While we were not too sure that WuYuan is the most beautiful village in China, while there, we have seen buildings of great architectural and historical value.
They are so delicate and vividly show so much of life.
Understand in the Cultural revolution, they were covered up with mud, to prevent people damaging them.
This village was not readily accessible in older times, this has helped to preserve the carvings.Things, however, are changing – a high speed rail is being built to reach the area nearby.
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I like the houses at Dubrovnik – all of them having terracotta roofs, quite uniform albeit a bit cluttered together.
For reasons unknown to me, they were not rebuilt.
One photo shows the close up view while the other one gives a general idea of the setting.
Please enjoy 🙂