my friend told me that it was a window, and I was a little dizzy after counting the circle. Damn! There are too many windows. Reminder: Tickets: Free Opening Hours: The whole sky looks like a doll-Gaobei Tulou Group came to Gaobei Tulou Group and found that the Tulou also has the shape of a doll. The tulou here looks like a normal tulou from the outside, with yellow walls and black roofs. But when I walked inside, I found something obviously wrong. Why did you just walk through a row of buildings and mumble in the open space? Why is it a wall again, just like the outside. When I walked in, I saw another row of houses, so I walked about three floors. Finally it's the innermost place, inside it is actually a big round room. Reminder: Tickets: Free Opening Hours: All days Tianluokeng Tulou Group uses huge to describe it. Actually I don’t think it is too good, but I really can’t think of anything to describe it; half of Yude Building makes people feel the cave dwelling Life; Gaobei Tulou Group can actually use matryoshka on the upper floor, praise...
Nanjing feels the place to breathe while watching TV a few days ago, I actually discovered that there are many old earth buildings in Nanjing, and each building has its own unique story. Take these stories with your bags and go there for a walk, and listen to the years of grandpa and grandma when they were young. Colorful boats-Yunshuiyao Ancient Town This is an ancient town built along the river bank. It has a nice name, called Yunshuiyao Ancient Town. The houses in the small town can be said to be very old, with earth-yellow mud walls and black roofs. The strongest color here is the colorful boats in the creek. Walking up the river bank, a big windmill creaked in the wide part of the river ahead. The windmill is a wooden structure house, and the wooden blocks on it are already gray-black after time has passed. Reminder: Tickets: Free Opening Hours: All-day Geometric Patterns-Tianluokeng Tulou Group Looking down from the mountain, Tianluokeng Tulou Group is like a geometric pattern built by nature standing in the mountain col. The earth-yellow circle and the rectangle bring an alternative beauty to the mountain, and the black roof shows its vitality. Entering the Drum Tower Group, I found that the buildings here are all made of yellow wooden boards. Gives a very simple feeling. A pair of red lanterns are hung in every section, which makes people feel very festive. The people under the lanterns are framed with red couplets, which are very beautiful. Reminder: Tickets: Free. Opening hours: Taxia Village, a small village with sword pillars all day long. Taxia Village is the kind of building built with mountains as steps. In this song building complex, the main color is black and white. In fact, what I like most is the roof of the entire building. The clever roof looks like a big ingot covering the floors. On the small road leading to the village, there are many pillars that don't know what to open. The pillar feels like a sword out of its sheath. The road here is made of bluestone slabs. The stones on the entire pavement give people a messy yet elegant beauty. Reminder: Tickets: Free. Opening hours: All day with your own totem-Huaiyuan Building attracted the attention of the two red lanterns on the door before reaching Huaiyuan Building. This small building is a very independent building , Only the green crops accompany it next to it, so its khaki looks very different here. When I walked to the door, it looked like a door that had just been painted white, and it also made it different from other earth buildings. On the white door corner, the blue lines make people feel like the totem of this small building. When I went in and took a look, I found that hundreds of families can live here, which is spectacular. Reminder: Tickets: Free. Opening hours: All day long-Yude Building is the kind of place to take nostalgic and old photos. Look at the middle of the small round building. Many of the fences beside the door have been imprinted deeply in the precipitation of the years. Every household here has a custom, which is to put a red couplet on the door. The red couplet on the old door is a joy. In one corner of the yard, I actually saw an antique vanity table, which was carved out of a whole piece of blue-gray stone. The rusty stains on the upper water pipe show its unknown annual rings. Reminder: Tickets: Free Opening Hours: All day, colorful boats on the riverside in Yunshuiyao Ancient Town; Tianluokeng Tulou with several geometric patterns; like the Shizhu Taxia Village with a sheathed sword, everywhere It's like aged red wine, waiting for us to taste slowly.
Yude Building is now very famous. He has an nickname called Weiqun Building. Why is this? … I only found out when I walked into Yude Building that it was different from other earth buildings. Only half of it had rooms. An old man living in the building told me that Yude Building was also a circular earth building back then. The room burned down, and there was this unique apron building. Next to Yude Building is Qingguang Building, a square-shaped earth building. The earth buildings were all square at first, and later evolved into various shapes such as round, oval, pentagonal, and hexagonal.