Lianglang is a national key town, a national civilized town and a famous historical and cultural town in Zhejiang Province. It is the central town of Zhejiang Province and Ningbo City. It is located at the north foot of the Siming Mountain in eastern Zhejiang Province and the south of Yaojiang River. This is also the source of Chinese green tea.
Now Lianglang Ancient Town is actually an antique Ming and Qing Street called Zhengmeng Street. At both ends of the street, Lianglang Ancient Town is written on one end, and Zhengmeng Street is written on the other end of the archway. On both sides of the street, there are mostly businessmen, but they are not the local specialty shops that are commonly seen in the ancient town, but some very livelihood stores, such as bakeries, repair shops, mobile phone shops, etc. It seems that all the business shops in the ancient town are open on the street, while the houses inhabited by the local residents are hidden behind these obviously brand-new street houses. Lane. This ancient town is neither long nor short. It should be one kilometer long. On both sides of the street, there is the old site of the anti-Japanese base area in eastern Zhejiang, while hiding in the unknown Wugui Tower for a long time.
Lianglang Cake is worth a try. The taste is very good. Recommended "pink greed" brand Lianglang cake, black rice, white rice 2 colors, which are fine sand flavor. It has the function of invigorating the spleen and appetizing the stomach. The meaning of "Jinyu Mantang" is very auspicious.
Passing through Siming Mountain, I was surprised to find that it was very cattle, lakes and mountains were not counted, and there was a red tour. The most important thing is that there are cakes everywhere. It's really delicious to have been to China on the tip of the tongue. It's worth playing here.
Liang Nong is a famous historical and cultural town in Zhejiang Province. During the Anti-Japanese War, Liang Nong was the heart of the Siming Mountain Revolutionary Base. Historically, Liang Nong was an important post station along the Tang Poetry Road in eastern Zhejiang Province. Poets such as Li Bai and Pi Rixiu stayed here.
Liang Nong was the stronghold of the Anti-Japanese War in eastern Zhejiang. Liang Nong is also ancient.
Also, in the old revolutionary areas, Liang Lang Dacakes are delicious and they are specially bought.
It's beautiful and I like it very much. I'll do it again next time.
It belongs to the hinterland of Siming Mountain. Siming Mountain was an important base area for resisting Japanese aggression. Walking into the old street, you can feel the unique flavor of the small town in the south of the Yangtze River. The lanes here are crisscrossed and crisscrossed. The architecture retains the style of the past and is simple and elegant. Stop-and-go can savor the beauty of the south of the Yangtze River.