9 Sights in Huizhou, China (with Map and Images)

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Explore interesting sights in Huizhou, China. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 9 sights are available in Huizhou, China.

1. 黄氏书室

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The Huang Clan's Study, also known as the Huang Clan Ancestral Hall, the Huang Clan Ancestral Hall, or the Huang Clan Ancestral Hall, is an ancestral hall located in Huicheng District, Huizhou City, Guangdong Province, People's Republic of China, built in the 22nd year of Daoguang of the Qing Dynasty (1842). The building was originally the ancestral hall of the Huang family in Guishan County, and was later converted into a study room to provide accommodation services for the Huang disciples who studied in the local area, and is currently the site of the Dongjiang Folk Cultural Relics Museum. On July 23, 1990, the Huizhou Municipal People's Government announced that it had been selected as the third batch of Huizhou cultural relics protection units. On December 10, 2015, the Guangdong Provincial People's Government announced that it had been upgraded to the eighth batch of cultural relics protection units in Guangdong Province.

Wikipedia: 黄氏书室 (ZH)

2. 宾兴馆

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Binxing Pavilion is a courtyard house located in Huicheng District, Huizhou City, Guangdong Province, People's Republic of China, with a total construction area of about 2,150 square meters (23,100 square feet), which began construction in the 6th year of Daoguang (1826) of the Qing Dynasty and was completed in November of the 8th year of Daoguang (1828). The purpose of the building was to fund the Huizhou government's Xiucai to participate in the township examination and the general examination, and it is currently the site of the Huizhou Ancient Imperial Examination System Exhibition Hall. In July 1990, the Huizhou Municipal People's Government announced that it had been selected as the third batch of Huizhou cultural relics protection units. On December 10, 2015, the Guangdong Provincial People's Government announced that it had been upgraded to the eighth batch of cultural relics protection units in Guangdong Province.

Wikipedia: 宾兴馆 (ZH)

3. 介寿诒谋牌坊

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Jieshou Yimou memorial arch is a stone memorial arch built in the Qing Dynasty at the beginning, originally built by Emperor Jiaqing to commend General Xiao Fenglai, located in Huidong County, Duozhu Town, Huang Siyang Village. The original was destroyed in the Cultural Revolution, and the current memorial arch was rebuilt by collecting the remaining components in 2008, and is now a cultural relics protection unit in Guangdong Province. The memorial arch four pillars and three bays, a pair of stone lions and stone drums are placed at the bottom of the front and back, the spine is decorated with carp fireball pattern, the top and back are engraved respectively "Holy Decree", "Grace", and then the next carved royal title "Jieshou Scheme" four words, and then down respectively engraved the Holy Decree, the fold. The archway is also decorated with human and animal pattern brick carvings.

Wikipedia: 介寿诒谋牌坊 (ZH)

4. Huizhou Science and Technology Museum

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Huizhou Science and Technology Museum 惠州科技馆 / 合理使用

Huizhou Science and Technology Museum, also known as "Huizhou Science and Technology Museum", is a large-scale science and technology museum located in Huizhou City, Guangdong Province, China, established in 2006. The current site of the Science and Technology Museum is located at No. 1 Citizen's Paradise West Road, Jiangbei No. 6 Community, which was completed and opened to the public on April 8, 2008 and officially opened to the public on September 27, 2009. With the theme of "Exploration and Voyage", the museum is positioned as "the most important popular science education base in Huizhou".

Wikipedia: 惠州科技馆 (ZH)

5. Huizhou Museum

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Huizhou Museum 惠州博物馆 / 合理使用

Huizhou Museum, also known as "Huizhou City Museum", is a large-scale museum located in Huizhou City, Guangdong Province, China, which was established in January 1982 and opened to the public on October 1, 1999. On September 27, 2009, the new museum of Huizhou Museum in Jiangbei No. 6 community was officially opened, positioning itself as a "regional comprehensive museum in the Dongjiang River Basin".

Wikipedia: 惠州博物馆 (ZH), Website

6. 归善学宫

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Guishan School Palace is located in Huixin Middle Street, Qiaodong Street, Huicheng District, Huizhou City, Guangdong Province, China (now Huiyang Senior High School), which is the school palace of Guishan County, Guo County, Huizhou Prefecture, and now only the halberd gate and Dacheng Hall built in the Ming Dynasty remain.

Wikipedia: 归善学宫 (ZH)

7. Huizhou Cultural Arts Center

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Huizhou Culture and Arts Center is a cultural venue located in Huizhou City, Guangdong Province, China, which was established on December 8, 2009. The current venue is located at No. 4 Yunshan West Road, Jiangbei, with a total floor area of 40,224 square meters (432,970 square feet), and opened on September 27, 2009.

Wikipedia: 惠州文化艺术中心 (ZH), Website

8. Pinghai Old Town

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Pinghai Ancient City is a historic town in southern Renping Peninsula, Huidong County, Huizhou, Guangdong, China. It was established in year 1385. Currently, much of its defense walls and houses along with four of its gatehouses, still remain intact. A number of forts were constructed around the town.

Wikipedia: Pinghai Ancient City (EN)

9. Tiankeng Village Ancient Buildings

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The ancient buildings of Tiankeng Village are located in Duozhu Town, Huidong County, Guangdong Province, and were built in the Qianlong period of the Qing Dynasty. It was built by the eighth ancestor of Chen's Hui and his descendants, and is commonly known as "Tiankeng Ancient City".

Wikipedia: 田坑村古建筑群 (ZH)

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