Puzhuang City is located in Pucheng and Pucheng of Mazhan Town, Cangnan County, at the junction of Zhejiang and Fujian. It is a famous coastal defense castle in ancient China. Pucheng was originally along the corner of Puwan Bay. Because of tidal fluctuation and siltation, it gradually became a beach of calamus and reeds. More than 1500 years ago, the ancestors who came here to reclaim wasteland got the name "Pumen" by weaving Puye as a door. Since the Tang and Song Dynasties, it has been an important place to guard against Japanese aggressors. In the 17th year of Hongwu Ming Dynasty (1384), the first thousand households were stationed at the foot of Longshan to build the Pucheng Wall, which was renamed "Pucheng" three years later. Eight years of orthodoxy (1443), after the merger of Wucheng "Heroic Institute" into the city, collectively known as "Puzhuang City", now known as Pucheng. In 1996, the State Council promulgated it as a national key cultural relics protection unit, and then established a cultural relics protection and management institute.
Puzhuang is located in Cangnan County. It was built in Ming and Qing Dynasties to resist Japanese aggressors. Now there are many remains. First of all, we can see the wall. There is a big tree on the wall for hundreds of years. Standing on the wall, we can see the slender and long old street. Occasionally, pedestrians pass by. There are still villagers living here. There are also some scenic spots in the city, such as Mazu Temple. There is an old couple selling beside the wall. Manglietia tofu, Guandong cooking and so on, but also very friendly to talk to us about Pucheng Lantern Festival when there is a lantern party, very lively.
Pucheng is an anti-Japanese city built in the Ming Dynasty. After 630 years (real information), the building is still complete and undamaged. It is an ancient city with antique flavor and worth visiting. Pucheng not only has beautiful scenery, but also has a brilliant folk culture. During the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the first lunar month, Pucheng dialect is different from other dialects, and Pucheng dialect has become "Language Isolated Island" because most of the Pucheng people come down from the north to work as officials and mostly speak Wu or Mandarin. Since ancient times, Pucheng has been full of talented people. There were anti-Japanese heroes Wang Guozhen, General Zhang Qin and many celebrities who lived in Pucheng. Because I can't remember, let's not talk more. PS: Pictures from @Eating in a Cloud Bath
Yesterday, I went to Pucheng by bus to Ma Zhan Town Station, and then by bus to Pucheng, I arrived at my destination directly. It's convenient. Next, let me briefly talk about feelings, to give you a reference. There is no haze, no sand and dust in Yujing. What you see is green water, green hills, blue sky and white clouds. Probably, this is the Taoyuan that many people have been longing for for for a long time in the city. In the small town, Ming Dynasty buildings are preserved, the walls are not fake, and the folkways are primitive and simple. But I can't find the museum with purport boxes and other cultural relics mentioned in Baidu Encyclopedia. Moreover, when I entered the village, I found that most of them had changed in varying degrees, except for the city walls and one or two complete old houses. May our primitive villages be best protected or worth visiting!
Puzhuang Suo City, an ancient coastal defense city with a history of more than 600 years, mottled walls, wall-trapped urns, dilapidated towers, mirror-polished bluestone pavements, fragrant Qiguang cakes, all of these are all about the once glorious and glorious, the numerous ancient houses and courtyards in the city, the vicissitudes of life are obvious, but also seem to whisper about the past luxury and dignity, the gods and beasts on the tile. To guard the peace for a hundred years, and now there are no people who have gone to war, leaving behind the goodness and simplicity of the city, as well as the old and vague legend...
It is a well-preserved anti-Japanese defense system in Ming Dynasty. Pucheng was originally located in the corner of Puwan Bay, and gradually became a beach of calamus and reeds due to tidal fluctuations and sediment deposition. Legend has it that more than 1500 years ago, the ancestors who came here to reclaim wasteland got the name "Pumen" by weaving Puye as a door. In order to resist the invasion of Japanese aggressors, in the 17th year of Hongwu in Ming Dynasty (1384), Xia Ji, the first general household stationed at the foot of Longshan, presided over the construction of the Pucheng Wall, which was renamed "Pucheng" three years later. Orthodox eight years (1443), after the merger of Wucheng "Zhuangshi Suo" into the city, collectively known as "Puzhuang Suo Cheng" today, the Ou language here can still communicate with the Ou language in Cangnan, Pingyang and other places, but has a strong Minnan accent. For more than 600 years, this language island has not been assimilated by the surrounding Minnan dialect, which is also a miracle.
It's an ancient city that I like to walk towards the walls of the Ming Dynasty.