Qinghuiyuan, one of the four major Qing gardens in Guangdong, is situated in Shunde. Built in 1800, or the fifth year of the Jiaqing Reign, it is typical of the Lingnan style of garden construction. Outwardly it looks just like another ordinary garden. Inside, however, it turns out to be an all-embracing world.
Famous buildings include the Boat hall, the Xiying Study, and the Waterside Chamber. Exquisite architecture is set off by a pool, an artificial mountain as well as such flowers and plants as magnolia, kapok trees, gingko trees, and Chinese wisteria.
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