Ancient villages in Anyi county, China's Jiangxi

Updated: 2019-08-13

  Aerial photo taken on Aug 8, 2019 shows the view of buildings in Luotian village, Anyi county, east China's Jiangxi province. Luotian, Shuinan and Jingtai villages in Anyi county each has a history of over 1,400 years. They together have more than 120 intact old mansions dating from Ming and Qing dynasties (1368-1912). Thanks to integrated planning and effective management, they are now popular tourist attractions based on the weight of history and unique Gan culture. In 2018, the three ancient villages received over 200,000 visitors.[Photo/Xinhua]

  Photo taken on Aug 8, 2019 shows the view of Luotian village, Anyi county, east China's Jiangxi province. Luotian, Shuinan and Jingtai villages in Anyi county each has a history of over 1,400 years. They together have more than 120 intact old mansions dating from Ming and Qing dynasties (1368-1912). Thanks to integrated planning and effective management, they are now popular tourist attractions based on the weight of history and unique Gan culture. In 2018, the three ancient villages received over 200,000 visitors.[Photo/Xinhua]

  Photo taken on Aug 8, 2019 shows the decorations on buildings in Luotian village, Anyi county, east China's Jiangxi province. Luotian, Shuinan and Jingtai villages in Anyi county each has a history of over 1,400 years. They together have more than 120 intact old mansions dating from Ming and Qing dynasties (1368-1912). Thanks to integrated planning and effective management, they are now popular tourist attractions based on the weight of history and unique Gan culture. In 2018, the three ancient villages received over 200,000 visitors.[Photo/Xinhua]

  Aerial photo taken on Aug 8, 2019 shows the view of buildings in Luotian village, Anyi county, east China's Jiangxi province. Luotian, Shuinan and Jingtai villages in Anyi county each has a history of over 1,400 years. They together have more than 120 intact old mansions dating from Ming and Qing dynasties (1368-1912). Thanks to integrated planning and effective management, they are now popular tourist attractions based on the weight of history and unique Gan culture. In 2018, the three ancient villages received over 200,000 visitors.[Photo/Xinhua]

  Tourists visit Shuinan village, Anyi county, east China's Jiangxi province, Aug 8, 2019.Luotian, Shuinan and Jingtai villages in Anyi county each has a history of over 1,400 years. They together have more than 120 intact old mansions dating from Ming and Qing dynasties (1368-1912). Thanks to integrated planning and effective management, they are now popular tourist attractions based on the weight of history and unique Gan culture. In 2018, the three ancient villages received over 200,000 visitors.[Photo/Xinhua]

  Tourists visit Shuinan village, Anyi county, east China's Jiangxi province, Aug 8, 2019.Luotian, Shuinan and Jingtai villages in Anyi county each has a history of over 1,400 years. They together have more than 120 intact old mansions dating from Ming and Qing dynasties (1368-1912). Thanks to integrated planning and effective management, they are now popular tourist attractions based on the weight of history and unique Gan culture. In 2018, the three ancient villages received over 200,000 visitors.[Photo/Xinhua]

  Staffs of a local store make candy snacks in Shuinan village, Anyi county, east China's Jiangxi province, Aug 8, 2019.Luotian, Shuinan and Jingtai villages in Anyi county each has a history of over 1,400 years. They together have more than 120 intact old mansions dating from Ming and Qing dynasties (1368-1912). Thanks to integrated planning and effective management, they are now popular tourist attractions based on the weight of history and unique Gan culture. In 2018, the three ancient villages received over 200,000 visitors.[Photo/Xinhua]

  

A staff of a local store knocks a gong in Shuinan village, Anyi county, east China's Jiangxi province, Aug 8, 2019. Luotian, Shuinan and Jingtai villages in Anyi county each has a history of over 1,400 years. They together have more than 120 intact old mansions dating from Ming and Qing dynasties (1368-1912). Thanks to integrated planning and effective management, they are now popular tourist attractions based on the weight of history and unique Gan culture. In 2018, the three ancient villages received over 200,000 visitors.[Photo/Xinhua] 

  

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