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Liangyuan Garden


The Liangyuan Garden is the largest of Guangdong's four major Qing gardens. Cabinet Secretary Liang Airu, working together with his three nieces Liang Jiuzhang, Liang Jiuhua and Liang Jimu, built this garden on an ostentatious plan in 1800, or the fifth year of the Jiaqing Reign.

Hence the name Liangyuan or Langs' Garden. The garden comprises four groups of buildings that are elegant pieces of Chinese architecture: Twelve-Stone Studios, Hanxiang Hall, Star-spangled Thatched Hall, and Fenjiang Thatched Hut.

Surrounded with a corridor, its buildings gleaming in the rich foliage trees, the Liangyuan Garden is a beautiful picture in its own right. On display in this garden are 80 or so stone inscriptions of calligraphic works by famous masters of various dynasties.

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