Nowadays, strolling in the eight squares of Bafang, one building after another, is like a picture that slowly unfolds, and you can enjoy it in a beautiful way. Some scenery, can not help but want to get close contact; some history, can not help but want to touch.
The pace of life here is quiet and pleasant. Both men, women and children seem to have less stress in life, and the main task of their life seems to be to enjoy the good times of the moment.
Linxia is called Hezhou, and the Hui people in Linxia City are also called Bafang People. Baifang and Hezhou have become another name for Linxia. The eight squares of Bafang are the national customs of Hezhou. Ancient street area. From the Yuan Dynasty to the present, eight churches and thirteen streets and lanes have been formed around eight mosques, so it is called "eight squares and thirteen lanes."
Baifang 13th Lane combines Hui brick carving, Han wood carving, Tibetan painting, integrating national characteristics, leisure tourism, green ecology and humanities education. It is a business card of Hezhou national folk culture and also a national architectural art. Grand View Garden".
Bafang Residences are characterized by small quadrangle courtyards surrounded by four sides and symmetrically enclosed. In general, the residents of the people live in small single-family homes. There are four-in-one, three-in-one, and two-in-one. Only a few wealthy people have built a courtyard, a car or a hospital.
Bafang 13th Lane is a national AAAA level scenic spot, located in Linxia City, the capital of Linxia Hui Autonomous Prefecture, Gansu Province. Linxia was called Hezhou in ancient times. People who know Hezhou will also know that the Hui people in Linxia City are also called "Bafang people." Baifang and Hezhou have become another name for Linxia, and the Eighth and 13th Lane of Bafang is the ancient street area of Hezhou ethnic customs. Since the Tang Dynasty, eight churches and thirteen streets and alleys have been formed around eight mosques, so it is called "eight squares and thirteen lanes." It combines Hui brick carving, Han wood carving, Tibetan painting, integrating ethnic characteristics, leisure tourism, green ecology, humanities and sciences, and presents a picture of Muslim life. It is a business card of Hezhou national folk culture and a national architectural art Grand View Garden.