Seven Bridges over Qiong Dong River:An Tai Bridge,Ao Men Bridge,Ban Bridge,Er Qiao Ting Bridge,Kwan-Yin (Goddess of Mercy) Bridge ,Guan Yi Bridge and Jin Dou Bridge.
Built in the early Ming Dynasty, this house is one of the oldest architectures in Fuzhou. In the reign of the Emperor Jia Jing of the Ming Dynasty, Zhang Jing, a well-known general against Japanese pirates, moved there from Hong Tang Town in the western suburbs.
The house was built in the reign of Emperor Jia Qing of the Qing Dynasty with an area of 525square meters and was rebuilt in the reign of Emperor Guang Xu and in early 20th century.
The house was the former site of the study of Xu Ouxiang (also known as Xu You), Huang Ren’s maternal grandfather. Huang used to study here in his childhood.
The stone inscription stands at the slope of Min Mountain, also known as Yu Chi Mountain (Mt. Jade Ruler), an offset of the Wu (black) Shi (rock) Mountain Ranges. “Bao Fu” Buddhist Monastery was built on Min Mountain in the Tang Dynasty then in the early Song Dynasty it became known as “Fa Xiang” Temple.
Built in the Qing Dynasty, the house is close to An Min Xiang (Reassuring the Public Alley) in front and is next to the former residence of Lin Congyi (Lin Zexu’s younger son) at the back with a wall in between.
Located at 14 Gong Xiang (Official St.) and built in the Qing Dynasty, the house, facing south is composed of four adjoining buildings with a total area of 4,141square meters. It was designated as an official protection site by Fuzhou Municipal Government in 1991.