Sanshanjie Station of Metro Line 1 is very close, and there is also a toll parking lot. Ticket is 20 yuan (park annual card is available). Founded in the Jiaqing period of the Qing Dynasty, commonly known as "99 rooms and a half", it is the largest private residence in China. Ganxi was a famous scholar in the late Qing Dynasty. He had many works. He visited Wu and Yue with his father Ganfu. He collected more than 100,000 books and built a library called Tianjin Gathering Building. The Gan family is good at Beijing-Kunming art and has set up a study club. They have a lot of experience in Beijing Opera, Kunqu Opera and Guqin. Yan Fengying, an artist of Huangmei Opera, is also the daughter-in-law of the Gan family. Ganxi's former residence is said to be ninety-nine and a half rooms, in fact, there are 162 rooms, only nine for the maximum number of sunshine and auspicious, after nine to ten, it began to go downhill, so since ancient times there has been a "Nine-Five Dignity" saying. Therefore, this half represents modesty less than one hundred times, and the satisfaction of reaching the goal in only half a step. Ganxi's former residence is not a Hui-style building, nor a complete Soviet-style building. It has its own architectural style like Gaochun and Liuhe in Nanjing. For example, the gate building is simple and elegant, and the firewall is very tall and practical. The whole building reflects the cultural taste and ethics of the gentry class in Jinling. The layout is rigorous and symmetrical, with distinct primary and secondary, high and low edges, high and low front and low back, gradual and step by step to the climax. The open spaces on the main axis are slightly larger than those on both sides, and the entrance of the whole house is in the middle of the main axis. All kinds of rooms arranged along the vertical and deep axes are arranged in sequence as follows: - "one enters the hall, two enters the car hall, three enters the main hall, four, five enters the inner hall, etc. The layout of the building is strictly in accordance with the patriarchal concept and family system of the feudal society. It pays attention to the full house of descendants and generations. As a result, the size of the house is huge, the grade is strict, the location, decoration, area and shape of all kinds of houses have unified hierarchical regulations. Now the former residence has become a scenic spot, specializing in the development of traditional crafts in Jinling. At the weekend, old artists show the production process on the spot and sell their works at the same time. Today, there are only three masters in the snow, but the works can still be visited by you. There is a Gold Foil Museum in the left-hand mansion. Although we know the birthplace of gold foil in Nanjing, we haven't had a thorough understanding of it. Looking at it systematically, it's a good idea to have more knowledge. Teahouse, confirm that every Saturday, Sunday 14:30 p.m. have performances, order a cup of tea to sit and watch, perfect miss today, must come to watch the Tianjin arrest building destroyed by the Qing Army and the Taiping Army in another day, 160,000 books lost more than half, and then stolen, now downstairs for contemporary reconstruction, but empty pavilions, ancient books have disappeared.
Ganxi residence is located in Qinhuai District of Nanjing, also known as Ganxi's former residence or Ganjia compound, with admission tickets of 20 yuan. It is the largest private residence in China. It is also known as the three major landscapes of Nanjing Ming and Qing Dynasties, together with the Xiaoling Tomb of Ming Dynasty and the wall of Ming Dynasty. It is the largest and most complete private residence in Nanjing and the location of Nanjing Folklore Museum. Only by visiting here personally can we really appreciate the elegance and delicacy of traditional residential buildings. Because there is no obvious sign on the road in a small lane, we need to look for it carefully and patiently. There is a small courtyard with the style of Jiangnan gardens, that is, the Jin Gai Building is very famous. In addition, Yougong Hall, Yan Fengying's old residence and so on are worth visiting in detail.
Nanjing's most famous residence in the south of the Yangtze River is mainly the history of the Gan family in Nanjing, known as 99 and a half, whose family celebrities have sprung up for a long time. On the other hand, it is a folk museum in Nanjing, which has profound cultural connotations. There are also exhibition centers of Nanjing's non-heritage cultural heritage, such as Nanjing Yunjin, Jinling embroidery and so on, which can be feasted on. Unfortunately, the number of people is relatively small and the popularity is not high, but it is definitely one of the most worthwhile places in Nanjing.
It's great to find such a quiet scenic spot in the city during the golden week of the Spring Festival. The garden scenery with snow scenery is so beautiful. Many small courtyards are also made by hand. The children like it very much. They actually spent a day shopping. There are free folk performances with Nanjing characteristics at 2:30 p.m. It's really great.
Ganxi Courtyard is very close to where to stay. It opened at 9:00 a.m. and went to the exhibition. It introduced the outstanding descendants of Gan's family. It was known that there were so many books in his family. Talents in modern times, especially those who like to set up booths for craftsmen, highlighted the local characteristics. Some of the booths that might have come earlier had not been displayed yet. But I still want to praise the original works and admire these artists!
Ganxi residence, also known as Ganjia courtyard, folk called 99 halves, although there is no superficial prosperous scenery, but went to a very high posture, belonging to folk customs, intangible cultural museums, a kind of scenic spots, a deep cultural heritage, [strong], after visiting a kind of inexplicable sentiment, many intangible cultures have become increasingly distant from the times, the younger generation...
At the junction of Shengzhou Road and Zhongshan South Road in Nanjing, in the busy city, there is a small alley with white walls, grey tiles and a string of red lanterns, which marks the Nineteenth South Catching Hall, Ganjia Grand Courtyard. This is the famous "ninety-nine and a half" - the largest civilian residence in China in the Qing Dynasty. Ganxi residence has a history of more than 200 years. The Gan family in Jinling is a prominent family in the south of the Yangtze River. Ganjia courtyard has made three major contributions from ancient times to today. One is the ninety-nine semi-large-scale private residences in the Qing Dynasty, the other is whether there are a large number of precious ancient books in Tianjin and the third is a fruitful contribution to the promotion of Jingkun Work. There are few people here. They can taste operas carefully, Nanjing folk customs and Chinese cultural heritage. There are also many intangible cultural heritage exhibitions, which are very worth seeing.
Rainy days have no effect on the mood of traveling. The collection and folk exhibition of Ganjia Grand Courtyard are worth visiting. Ganjia's rich humanistic history has not been buried with time, and 99 and a half of them have kept track of their lives and shared with the public the folk customs neglected by the fast pace of the city.
Very good, the tickets are not expensive, the courtyard inside is very large, and complex, there are many introductions can learn a lot of things. There are rooms showing all kinds of intangible cultural heritage. Seeing these, I really feel that cultural things should be inherited.