The Kang Million Manor, one of China's three major manors, is a large estate whose history bridges the Chinese Ming, Qing and Republic eras. It has been called the spiritual home of Henan and a model of Central Plains architecture. The entire estate consists of 19 distinct sections, covering a massive area, however some sections are currently not open to the public. The architecture of the Kang Million Estate displays a unique style, showcasing multiple facets of Chinese traditional culture. The sculptures on the property are also quite beautiful, and visitors have admired them for many years running.