#: Li Bai's Taohuatan, poetic staying place # left the famous saying "Peach Blossom Pond is a thousand feet deep, not as good as Wang Lun."
Taohuatan Scenic Spot is located in Xuancheng County, Anhui Province, and Taohuatan Poetry Painting and Landscape Hotel is located in Taohuatan Scenic Area.
Li Bai's famous sentence originated from "Gift Wang Lun". This poem is a gift of poem by Li Bai in the county of Anhui Province, which is now in the southern part of Anhui Province.
Peach Blossom Lake, the mountains and rivers are beautiful, and the Huizhou folk houses are hidden between layers of greenery.
Feige dangerous building is looming, like the Penglai fairyland, and suspected Wuling people.
Walk in the distance, away from the hustle and bustle, enjoy the relaxed and leisurely.
Taotan smoke waves make people intoxicated, Taolin spring color makes people nostalgic.
Pushing the morning fog, the beautiful scenery of Taohuatan is in sight. Sleeping in the water, indulge in the tranquility and serenity of the soul home.
Visiting Li Huashi's Taohuatan
"Peach Blossom Pond is a thousand feet deep, not as good as Wang Lun sent me", because Li Bai is the first eternal singer, let me make a special trip to visit Taohuatan. Entering the scenic spot, the first to see the antique original ancient town. The vicissitudes of the house, the porch, the cobblestone paved road, the simple villagers living in it, the cute puppy. Everything is so quiet, laid-back, and people like it. After crossing the street, I finally arrived at Taohuatan. It turned out to be a section of the Qingyi River. The river water washed out a river bay here, with a wide water surface and a smooth flow. Because there were several peach trees on the shore in ancient times, it was named Taohuatan. The pool is clear, the egrets are flying in the river, and there are women washing clothes on the riverside. This scene is suspected to be through time and space, and back to ancient times, it is very amazing.
Taohuatan, the “Peach Blossom Pool,” is located in Taohuatan, known in ancient times as Nanyang Town. Taohuatan is actually a section of the Qingyi River. The villages of Chen and Wan face each other across the lake on its east and west banks respectively. Although these ancient towns of Hui-style architecture are not exactly exquisite, they offer a sort of beauty in showing the effects of the passage of time. The old streets are paved in uneven cobblestone, and the walls on each side are motley-colored. As soon as you cross to the end of the narrow old street, the sudden opening up and view of the clear pool is a lovely surprise.