It’s located next to the Zheng’s Ancestral Hall of Qqq Wanshengwei Metro Station.
It was quite unexpected.
(๑•॒̀ ູ॒•́๑) The special thing at the door is that there is a small pool,
There are a lot of carps in it,
One stop to the pool,
A lot of fish came over thinking you were going to feed
All of them have become refined.
50 meters east from the road in front of Zhenbaili Square is the more famous Zheng's Ancestral Hall. When I came to the gate of the ancestral hall, I found that General Tie was guarding him. There was no one selling tickets or guarding him. I asked the surrounding people and found out that the 60-year-old man who was walking in the middle of the street just now is the "watcher." The reason for the "caretaker" is because the actual situation of the ancestral hall is that there is no formal management system and authoritarian personnel. Therefore, not so much as a "caretaker", but as a "contact". The old man asked for 10 yuan, which can not be said to be a ticket, because there is no ticket to provide, it reluctantly calls it a "visit fee." This is probably the most funny and chic attraction I have ever seen. But the inside of the ancestral hall is quite surprising. This is the most magnificent ancestral hall I have ever seen. The tall and solemn memorial arches, the vast patio, and the sturdy pillars all show the glory and glory of the Zheng clan in the past. In terms of its scale, it is certainly larger than the previous Xucun Dabang Bo's Ancestral Hall, and it is not inferior to the Jixi Hu's Ancestral Hall that I will see later. Only the carvings are slightly inferior, but this is also caused by the destruction of the 10-year Cultural Revolution. .
The Zheng's Ancestral Hall is located in Zhengcun Village, Zhengcun Town, She County, Huangshan City. It is the ancestral hall of the Zheng Family. It was built in the Ming Dynasty (1466). It was built to commemorate Zheng Yu (personally known as "Mr. Shishan"), a famous scholar and educator in the Yuan Dynasty. It has a history of more than 500 years. The ancestral hall covers an area of 1,856 square meters, with a large scale and rich spatial levels. It is a typical Huizhou gallery-style ancestral hall, and has now become a national security unit. It turns out that there are four ancestral halls in Zheng Village. Due to various historical reasons, especially the Taiping Revolutionary War and the so-called "Cultural Revolution", most of these ancient buildings were destroyed. At that time, Jimeitang was preserved as a rural food station, which is today's Zheng's Ancestral Hall. The Zheng's Ancestral Hall is the oldest ancestral hall with the largest area in existence. The "Stele Records" said that it was "the finest among the Hui-style temple architecture", which is worthy of the name. By the way, the ancestral hall is not open to the public and is closed all year round. You need to contact the caretaker to visit.
After entering the second gate, it is suddenly enlightened. Its area is as large as two basketball courts. The ancestral hall is majestic. The ninety-nine half-pillars can be seen at a glance. The stone piers under each pillar are carved with a single color of bluestone. The patterns carved on the piers are all different, some are lions, some are lotus, some are auspicious clouds, and some are animals. The pillars are of the same thickness and cannot be carried by one person. Above the pillars are carved beams and painted ridges, with ancient wooden figures wearing official hats, and wooden carvings with various patterns. The ground is paved with large and small bluestone slabs, and in the middle is a stone road paved with large bluestone slabs, and grass of different lengths grows at the junction of the slabs.
After passing a stone bridge, you will reach the opposite side of the river. An ancient ancestral hall with eaves and corners is in front of you. The outer wall is enclosed by blue bricks. The front is actually a stalwart archway. The appearance of the ancestral hall is simple and solemn, with horse head walls and stone carvings. The brick carvings are basically intact.
Preston_Dominguez: Zheng Village, Zhengcun Town, She County 245200, China
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