Online booking is cheaper, with two-dimensional code access. But it feels like you can get in without buying tickets. There must be one in Lishui ancient town. Our car is parked in the parking lot opened by local residents. She said that the next lane can be accessed. Unfortunately, the joint ticket we bought has been used and can not be refunded. The three ancient villages are very close, but they also have to drive. The roads are blocked. Furong Ancient Village retains its original features and features; Cangpo Ancient Village is a bit like Hongcun in Anhui Province, with white walls, black tiles and reflections in the water; Lishui Ancient Town has a strong commercial atmosphere. We also wandered around, basically a town in a quarter to half an hour.
Nanxi River - Furong Ancient Village; 700 years ago, typical ancient villages in the south of the Yangtze River, such as stage, hall and water pavilion, as well as the original oil extracting device used to extract rapeseed oil, all represent the life mode at that time and witness the changes of the times.
It is one of the many ancient villages along Nanxi River. It is representative. Most of the buildings in Nanxi River were built in the late Ming and early Qing Dynasties, mainly stone. So after hundreds of years of baptism, they are still as old as before. There is a feeling of time to travel.
Furong Ancient Village in Yongjia, Zhejiang Province, has a history of 700 to 800 years. Nanxi River has bred a simple and beautiful atmosphere here. The folkway here is very simple, everybody works at sunrise, and at sunset, they live a plain pastoral life. It seems that the bustling and noisy outside have no influence here. It is really like a paradise, let people return to nature and enjoy life.
Furong Village is the oldest tribe in Nanxi River villages. According to the idea of "Seven Stars and Eight Douges", the villagers'houses are planned and designed, which means that the stars in the sky correspond to the people on the ground. Most of the houses are wooden structures, with low stone walls and shaded green trees, making the whole village a harmonious beauty. Many of the most interesting buildings retained in the village are very similar to those in Kyoto. I am curious to know where such buildings originated. Furong Academy is located in the middle of the village. It is an enclosed inner courtyard building. The whole structure of the academy is orthodox, reflecting that the village has attached great importance to farming and reading culture since ancient times.
Furong Ancient Village has the longest history in Nanxi River villages. Most of the houses are wooden structures. Households are shaded with trees, which makes the whole village a harmonious beauty. The houses in ancient villages are very broken. They are said to be old houses in Ming and Qing Dynasty and Tang Dynasty. Almost all of them are made of large and small stones. They are low, grey and depressing. Ticket 20 yuan, small expensive. From the back of the village, you can get in there without tickets, haha.
It has long been said that Furong Ancient Village has the longest history in the villages around Nanxi River. It is planned and designed according to the idea of "Seven Stars and Eight Douges". It means that the stars correspond to the people on the ground. Stars build platforms and dug pools as symbols. Therefore, Furong Ancient Architectural Complex is also listed as a key cultural relic protection unit in China. At the entrance of the Furong train, the ticket is 20 yuan. In addition, there is a 40 yuan joint ticket with Lishui Street and Cangcheng Ancient Village. Inside, on the right is Chen's ancestral hall, Yongjia Longevity Hall and Health Care Hall. Straight ahead is the old street and lane. Walk in the middle, listen to the running water, look at the three crowns of lotus, and hear the barking of cocks and dogs. From the old Furong Academy to the present publishing and rewarding the advanced readers, we can see that the reading customs are in line with each other.
Furong Ancient Village in Nanxi River is the last stop of our team tour. There is no Hibiscus in Furong Village, because there are three peaks on the southwest mountain. Its color is white and red, like three budding hibiscus, so it gets its name! Furong Village was built in the late Tang Dynasty, where Chen lived together. We visited Furong Village under the guidance of a tour guide. It felt that Furong Village was not large in scale. There were still many monuments under renovation. The whole feeling was not as beautiful as Hongcun, Anhui Province, which I had visited before! _______