World cultural heritage site: Hongcun

Updated: 2013-07-08 10:47


World cultural heritage site: Hongcun

Local residents do laundry at the Yuezhao, or Moon Pool, at Hongcun, an ancient village founded in 1131 in Huangshan city, east China's Anhui province, July 3, 2013. Listed as a world cultural heritage site, the village preserved to a remarkable extent the surviving examples of Anhui-style architecture and traditional lifestyle.[Photo/Xinhua]


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