Pile Tower, the most beautiful scenery in the five main avenues of Munan Road. When I went, I was trimming and not opening up. I regret that I couldn't go in and watch it. But from the outside of the courtyard, we can still see the characteristics of the lump building. Like the porcelain house, there are various kinds of porcelain on the wall, but also various shapes. It is very imaginative.
Within the five avenues, many points are worth visiting. It takes about half a day to complete the whole trip. Several of the buildings are the focus of the visit. The lump building is located on Hebei Road. The lump formed by burned bricks on the wall is very special. It is also a foreign house covered with porcelain sheets.
Pile Tower, on Wudao Munan Road, should be regarded as a Miniature Porcelain house. Although the porcelain house did not go, just passed by the door and looked at it, it was really very big and spectacular, but the lump building for us is also very novel. That day, the family was still saying that these pottery will not have many years of history. Would they be rich if they knocked together? In this regard, I can only ha ha, to be worth money has been taken away by others.
On the Five Avenues, I accidentally saw this building. At first, I thought it was a porcelain house. But when I saw the nameplate, I knew it was a lump building. It turned out to be the former residence of Ma Lianliang, a master of Peking Opera. The restaurant next to us can have a look at the internal structure. The villa is well preserved, with wooden floors and a large hall.
[Location] The streets of Tianjin are not positive either, so the scenic spots of Five Avenues are totally unknown where to describe. Generally, they are navigation, cycling or walking, walking up to the house is really old, and it is very interesting and different. There are many prominent bricks and stones on the walls. Unfortunately, in order to protect them, they are not allowed to enter.
The Pile Tower was built in 1937 and was designed by Italian architect Bonetti. This building was originally built by the British Business First Agricultural Company and then sold. The building is located at the junction of the two streets along Hebei Road in the West and Munan Road in the north, and arrives at Machang Road in the south. The building area is 6449.42 square meters. It is a four-storey brick-and-wood Western-style building. It has a series of Italian-style Linong houses.