In the old days, Wang Xietang Qianyan flew into ordinary people's homes. Wuyi Lane is located in the south of Confucius Temple. During the Three Kingdoms period, Wu was the site of the army barracks guarding Stone City. At that time, the sergeants were all wearing black uniforms, so the name of the lane was "Wuyi". In the early Eastern Jin Dynasty, the minister Wang Dao lived here, and Xie An, who commanded the Fengshui War, also lived here. Wuyi Lane is now on the South Bank of Qinhuai River. Compared with the noise of Qinhuai River, it seems that there are few pedestrians here. It is lonely and never prosperous in the past. Only the ticket seller of Wang Xie Memorial Hall is playing with her mobile phone quietly.
Wuyi Lane is the residence of Wang Xie's two big families in Jin Dynasty. The children of both families like to wear black clothes to show their status and dignity, so they get their names. Wuyixiang Menting Ruo City, crowns gathered, Wang Xizhi, Wang Xianzhi, and Xie Lingyun, the originator of landscape poetry, and other cultural giants. At the sight of Wuyi Lane, the famous ancient poem naturally appeared in my mind: the weeds and flowers near the Suzaku Bridge and the sunset at the entrance of Wuyi Lane. In the old days, Wang Xietang Qianyan flew into ordinary people's homes. Swallows were invisible during the Dragon Boat Festival. There were no weeds beside the Suzaku Bridge, and this was the famous alley and some old restored houses. Wuyi Lane is just beside the Qinhuai River. The lane is very narrow and quiet. Although the crowd is very busy on the other side of the Confucius Temple, the lane is quite quiet and there are few people. It's just the scenery that you can feel quiet in the memorial hall.
Wuyi Lane, located tens of meters southwest of the Confucius Temple, is a quiet and narrow lane. Zhukuqiao across the Qinhuai River in Nanjing is the only way from the city center to Wuyi Lane. The bridge is adjacent to Wuyi Lane on the South Bank of the river, not only in location, but also in history. The old bridge with two bronze sparrows was built by Xie An.
Once there were businessmen and businessmen gathering here, flourishing and flourishing, then from prosperity to decline, Wang Xie's former residence, Wuyi alley, Qinhuai song girls, Six Dynasties smoke and rain, middle school Chinese textbooks are here. At that time, Wang Xizhi, Xie Lingyun, Liu Yuxi, Du Mu and others had recited poems, wrote poems and wrote poems here, and used their brushes and brushes to wield ink. Think about it, some chickens were frozen. In the legendary Wuyi Lane, I saw the real face, much smaller than I imagined.
Although I've heard about it for a long time, I really don't know where it is. When I was walking around the Huaihe River in the morning, I found that the small lane is very quiet, which is quite different from the lively Huaihe River. However, she feels that she has been destroyed too much. It's a pity that the traces of modern life, such as the air-conditioning machines everywhere, have destroyed her sense of history.
Wuyi Lane is not far east of the Confucius Temple. A very inconspicuous place. We also did not intentionally go in and walk, a very short lane, said to have been the place where the soldiers lived, because the soldiers wear black clothes only named Wuyi Lane. Wang Dao Xie'an Memorial Hall is in the lane.
Located on the South Bank of Deqiao above Qinhuai River in Nanjing, tens of meters southwest of the Confucius Temple, a quiet narrow alley opposite Li Xiangjun's former residence "Wuyi Lane" is the oldest and famous ancient alley in Chinese history and the place where the great families lived (in the Three Kingdoms, where Wu garrisoned the army barracks in Stone City); Jin Dynasty was the residence of the two big families of Wang Xie, because their children liked to wear Wuyi to show themselves. It's honorable and named. Liu Yuxi, a poet of the Mid-Tang Dynasty, left a famous exclamation sentence "weeds and flowers beside the Suzaku Bridge, sunset at the entrance of Wuyi Lane, swallow in front of Wang Xietang in the old days, and fly into the homes of ordinary people". Its free opening to the outside world, in addition to narrow alleys, paved with green bricks and dwarf antique buildings on both sides, can see scenic spots such as "Wang Xie Guju" at the corner of the lane and Wuyi Gujing. Because Wuyi Lane witnessed Wang Xie's artistic achievements and the history of the two families, most visitors here today visit Wang Xie Huatang's traces, look up to the famous figures of the Eastern Jin Dynasty, and express their nostalgia for the ancients.
A few steps south of Wende Bridge and tens of meters west are Wuyi Lane. Wang Dao and Xie An lived here in the Eastern Jin Dynasty, and were later written into poems by Liu Yuxi of the Tang Dynasty. During the Southern Song Dynasty, Jiankang City was once restored and developed, "commodities flourished, people Yin Wufu". People are rebuilding Laiyan Hall on Xie's former residence. Located in the east of Wuyi Lane, the building is simple and elegant, with Wang Dao and Xie An's portraits hanging in the hall. Scholars and tourists continue to become a place to look up to the famous officials of the Eastern Jin Dynasty and express their nostalgia for the ancients.
Wuyi Lane, whether it was the residence of high-ranking officials or the transformation from the ordinary decline to today's tourists like knitting, is well-known for the poem Wuyi Lane written by Liu Yuxi, a great poet of the Tang Dynasty, in Xue Yin. The old residences of Wang Dao and Xie An, ministers of the Eastern Jin Dynasty, have now become memorials. Tourists can once again understand the rise and fall of the two families and this alley.