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Nanjing
Nanjing
Located in Zhangzhou City in Fujian Province, Nanjing is the home of the UNESCO World Heritage Site “Home of Fujian Tulou.” Nanjing has a long history and was known as Lanshui County in ancient times. There are more than 30,000 Overseas Chinese from Nanjing, and it is the key Overseas Chinese hometown in Zhangzhou and one of the ancestral homes of people in Taiwan. Nanjing has beautiful mountains and rivers, and is rich in culture. Century-old banyan trees and magical Fujian Tulou give a deeply charming feeling.
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Yunshuiyao Ancient Town
4.4/5
4,776 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Yunshuiyao Ancient Town is an ancient village with a long history, containing World Heritage sites Hegui Tower and Huaiyuan Tower, as well as thousand year old banyan trees and ancient roads. On the bank of the creek, there is a spectacular grove of 13000 years old banyan trees, one of which has a canopy covering over 1933 square meters and branches over 30 meters long. With a trunk taking 10 adults to encircle, it is one of the highlights of the village. By the old road, there is a row of old two storey brick and wood houses, and a market with several hundred years of history. The film "The Knot", starring Chen Kun, Vivian Hsu and Li Bingbing was filmed here.
Tianluokeng Tulou Cluster
4.5/5
2,198 Reviews
Village
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
The Tianluokeng Tulou Cluster is one of Fujian's landmarks. Its unique pattern (3 round earth buildings surrounding one oval shaped building) has earned the nickname "four dishes and one soup". These earth buildings are shaped like beautiful plum blossoms. As you move down the mountain path, the changing viewing angle seems to make the earthen buildings magically change shape as well. The round and square buildings appear and reappar as you follow the path. When you get to the bottom of the road, lift your head and look up. The tall towers look splendid in the sunshine. It's a great place to take pictures.
Yunshuiyu Scenic Area
4.4/5
976 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
The Yunshuiyao Scenic Area is located in Zhangzhou City, Fujian Province. It is a part of the Nanjing Earth Buildings, and is the location where "Yunshuiyao" was filmed. The scenic area includes three different scenic spots: Old Town Yunshuiyao, the Hegui Building, and the Huaiyuan Building. The three scenic spots run long a small river in Changjiao Town, the middle is Yunshuiyao Ancient Village. You'll find Huaiyuan Building at the northern head of the river, and Hegui at the southern end.
Huaiyuan Building
4.5/5
331 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Huaiyuan Building is a double-ring circular earth building with exquisite construction and good protection. Huaiyuan Building is the second ring building. The architect is the architect of Zhencheng Building. The design of the building is quite neat and characteristic. There is a taiji pattern lined with cobblestones in front of the building. The earth building and the village are surrounded by paddy fields and tea hills, a peaceful pastoral map.

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Oct 24, 2020
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Oct 24, 2020 Nanjing Weather:Overcast, Northeasterly Wind:0-10 kph, Humidity:42%, Sunrise/Sunset:06:13/17:36
Nanjing Travel:Suitable, Umbrella:Not Required, UV Strength:Low

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Here are the best places to visit in Nanjing, including: Yunshuiyu Scenic Area, Tianluokeng Tulou Cluster, Huaiyuan Building, Hegui Building, Shuhai Waterfall.
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