Yuliang Dam is located in Yuliang Village, Huicheng Town, Shexian County, Anhui Province. It is a national key cultural relic protection unit. It is the oldest and largest ancient dam in the upper reaches of Xin'an River. It is the most famous water conservancy project in ancient Huizhou. It is called "the first Dujiangyan in the south of the Yangtze River". According to textual research, as early as the Sui Dynasty, people had built rocks here as dams. The Yuliang Dam can store the upstream water and slow down the flow under the dam. Irrigation, boating, rafting and flood control are all beneficial. The dam is 138 metres long, 27 metres wide at the bottom and 4 metres wide at the top, all of which are built with uniform hard stones. Each stone weighs more than one ton. They build a scientific and ingenious method of construction, each base of ten bluestones, are erected a stone pillar, between the upper and lower layers with hard stone piers such as nails inserted, this kind of Stone Studs known as "stable", also known as the Yuan Baonail. In this way, if the upper and lower levels wear stone locks, they connect with each other and are extremely strong. Each layer of stones is interlocked with stone locks, so that they are tightly connected up and down, and form a solid fishing beam dam lying across the river.
I like this scenic spot better myself. There are some momentous dams, you can go to the front, watch the rapids under the dam, listen to the sound of water, green mountains, green water, ancient villages, it is reminiscent of the grand occasion where businessmen gathered hundreds of years ago. In the ancient village, people were busy with dinner when smoke started cooking at home. Although the people in the ancient village are not rich, we big city people really yearn for such a simple and comfortable life. Hope that the better the people in the ancient village cross, and that the green mountains and waters will always be there.
Yuliang Dam is located in Yuliang County, Shexian County, Anhui Province. It is the oldest and largest ancient dam in the upper reaches of Xin'an River. It is the most well-known water conservancy project in ancient Huizhou and is called the Dujiangyan of Huizhou. Yuliang, once a brilliant Huizhou businessman, arrived at Qiantang. Xiayangzhou must start from here. Hu Xueyan, the place where Huizhou businessmen began their dreams, went to the commercial road from here. Nowadays, the winding blue stone streets of Yuliang Village and the rows of old houses on both sides testify to the prosperity of the Huizhou merchants in the past.
Yuliang Dam is located in the Lianjiang River, one kilometer south of Shexian City. It is the oldest and largest ancient dam in the upper reaches of Xin'an River. It is the most famous water conservancy project in Huizhou in ancient times. It is called "the first Dujiangyan in the south of the Yangtze River". Standing on the dam, the structure of the ancient dam can be clearly seen. I really admire the wisdom of our great ancestors. It feels good to walk along the ancient streets. The nearby farms are delicious.
Call drip express to Yuliangba, the result met bad drivers, refused to confirm after arriving at the destination, I can not pay, has been in contact with customer service, dragging help me solve, the result of the fare has increased by 1.5 times than the original price. Didn't expect to go to Liyang Old Street in the evening to call the drip express to meet a similar situation, it seems that the drip industry in Huangshan City is in chaos.
We arrived at the fish girders at more than eight o'clock in the morning. There was a cold fog on the river. The white walls and green tiles on the opposite side were vague and quiet. Instead of going by boat, my friends and I chose to walk along the river until we reached the Taiping Bridge to the Taibai Tower.
Yuliang Dam is suitable for walking along the river in the afternoon. It is not recommended to take a boat in the tourist center. It is expensive and can't take any pictures. On the contrary, walking along the river can see some interesting old sites from the fishing lane, and many good pictures can be taken in the sunset. When you go to the dam, you can also see that the eagle charges for photography. Street machines can also take good pictures.
Nine fishermen make a living by fishing and live on boats. According to folklore, "Nine Family Fishermen" was originally a resident of Huizhou. Because of oppression by the government, social discrimination and economic poverty, they are not allowed to settle on shore, wear long shirts and shoes, study for exams, and intermarry with residents on shore. Some people call them "water gypsies". After the founding of the People's Republic of China, nine fishermen gradually changed their original way of life. There are also legends that Han Shizhong secretly released the nine surnames in the Southern Song Dynasty, so he had to worship Han Shizhong when fishing. The Nine Families Fish Style Show includes five parts - "basin fishing, net fishing, harpoon fishing, Eagle fishing and giant net fishing. To tell the truth, I really didn't understand what the host Uncle was talking about.
It feels better than the ancient city of Huizhou! You don't need to buy tickets! You can go in from the side.
Yuliangyuan Scenic Spot is located in Shexian County, Huizhou. It is in the upper reaches of Xin'an River. The whole trench is made of granite. It is the largest ancient trench. Contact the water trench closely on the trench, clearly see its structure, watch the torrent, listen to the sound of water, never enjoy the beauty of nature so much. Shops on both sides of Yuliang Old Street can still vaguely see the liveliness of the past. It's amazing that the city people who lived in this age felt crossed when they came to this ancient ridge in Tang Dynasty. I strongly recommend you to cross. Traffic is very convenient. Bus No. 1 gets off at Yuliangdi Station. There is a small parking lot where you can see the ticket office. If you want to go through go 500 meters or so before, I hope you can also feel the wisdom of the ancients!