This is also because of the accident, because the night stay in Pazhou temporarily asked the mother to ask, and seeing the Huangpu ancient village not far from the distance seems to be a bit of a look, they will be happy to go. I accidentally bumped into the commercial street from the residential area, but I saw the living old and wide.
The Huangpu Ancient Lane is far from the hustle and bustle of the city. There is a rare tranquility here.
People who fish and farm, and students who draw pictures, especially like to come here to hang out.
The maritime Silk Road communicates with the East and West. It is a road to wealth, and it has created a group of prosperous ancient villages. The Huangpu Ancient Port in Shiji Village in southeastern Guangzhou is one of the villages. This village was originally called Fengpu Village. It is said that the Chinese language of foreigners at that time was not standard, and it was said to be "Huangpu". After a long time, the real name was changed, but few people knew that Fengpu Village became a village of Huangpu.
It is said that the name of Huangpu Village has also affected the naming of Shanghai Huangpu River.
Since the Song Dynasty, Huangpu Village was the place where merchant ships gathered at sea. The Ming Dynasty and the Qing Dynasty became important export ports for China. At the end of the Qing Dynasty, the customs were closed, and the customs in Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Fujian were revoked. Only Guangdong Customs was retained. Huangpu Ancient Port became the only foreign trade port in China at that time. At that time, there were tax museums, ruling offices, and buying houses in Huangpu Village. Foreign merchant ships had to declare here, and the ancient villages showed a thriving scene.
At the end of the Qing Dynasty, due to the narrowing of the river channel, Huangpu Port was forced to move to Changzhou Island, and the Huangpu Ancient Port slowly declined. The former prosperity became the silence of today.
The current Huangpu Ancient Port is a combination of old and new villages. There are traditional Lingnan courtyard-style houses, which have a variety of luxurious atmosphere.
Stone Street connects the various ancestral halls and old houses of Huangpu Ancient Port. You can experience the ancient and unique Lingnan culture along Slate Street. If you want to know the history of modern Chinese business development, Huangpu Ancient Port is worth a visit!
As one of the most famous metropolises in China, Guangzhou is full of high-rise buildings and has a fast pace of life. The history of this city is China's most important foreign trade port city. Especially in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, it has been the only foreign trade window for more than 80 years.
There are also some ancient villages in the downtown area of Guangzhou, which is very historical. Huangpu Ancient Port is located in Shiji Village, Haizhu District. This port has witnessed the prosperity of Guangzhou as a trading port of the Maritime Silk Road. Now it has become a free and open tourist attraction.
Since the Song Dynasty, the maritime Silk Road has risen, and the status of this village has gradually become more important. In the Southern Song Dynasty, this place was already the place where the sea ships gathered. The Huangpu Ancient Port area is divided into four functional areas, namely the Memorial Display Area, the Gugang Park Area, the Plank Road Dining Area and the Murata Square Area.
According to the "Huangpu Port History", during the 80 years from the 23rd year of Emperor Qianlong (1758) to the 17th year of Daoguang (1837), there were 5,107 foreign merchant ships moored in Huangpu Ancient Port. In the 22nd year of Qianlong (1757), the Qing government withdrew the customs of Jiang, Zhejiang and Anhui, retained the customs of Guangdong, and designated Guangzhou as the only foreign trade port for more than 80 years. During the period, the Huangpu Ancient Port developed rapidly. There are Huangpu Taxation Hall, Yiwu Office, and the Buying House. Foreign merchant ships must declare here.
Huangpu Ancient Port can be found within Huangpu Villiage. The port was reconstructed because of a visit by the antique merchant ship Gotenburg in Sweden in 2006. One interesting fact about both the Huangpu Ancient Port and the Nanhai Temple is that they are considered to be the birthplace of the ancient Maritime Silk Road. The restoration of the Huangpu Ancient Port Exhibition Hall focused on the foundation of the village's Liang Liang's ancestral hall. In the nearby Dongii Village which is part of Shiji Village you will find merchants selling the local specialties to try as well as a variety of other snacks.