Learn about the history of the Sui and Tang Grand Canal, the scenic environment is good, convenient transportation, is a good place to take a leisurely walk to relieve the pressure.
In fact, many people don't know or don't realize. The Grand Canal is also an intangible cultural heritage. I remember the earliest claim was with the Great Wall. Because it is still used, and too long. With the help of experts, I remember that in the last few years, the old people, known as the Canal, wrote letters to 18 mayors along the canal, which led to a massive census in 2005.
I went to see lavender in June. It is indeed a large grassland. There are not many people. Rent a two-person bicycle and walk around the park. It is suitable for walking and wandering. I hope Huaibei tourism can develop and attract more foreign tourists.
They are all free attractions and cost-effective. The ticket museum proves that we have a more perceptual understanding of the Chinese stock market. The Folk Museum has a deeper experience of the local customs and customs. Since then, the charm of Jiangnan's water village has become stronger.
The relics of the Sui and Tang Grand Canal in Liuzi, Huaibei, Anhui, reveal an area of 900 square meters. On the south side of the old road of the Grand Canal, eight sunken ships of the Tang Dynasty and a stone building dock in the Song Dynasty were found. Three shipwrecks were excavated in 1999. Shipwreck No. 1 is a wooden structure with a rectangular plan. The bottom and stern are well preserved, and the rudder is intact. There are 3 grids on the crossbeam of the tail cabin, which can be changed by placing the tiller. Ship No. 2 is a canoe carved out of a large wood. Ship No. 3 has only half of the side board and a section of bottom plate connected to it. This is the first time that so many sunken ships have been found in the canal. The stone building wharf is located on the south side of the canal and is built along the river course. It is a rectangular three-dimensional building with rammed earth embankments on the east and west sides. It is a freight wharf. This is the first discovery of the ruins of the Grand Canal in my country's Sui and Tang Dynasties. Liuzi Town was an important town on the shore of Tongji Canal in the Sui, Tang, and Song Dynasties. The excavation proved that Liuzi Town is not only a transit terminal for transportation of water, but also a great place for business travel. A large number of exquisite porcelains from 8 dynasties and more than 20 kilns from the Tang and Song dynasties have been excavated and are particularly precious. The utensils are well-preserved and have various shapes, and many of them are exquisite. In particular, the discovery of Liao Dynasty porcelain in the Huaibei Canal has a certain significance for the study of Song and Yuan traffic at that time.
Many people like to mix the Sui and Tang Grand Canal and the Beijing and Hangzhou Grand Canal, Sui and Tang Canal is mainly opened by Emperor Sui, with Luoyang as the node, north to Beijing South to Hangzhou. Beijing and Hangzhou is Kublailie, from Beijing, through Tongzhou, Jining, Zaozhuang, Hangzhou. More than 700 kilometers shorter than Sui and Tang.
Preston_Dominguez: Liuzi Canal Site in Suixi County, Huaibei City (North of Provincial Highway 303)
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Liuzi Suitang Dayunhe Matou Ruins,Liuzi Lavender Garden,Songyunhe Matou Ruins