Fuzhou, the capital of Fujian, is a famous cultural city with a history of more than 2,200 years. Fuzhou's business card is the three lanes and seven lanes with the charm of Fujian. Located on the central axis of the core of the ancient city, Sanfang Qixiang Historical and Cultural Block is the quintessence of Fujian Capital Culture. Because of its unique Lane pattern, unique architectural details and rich historical precipitation, Sanfang Qixiang Historical and Cultural Block is known as "the living fossil of visiting system, the architectural museum of Ming and Qing Dynasties, the place where modern celebrities live together". It is China's famous historical and cultural street. It is the first community museum in the country, which contains Shen Baozhen's former residence, Lin Jue's former residence and Yan Three lanes and Seven Lanes ancient buildings represented by typical buildings. Sanfang Qixiang Scenic Area is a cultural tourist area which integrates gardens, former residences of celebrities and landscapes. It is the abbreviation of ten lanes arranged sequentially from north to South on both sides of Nanhou Street. It consists of three lanes, seven lanes, one street, one river and one mountain, among which - "three lanes - "Yijin lane, Wenru lane, Guanglu lane; Seven Lanes - "Yangqiao lane, Langguan lane, Tower lane, Huang lane, Anmin lane, Palace lane, Jipi lane; one street - "South Back Street; one river - "Antai River; one mountain - "Wushan. Of course, apart from looking at the ancient buildings, there are also a variety of special snacks in southern Fujian, such as frozen bamboo shoots, fish balls, peanut soup, taro paste and so on.
Fuzhou must go to the place, the national 5A scenic spot, a very representative ancient building complex in Fuzhou, mainly composed of three lanes, Seven Lanes and a longitudinal South back street. Nanhou Street is the busiest street in the world. The centuries-old shops like Tongli Swallow, Yonghe Fish Ball and Mujin Meat Ball are all in this street, which is somewhat similar to Nanluogu Lane in Beijing and the commercialized part of Chengdu Broad and Narrow Lane. In fact, there are many small connecting lanes and bald lanes between the lanes, some of which are very narrow and can only be passed by one person. The ancient buildings on both sides are well preserved and the most interesting ones. Here, if you have enough time, you must wander slowly through the alleys. Sometimes you will find surprises. I like the useless bookstores in Wenru Lane and the aesthetic Hakka settlements in Huangxiang (four ABCD buildings in sequence from the original to the photographic ones). Mobile phone shooting is not good. Actually, it looks much better than photographs.
We live in a music hotel near Sanfang Qixiang. It's convenient to walk to Sanfang Qixiang for a few minutes. Because they are free to travel, the hotel is cheaper than a hundred points, all buses go out! As the name implies, the main street is full of shops, and the backyard of Starbucks is good. There is also the Museum of Three Lanes and Seven Alleys, where you can learn about history. Other shops are similar to Beijing Wangfujing, Pingyao Ancient City and Lijiang, but the buildings are quite different. The key point is the seven lanes, deep and quiet, at a glance, always feel that there are stories, exquisite, novel! Days and nights are totally different, and sunny days and rainy days are also different! Southern Fujian architecture is different from those of Hui School, Jiangsu and Zhejiang, and Central Plains. If you can compose a picture, how can you shoot with a tune? Therefore, three lanes and seven lanes are a rough look at three lanes, focusing on seven lanes!
From these three workshops, seven alleys out of Lin Zexu, Yan Fu, Lin Juemin, Bingxin, Lin Huiyin and many other talents... The city will not forget its past, but will hold it tightly like a hand print. It is written in the corner of the street, the guardrail of the window pane, the handrails of the stairs, the lightning-proof antenna and the flagpole. Every mark is the marks left by scratching, sawing, cutting and slamming, which will be left for later generations to savor carefully...
If you come to Fuzhou, you must punch in "Three Lanes and Seven Lanes". Located in Gulou District of Fuzhou City, "Three Lanes and Seven Lanes" is a relatively large-scale and well-preserved historical and cultural block in China. It is one of the few ancient architectural relics in China. It has the laudatory names of "Lifang System Living Fossil of Chinese Cities" and "China Ming and Qing Architectural Museum". Listen to the guide, Lane - "is the alley in northern China; Fang - "is the alley with two doors at both ends. As a result of urban construction and road expansion, there are already two lanes and five lanes. From Jin Dynasty to Tang Dynasty, "Three Lanes and Seven Lanes" was the place where nobles and scholar-bureaucrats lived. From the Qing Dynasty to the Republic of China, they became brilliant. The outstanding people here have always been "the habitat of famous people in Fujian capital". Lin Zexu, Shen Baozhen, Yan Fu, Chen Baochen, Lin Juemin, Lin Xu, Bingxin, Lin Shu and many other people who had important influence on the society at that time and the process of modern China all came from this, which made this land full of special humanistic value and unswerving spirituality and talent, and it was the historical source and cultural root of Fuzhou. During the Spring Festival holidays in 2018, my family and I came to Fuzhou for a vacation. We stayed near "Three Lanes and Seven Lanes" and visited "Three Lanes and Seven Lanes" in six days. The renovated "Three Lanes and Seven Lanes" lost its ancient charm, and the South Back Street was more like a commercial street. But if we go slowly to the memorial halls scattered in various lanes, feel the historical changes, trace back to the vicissitudes of the characters, and appreciate Fujian culture, "Three lanes and Seven lanes" is worth visiting. Conclusion "Three Lanes and Seven Lanes" is an antique shopping street for tourists who don't like to see humanities, and it may take no more than two hours to visit it. Tourists who like history and humanities can walk along the lanes and look carefully and arrange a whole day to see the memorial halls from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (5:00 closed). By visiting, we can understand the history of 2200 years in Fuzhou City and today, and again at night. Visit Nanhou Street. The "Tongli Swallow Old Shop" opposite Lin Zexu Memorial Museum is a must-eat shop.
At present, Sanfang Qixiang is the largest and most complete ancient architectural block in the urban center of China. It has the laudatory names of "Lifang System Living Fossil of Chinese Cities" and "Ming and Qing Architectural Museum of China". South Backstreet is the central axis of the non- zigzag structure of the block, the west is three lanes, the East is seven lanes. Three Squares - "Yijin Square, Wen Confucian Square, Guanglu Square. Seven Lanes - "Yangqiao Lane, Langguan Lane, Anmin Lane, Huang Lane, Tower Lane, Palace Lane, Jipi Lane, where the powder wall, Daiwa, stone road, ancient, each lane has a stone archway. The main axle road of Nanhou Street is busy with shops on both sides. It is a traditional cultural commercial pedestrian street integrating tourism, shopping and delicacy. The three lanes and seven lanes on both sides are quiet and quiet, which can better reflect the original flavor of the ancient lane. Since ancient times, Sanfang Qixiang has been the habitat of famous people in Fujian. Many famous politicians, militarists and writers in past dynasties have come out of this place. Some of the names of Fang and Qixiang can show the style and glory of that year. There are many celebrity residences, memorials, exhibition halls and so on, many of them are free, such as : Guanglufang's "Family Exhibition of Celebrity Families", "Three Lanes and Seven Lanes Protection and Restoration Exhibition", Wenrufang's "Maritime Silk Road Exhibition Hall", outside the pedestrian street, the "Lin Zexu Memorial Hall" on Macao Road in the south, and "Bingxin former residence" on Yangqiao Road in the north. There are 12 toll-paying attractions, which can buy 120 yuan per person. Taobao sells 4,690 yuan per person, including : Yanfu's former residence, Wang Qi's former residence (under exhibition, not yet open), Xiaohuang Building, Guo Baiyin's former residence, Shuixie stage, Yanjiahua Hall, Youshi's residence, Lin Congyi's former residence, Liu Qixian's former residence, Zhou Zhewen Art Museum, Xie's ancestral hall, Liu Jiayuan (under exhibition, not yet open). It takes half a day or a whole day to finish reading the whole three lanes and Seven Lanes one by one. Route - "Dongjiekou Metro Station - Bingxin Former Residence - Three Lanes and Seven Lanes - Lin Zexu Memorial Hall - Nanmen Du Metro Station (and vice versa)
As the name implies, three lanes and seven lanes are abbreviations of ten lanes arranged from north to South on both sides. To the west is called "Fang" and to the East is called "Lane". It is a landmark building in Fuzhou, located in the center of Fuzhou. It is a national 5A tourist attraction, and is the only part of the old city of Fuzhou that survived the demolition and relocation after the founding of the People's Republic of China. It is the historical and cultural origin of Fuzhou. Since the formation of Jin and Tang Dynasty, it has been the place where nobles and scholar-bureaucrats lived. From the Qing Dynasty to the Republic of China, it has become a glorious place. There are about 270 ancient dwellings in the area, 159 of which are listed as protected buildings. Shen Baozhen's former residence, Lin Juemin's former residence and Yan Fu's former residence are the representative buildings. Because there is no advance ticket purchase, only to know, in fact, if you do not enter those former residences, there is no charge, and some exhibitions can be visited free of charge only with ID cards. Three lanes and seven lanes, each lane has its own characteristics, of which three are - "Yijin Fang, Wenru Fang, Guanglu Fang; seven lanes are - "Yangqiao Lane, Langguan Lane, Anmin Lane, Huang Lane, Tower Lane, Palace Lane, Jipi Lane. In some alleys, there are few tourists, so it is worthwhile to walk slowly to enjoy some old houses left over by history.
From Yangqiao intersection along the South back street of the central axis to Macao Bridge, this street is about one kilometer long, with busy shops. Commerce has given the ancient streets and houses new content and vitality. On the first day of the New Year, it is full of a strong Festival atmosphere, whether adults or children, all of them are happy and enthusiastic. The streets on both sides of the street are the most attractive to us, each has its own characteristics, winding paths, slate paving, white-walled tiled houses, curved gables, exquisite craftsmanship. Although they are all high-walled courtyards, eaves and cornices, but carefully look at different styles, even the doorways are different. Every building is like a work of art, worthy of careful study and taste. From afternoon to evening, we can't say anything about the architecture, but we just feel very tasty. Especially when the night falls, accompanied by warm lights and proper decoration, we can see pictures in front of us. Although many people say that three lanes and seven alleys have been commercialized, as long as your heart is quiet, as long as you know how to appreciate, as long as you are interested in history and architecture, you will surely linger in this area!
This is the most famous scenic spot in Fuzhou. Indeed, people are crowded and bustling. It is a bit similar to Shanghai and Town God's Temple. All the way past, all kinds of special snacks were overwhelmed. In the north, there was a gourmet street. At night, there was a lively night. The caravan was full of delicacies from all over the country. There were various kinds of delicacies in the restaurants on both sides. At one glance, Old Fuzhou was found. But at 9 p.m., many people were still eating. They needed waiting tables. They did not want to stand next to insert candles. So they left, a little regrettable, and did not eat. I went to the restaurant recommended by the taxi driver, but I also had a lot of snacks along the way, which tasted good. Shopping shops are more general, not too many features, and the alleys on both sides also have a bad view, but the night is too late to explore.
Sanfang Qixiang is one of the ten famous historical and cultural streets in China. The national 5A tourist attraction is the only remaining part of the old city of Fuzhou after the demolition and construction after the founding of the People's Republic of China. The former residences in the scenic area have become the classic representative buildings of the ancient buildings in Sanfang Qixiang. Sanfang Qixiang is a large-scale and well-protected historical and Cultural District in China. It is one of the few relics of ancient buildings in China. Therefore, it is also a must-card place for tourists to Fuzhou. The main streets in the scenic area are free of charge, and some of the former residences need admission tickets. Here, you can eat traditional Fuzhou snacks. If you don't want to make it lively, you can also go to the coffee shop with small environmental capital. The whole circle of walking time is quite long, because the busy street of Nanhou Street is the central axis of three lanes and seven alleys. All the delicious and interesting people gather here.