Cun clan clan ancestral temple also called Cunjia ancestral hall, located in Heshun ancient town, Tengchong County, Yunnan Province, is the landmark building of Heshun ancient town, is the symbol of Tengchong clan clan. From the inside to the outside, there are shoden, cherry blossoms, gardens, guest halls, halls, two gates, and gates, and there are two stone platforms outside the gate, and the rinmon platform is 175cm above the gozen Dori street, and there are stone sticks on the left and right sides, and there are two stone buckets on each tree (seiko Otome is a stone of inch Kaitai).
Cun clan clan ancestral temple also called Cunjia ancestral hall, located in Heshun ancient town, Tengchong County, Yunnan Province, is the landmark building of Heshun ancient town, is the symbol of Tengchong clan clan. From inside to outside, there are main hall, Xiang Xiang, garden, guest hall, hall, two doors, gate, outside the gate there are two stone platform, Linmen platform is 175 centimeters above the township front, left on both sides of the stone pole, each pole has two stone bucket. Outside the Tongyu, there is a larger platform, in front of a pond, the horizon is open, the scenery is infinite.
The surname Cun is a common surname in Tengchong and Heshun (I also heard of this surname for the first time here). The Cun's Ancestral Hall is the most representative in Heshun, especially the rococo-style gate, which combines Chinese and Western styles and is very distinctive. It's a bit of a humiliation to visit inside. It turns out that there are jade sellers inside. What would the ancestors think if they knew that the family ancestral hall was built like this?
The materials and shapes used by the Doc Ancestral Hall of the Doc Ancestral Hall are all original and unique, typical of South Asia, with full western style and a classic work of Chinese and foreign harmony
Well worth a visit, the environment is great
It is said that Heshun Ancient Town in Tengchong has eight surnames, and each family has an ancestral home. But the Cun clan's ancestral hall is away from the gate of Heshun, and it is beautifully repaired. It is specially matched with a caravan passing 📷 "click", which does not have the charm of South Silk Road! The Cunjia ancestral hall is free to visit, and it is now rented out to buy and sell jade. From the inside to the outside, there are the main hall, wing building, garden, guest hall, hall, two doors, and gates. There are two layers of stone platforms outside the gates. The Linmen platform is 1.75 meters above the village front thoroughfare. There are stone markers on both sides. , There are two stone buckets on each pole (built by Cun Kaitai, a Jinshi of Yiweike of the Qing Dynasty). There is a larger platform outside the thoroughfare, with a lotus pond and a pond in front of it. The gate of the Cun's Ancestral Hall is South Asian style, very beautiful! It is said that it was built during the Jiajing period of the Ming Dynasty. In 1935, a scholar of Tongzhi in the Qing Dynasty, Cun Xingyi, the chief of the Cun clan, presided over the reconstruction of the new gate of the Cun clan's ancestral hall. The two stone lions in front of the door were donated by the Chinese Cun clan in Myanmar in the 21st century. The Cun family lived in Ba County, Chongqing Prefecture. During the Hongwu period of the Ming Dynasty, the Cun family was ordered to travel south to Yunnan and accompanied the army to Yongchang (Baoshan) and Tengyue (Tengchong) to defend the Qianhusho.
Preston_Dominguez: Within Heshun Town, Tengchong County, Baoshan City
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Heshun Ancient Town,Dianmian Anti-Japan War Museum,Aisiqi Memorial Hall,Sohoton Natural Bridge,Heshun Library