Cuiwei Garden

Last updated by shyoto at 2015/10/27

Cuiwei Garden is adjacent to Jiaxiu Tower. Covering an area of over 4,000 square meters, Cuiwei Garden is a large ancient building complex first built in the reign of Hong Zhi (1488-1505) in the Ming Dynasty. It was originally called the South Nunnery. Later it was renamed Wuhou Temple and later Guanyin Temple. Since it was renovated in 1993, it has been called Cuiwei Garden. The buildings in the garden show distinctive styles. The Gongnan Pavilion in the garden shows simplicity and liveliness in layout, and Cuiwei Pavilion displays elegance and beauty. Bamboo groves dance in breeze in Qinghuakong Garden, and dense trees cast their thick shades over the Longmen Academy of Classical Learning. Cuiwei Garden, characterized by quietness, elegance, magnificence and simplicity, is an architectural masterpiece and a popular place of interest.

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