China found a village that has preserved its appearance from the XIV century

02.02.2005

02.02.2005


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Chinese experts on ancient architecture, recently discovered in the western mountainous region of Hunan Province (Central China) village, where up to now have come down in one piece structures built during the Ming and Qing dynasties, who ruled from the XIV to the XX century.

In the village of 104 ancient buildings with total area of 19,000 square meters. Currently, in the ancient village Gaoi ("high chair"), home to more than 2,200 people, most of them have the surname Yang, said the agency "Xinhua".

According to them, that they are all descended from powerful hou (one of the highest titles of nobility in imperial China) Yang Zaixi, who was granted the title Emperor of the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279 gg.).

Battery News, 01/02/2005 06:54
Source: MIGnews.com

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