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Guyi Yuan



Guyi Yuan
Situated in the town of Nanxiang, Jiading County, the Guyi (Ancient Splendour) Garden was built in 1566(Ming Dynasty). The name of the garden stemmed from "the beauty of green bamboo". Its main structures are pavilions, corridors and winding paths. The Tang stela inscribed with Buddhist scriptures and a stone tower of the Song dynasty are famous works of art.
This calssic Chinese garden, laid out under the Ming dynasty in the 16th century, is the site of two stone pillars dating back to the Tang and Song dynasties. In its grounds is The United Boat- a pavillion in the form of a boat.
Location: Nanxiang, Jiading
Information: open daily 6:00am to 5:00

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