Qiankou Residence, also known as Zixia Villa, is located at the southern foot of Zixia Peak, Qiankou Town, Huizhou District, Huangshan City. Qiankou folk house is a Huizhou building complex of the traditional houses of Ming Dynasty in Huizhou. On a small hill, there are various styles of ancient houses, such as cave houses, mansions, small bridges, pavilions, and archways.
A free viewing spot, but it is a 5A-level scenic spot, a national key cultural relics protection unit, and the ancient buildings are very beautiful. You can take a closer look when you have time.
It just happened that some places were under construction, and I couldn't see all of them.
Qiankou Private House A 5A scenic spot is actually free. I heard that it is not charged because it is managed by the Tourism Bureau. The parking fee is 10 yuan. It is divided into two parts, the place is not big, most of the houses are empty, and the ones that are not empty are all selling things. You can stop by the ancient village of Xixinan when you come to Qiankou.
Qiankou Residence does not require tickets and is a 5A-level scenic spot. Qiankou residences are demolished, restored, and protected collectively. The most typical residences in the Ming and Qing dynasties are gathered here. There are a total of 2 scenic spots in Qiankou Private Residence, which are not large in scale, but they are worth seeing. It seems that the traffic is inconvenient, except for self-driving.
The scenic area of Qiankou Private Residence is very small, no tickets are required, and it takes less than an hour to visit with an ID card. The Qiankou Residence, also known as "Zixia Villa", adopts the method of demolishing the original building. Ten typical Ming dynasty buildings scattered throughout the ancient Huizhou are concentrated in one place, with pavilions, bridges, buildings, pavilions, halls and internal furnishings. The houses in Qiankou include ancient stage, Chengbenpeitang, rent collection house, Wanshengji, Guyitang, Yirentang, Chengrentang, Qingyuan and other buildings. Qiankou folk house is known as the Ming Dynasty folk house architecture museum, and it is a precious example of studying the history of Chinese architecture.
The 5A-level scenic spots, the national key cultural relics protection units, all go around for about an hour and a half. Blessed are friends who love ancient architecture. The entire scenic area is composed of Ming Garden and Qing Garden. Ming Garden is filled with ancient buildings from the Ming Dynasty, and Qing Garden is filled with ancient buildings from the Qing Dynasty. It is worth mentioning that these buildings are not only rich in courtyards with several entrances and exits. There are also ordinary farmers’ houses, which can more comprehensively reflect the living environment at that time, which can be called a treasure house of ancient Huizhou dwellings. It’s a pity that we can only see the buildings, and there is almost no furniture in the houses. We can’t feel the life scenes of the people in Huizhou in ancient times. In addition, there are shops selling tourist souvenirs in almost every house. Place it.
Preston_Dominguez: Qiankou Village, Qiankou Town, Huizhou District, Huangshan City
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