Suzhou is famous for its gardens. In fact, in Shanghai, there are also five classical gardens, and the tickets are much cheaper than the Suzhou gardens. The drunk white pool in Songjiang is a century-old garden with direct access to Metro Line 9.
Shanghai's gardens, the Yu Garden, located in the center of the city, is the most popular tourist. The other gardens are most famous for the Songjiang Drunk Baichi and Jiading Ancient Garden. The drunk white pool covers an area of 76 acres, which is about the same size as Suzhou Humble Administrator's Garden. Tickets are only 12 yuan, which is extremely cost-effective compared with the 90 yuan ticket of Humble Administrator's Garden. The
drunk white pool is divided into two parts: the inner garden and the outer garden. The inner garden is the essence of the classical garden. The outer garden was later expanded. There are pieces of ancient trees, large lawns, lotus ponds, pavilions and promenades. rockery.
The history of this garden is quite long. The current garden was built in the 7th year of Qing Shunzhi (AD 1650). The chief of the Ministry of Industry, Gu Dashen, was built on the site of the Ming Dynasty. It has a history of more than 300 years. The history of Guyang Garden, the predecessor of Drunk Baichi, is even earlier, with a history of more than 900 years.
The Northern Song Dynasty scholar Zhu Zhichun is a Songjiang person. After he went to Beijing to test the scholars, he did not choose to be an official. Instead, he returned to his hometown and built a Guyang Garden in Songjiang as his private residence. The word Gu Yang comes from the earlier Songjiang celebrity, the Western Jin Dynasty writer Lu Ji.
Located in Songjiang District of Shanghai, Drunken White Pool and Shanghai Yu Garden, Jiading Ancient Garden, Qiuxia Temple and Qingpu Qushui Garden are also known as Shanghai's five classical gardens. They are also the oldest gardens among the five gardens.
Now "Drunken White Pool" has been expanded into a park, in which the existing garden part was built in the 7th year of Qing Shunzhi (AD 1650), the chief of the Ministry of Industry, Gu Dashen, built on the site of the Ming Dynasty, and the tickets are very cheap, only 12 yuan.
Since it is called "Drunken White Pool", it is obvious that the waterscape in the park is the theme. As soon as you walk into the gate, the Jiangnan atmosphere is like a time and space. The modern and fashionable Shanghai is completely isolated. Outside the courtyard wall.
"Drunken White Pool" may not be a very famous attraction in Shanghai, but it reveals the unique charm of Jiangnan everywhere. You don't need to look at anything or look for anything, just take a walk in the park, beautiful scenery everywhere. visible.
The Songjiang District in southwestern Shanghai is known as the "root of Shanghai." Since the Yuan Dynasty, this land of Shanghai has been under the jurisdiction of Songjiang Prefecture, and the government of Songjiang Prefecture is in today's Songjiang District. Songjiang is located in the south of the Yangtze River. It has been prosperous since ancient times, and there are many preserved monuments. The drunk white pool in Songjiang City is a typical Jiangnan garden. Speaking of the history of the drunk white pool, it is generally the beginning of the rebuilding of the drunk white pool on the site of the old garden in the Ming Dynasty in the 7th year of Qing Shunzhi (AD 1650). It has a history of more than 300 years. If you trace it further, the predecessor of Drunk Baichi is the private garden of Song Zhijin Shishi Zhu Zhichun in the Song Dynasty. It is called Guyang Garden and has a history of more than 900 years. It is the oldest garden in Shanghai.
The prime minister of the Song Dynasty Han Qi was very fascinated by the poet Bai Juyi of the Tang Dynasty. He built a classical hall called "Drunken White Hall" in Anyang, Henan Province. The owner of the drunk Baichi Gu Dashen also worshipped Bai Juyi and named his garden " Drunk white pool." The name is novel and chic, beautiful and fascinating.
Since the Ming and Qing Dynasties, in the affluent Jiangnan region, the pursuit of spiritual civilization has grown along with material wealth. The carved hall was created in this context. The carved hall was built in the Qing Dynasty. It is a residential building with two chambers and four halls. The entrance hall is simple and unpretentious. From the second hall to the third hall and the hatchback, Liang Shuo and the doors and windows are equipped with exquisite woodcut reliefs such as Bogu flowers and a set of characters from the Three Kingdoms. The knife is pure and vivid.
Drunk Baichi is one of the attractions that I think is super convenient. Because it is the subway line 9-Drunken Baichi Station on the side, the ticket is 12 yuan. After more than an hour of shopping, I will be the latter. Very garden in Jiangnan, it is not badly maintained. It is one of the famous scenic spots in Songjiang. It still has a church, a porch, a pavilion, a dragonfly, a dragonfly, an ancient style, and a winding path. The area is about 5 hectares. Apart from the Qushui Garden in Qingpu, I have been to other five classical gardens in Shanghai. Drunk Baichi has a history of more than 300 years. He loves the stone carvings of "The Rarely Uncommon". After entering the park, he saw many ancient banyan trees, especially the unique smell. I have been very curious about the origin of the name "Drunken White Pool". I checked the literature and found that the owner of the garden was a big fan of Bai Juyi.
Zuibaichi Park is a Chinese garden in Shanghai's suburban Songjiang District that dates back to the Song Dynasty. It is one of the five ancient Chinese gardens in Shanghai. The existing garden was built by the Qing Dynasty painter Gu Dashen on the original site. Zuibaichi Park divided into two parts: the inner garden and the outer garden. The inner garden is the original classic garden. It has a traditional architectural style consisting of elegant pavilions, winding and zigzagging paths, carved beams, and painted rafters. It has such exceptional charm that it attracts an endless stream of tourists.