The Zuiweng Pavilion is located at the foot of Langya Mountain, to the southwest of Chuzhou City, Anhui Province. The Zuiweng Pavilion, Beijing Taoran Pavilion, Changsha Aiwan Pavilion, and Hangzhou Huxin Pavilion are collectively known as the "Four Distinguished Pavilions in China." The Zuiweng Pavilion is small and exquisite, with Jiangnan pavilion characteristics. It is close to the steep mountain wall, with cornices reaching toward the sky. It has experienced several hundred years of damage, repair, and reconstruction, and was listed as a provincial key protection unit of cultural relics after the Liberation.