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Nanjing Li Xiangjun house - the door to

Nanjing - Li Xiangjun former dwelling: the name flatters the fragrant building, comes the swallow bridge south tip of located at the Qinhuai River bank, namely Confucian temple paper money storehouse street 38, are listed as the municipal Cultural relic preservation organ. the former dwelling is 12 story-high post and panel structure common people residences, is three enters two courtyard type bright Qinghe room construction, has unfolded the scene which comprehensively Li Xiangjun at that time lived. The completely present calligraphy, the drawing, the couplets hung in front, the seal cutting, the rockery, the statue with artistic high-quality goods and so on garden Lin Xiaojing, carved stone brick carving, mural lantern light, watch for the human. Li Xiangjun, clear at the beginning of dramatist Kong Shangren famous work "Peach blossom Fan" Qin Huai famous prostitute, “Qin Huai eight colorful” one, was widely known our country ancient times the rare glory female figure, the fable really has its person. The posterity has to visit flatters the fragrant building ruins after several generations, but not certainly. The latter Qinhuai District people's government take the literature work "Peach blossom Fan" the content as a foundation, repairs present's Li Xiangjun former dwelling - to flatter the fragrant building.

Copyright: Jacky Cheng
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7816x3908
Taken: 09/11/2007
Uploaded: 22/03/2010
Updated: 03/03/2015


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