Hwasun Youngbeucjung

영벽정을 언제 지었는지 정확한 기록은 없으나, 양팽손(1488∼1545)과 김종직(1431∼1492)의 시로 미루어 조선 전기 관청에서 지은 것으로 추정된다.

인조 10년(1632)에 능주목사 정연이 아전들의 휴식처로 고쳐 지었다고 전하며, 고종 9년(1872)에 불타 버린 것을 고종 10년(1873)에 새로 고쳐 지었다. 이후에도 보수를 거듭해 오다가 1920년에는 주민들이 모은 비용으로 손질하여 고쳐 지었다.
앞면 3칸·옆면 2칸 규모의 2층 누각이며, 지붕은 옆면에서 볼 때 여덟 팔(八)자 모양인 팔작지붕으로 꾸몄는데 3겹으로 처리한 것이 특징이다. 둥근기둥(두리기둥)을 세워 마루를 깔았고 마루의 사방에는 조각한 난간을 돌려 장식하였다. 정자 안쪽에는 9개의 현판이 걸려 있다.
계절에 따라 변화되는 연주산의 경치를 비추는 지석강물을 바라볼 수 있다하여 붙인 이름으로, 지석강 주변 경관이 매우 아름답다.

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Copyright: Lee Byong Soon(이병순)
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Chargée: 07/07/2012
Mis à jour: 18/07/2014
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Tags: 전라남도; 화순군; 화순; 영벽정; 정자; 능주면
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