The scenery of the ancient town is beautiful and quiet, and it is still free, because it is still under development, many ancient buildings are still being renovated, I believe that in the near future, it will make people refresh! While not yet charged, quiet friends can go to stay, oh, not many people, absolutely no other scenic spots crowded, very comfortable. Especially the snacks here, many of which can not be eaten anywhere else, are unique to the estuary! Slow-paced town, very suitable for daze! The only shortage is poor road hygiene. Perhaps residents have not developed the habit of not littering.
A very quiet old town is free of charge, and there are few people during the National Day period; from one castle to the end of the two castles, a short way; from the end of the two castles into the pontoon bridge, to the opposite mountain climbing, probably because it is a free attraction, people do not pay much attention to hygiene, cleaning is not timely, garbage is a lot, but the mountain is still very characteristic, worth climbing.
Very worthwhile memories of the old town's authentic bluestone slab road passing away everywhere
In fact, I went alone, feeling very good, suitable for stop-and-go, many not well built, the overall feeling is very good.
My home, beautiful, is beyond the reach of words and pictures.
Coming to the ancient town, very quiet feeling, very good, unfortunately, when the water went up, did not see the pontoon bridge.
The most characteristic place of the ancient town is the floating bridge. Wood spliced on the boat
There are a large number of well-preserved ancient buildings, streets and wharfs in Hekou ancient town of Yanshan County. Although Jiulong 13th Street has not been completely preserved, there are many ancient buildings in Hekou, but they are not comparable to some famous towns in the south of the Yangtze River. I dare say that if Professor Ruan Yisan arrived at the Estuary before Zhouzhuang, Zhouzhuang would not have its present fame.
Hekou Town, Leadshan County, Shangrao City, Jiangxi Province, is a five-metre-long ancient street of Ming and Qing Dynasty along the river, with many floors and rows of buildings. It is ancient and elegant. The rutting of the road on the bluestone pavement records the prosperity of the town in that year. The town's rivers twist and turn, and the blue stone bridges cross the banks, adding to the town's water-town flavor.