Situated in the eastern part of the Confucius Temple of Jiading County, the Huilong Pond was built in 1588, or the 16th year of the Qanli Reign of the Ming Dynasty. The pond is actually the confluence of five rivers. The Yingqui Hill stands on the water surface like a sparkling pearl in the embrace of five dragons.
The garden around the pond occupies a land of 70 mu. Pavilions, terraces and kiosks are laid out according to a well-conceived plan. Scenic spots in the garden include the Quixing Tower, the Yuhong Bridge, the Bihe Pond, the Sitting Sun Kiosk, the Bajiao Yard, and the Jade Lotus Pond.
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