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Chama Ancient Path Scenic Area

Chama Ancient Path Scenic AreaNearby City

4.4/591 Reviews
Ancient Trail
Located in Anhua County, Yiyang City, Hunan Province, Chama Ancient Path Scenic Area preserves the local customs in the canyons and high mountains of the landscape. It is a scenic area with rivers and mountains and historical culture. Here, visitors can enjoy horseback riding and sightseeing. They can also explore the historical site of caravan culture. There are beautiful trees, clear creeks, steep mountains and deep valleys, featuring "magnificence, exoticism, beauty and tranquility."
Former Residence of Mao Zedong

Former Residence of Mao ZedongNearby City

4.5/5964 Reviews
Famous Residences
8:00-17:00 (Local time)
Mao Zedong's former residence is located in Shaoshan, Hunan Province. The U-shaped building was shared by two families. As one of Hunan's top destinations, the building attracts a large number of tourists. Visitors can see the bedroom, study, and other rooms where Chairman Mao spent his childhood.
Shaodong Hongqiao Ancient Village

Shaodong Hongqiao Ancient VillageNearby City

4.8/55 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Open all day (Local time)
Former Residence of Zeng Guofan

Former Residence of Zeng GuofanNearby City

4.6/5301 Reviews
Famous Residences
8:30-17:30 (Local time)
Former Residence of Zeng Guofan is located in Shuangfeng County, Loudi. Its representative buildings include Fuhou Pavilion, Baiyu Pavilion, Dafudi, Huangjin Pavilion, Qiujin Former Residence, and Cai Chang's former residence Guangjia Pavilion. Among these, Fuhou Pavilion is the central scenic area and also called Yiyonghoudi; it is also one of the few remaining "Mingjian Houfu" in China. Fuhou Pavilion was built in the fourth year of the reign of Emperor Dongzhi during the Qing Dynasty. Its construction used soil, rocks, bricks, and wood; its architecture is one that utilizes winding corridors. There are three buildings that store books in Fuhou Pavilion, and they are the essence of Fuhou Pavilion. There are about 300,000 books of various genres, and it is one of the biggest private book collection building in in modern China.
CAI's Former Residence

CAI's Former ResidenceNearby City

4.7/515 Reviews
Famous Residences
Shaoyanghou Ancient City

Shaoyanghou Ancient CityNearby City

4/56 Reviews
Historical Site

YinjiatangNearby City

5/52 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Historical Site
Luoshengjiao Former Residence

Luoshengjiao Former ResidenceNearby City

5/51 Reviews
Famous Residences
Taohuayuan (“Peach Blossom Land”)

Taohuayuan (“Peach Blossom Land”)Nearby City

4.3/5599 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Located in Changde, Hunan, Taohuayuan is the otherworldly paradise described by 5th-century author Tao Yuanming in The Peach Blossom Spring. The Yuan River flows in the foreground with the Wuling peaks rolling off into the distance. In between, ancient trees stretch skyward and clear streams flow. A Peach Blossom Festival is held here every spring, when the area is covered with peach blossoms that float around and land on the lush grass. Walking into Taohuayuan is like walking into an exquisite scroll painting.
Former Residence of Liu Shaoqi

Former Residence of Liu ShaoqiNearby City

4.4/5229 Reviews
Famous Residences
December - February of the following year: 9:00-17:00, March-November: 8:00-17:30, of which July and August 8:00-18:00 (Local time)
The previous residence of Liu Shaoqi is situated in the picturesque area of Huaminglou. This residence is constructed with a civil-structured courtyard house. It also comprises of a pond and the house is enclosed by a forest. The yard consists of many masonry rooms. There are a number of farming equipment rooms, pig house, roasting fire house and so on. There are study rooms in which children could read. The Liu Shaoqi Memorial Hall is constructed in Bei Chongweitang, closer to the former residence of Liu Shaoqi. The museum exhibits a number of cultural relics which comprises of books and some daily necessities that Liu Shaoqi has used before.