In 1860, the French missionary Hong Guanghua came to Bailu Town with the Bible and his French-style romance. He built a monastery based on the location of the mountains and rivers. Since then, Bailu Town has formed an indissoluble bond with the French customs. The white deer baptized by the "5.12" earthquake, the old look for a new look, the scales of the French-style architecture, dotted between the green mountains and green water, colorful. The White Deer River surrounds this colorful town and brings a cool summer. The core scenic spot of the town, created by painstaking efforts, reflects the symbol of the white deer town. Using the medieval French architectural style, it naturally continues the original French style. The design and planning of the town is based on the French town of Provence. It focuses on the original expression. At the same time, it combines the terrain of Bailu Town and shows the romantic feelings of the French nation with many details such as slopes, grasslands, squares and streets. The design of one family and one scene, different wall stone with round arched window, more delicate and delicate, white columns and colored roof tiles, reflecting romantic feelings. The entire French-style town offers a pure French experience for visitors. Wine houses, bakeries, cafes, French handicrafts, etc., allow visitors to experience the fun of French life without going abroad. Sculptures, squares and fountains all reveal warmth and romance.