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Ouyuan Garden of the Qing Dynasty

The Ouyuan Garden in Xiaoxinqiao Hutong, east Suzhou, faces the street on one side and is skirted by water on three sides. It w as first built during the early Qing Dynasty and rebuilt during the Guangxu Reign of the Qing Dynasty by Shen Bingcheng after he had retired from his post as viceroy of Jiangsu and Jiangxi. Apart from dwellings, the garden falls into two parts.

The Ouyuan Garden is unique among all gardens in Suzhou for its yellow stones, which are piled up to form an imposing-looking mountain.

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