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Binhai Volcano

2013-08-29

Zhangzhou Binhai Volcano National Geologic Park is located in Zhangpu county of Zhangzhou city and runs along the coast of Longhai city, Fujian province. It is 80 kilometers away from downtown Zhangzhou and 50 kilometers from Zhangpu county.

Yongding Hakka Earth Buildings

2013-05-07

As the birthplace of Fujian Hakka earth buildings, Yongding county has 23,000 Hakka earth buildings, of which over 8,000 were built before the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). Hence, Yongding is honored as the "Capital of Fujian Earth Buildings."

Nanxi Tulou Cluster

2013-05-07

Nanxi is a creek in Hukeng town, Yongding county. It flows upward from Hukeng and snakes through villages including Xia'nanxi, Xinnan, Nanzhong, Nanjing and Shijia. Standing on a hill in Jiaotang village, visitors can see Nanxi Creek passing through the valley, surrounded by green mountains and terraces.

Gaobei Tulou Cluster

2013-05-07

Gaobei Tulou Cluster stands in Gaobei village, Yongding county, Fujian province. The cluster lies among mountains and rivers with dozens of tulou, or earth buildings, in a unique design. Among them, Wuyun Building, built in the Ming Dynasty (1369-1644), embodies the time-honored history of tulou.

Tourists visit Tulous in Yongding, China's Fujian

2012-09-12

Fujian Tulou is a type of Chinese rural dwellings of the Hakka and Minnan people in the mountainous areas in Fujian Province. The layout of Fujian Tulou followed the Chinese dwelling tradition of "closed outside, open inside" concept: an enclosure wall with living quarters around the peripheral and a common courtyard.

Tourists visit Tulous in Yongding

2012-09-12

Fujian Tulou is a type of Chinese rural dwellings of the Hakka and Minnan people in the mountainous areas in Fujian Province. The layout of Fujian Tulou followed the Chinese dwelling tradition of "closed outside, open inside" concept

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