Meixi Royal Stone Archways, or Meixi Paifang, is a series of delicate buildings at Meixi Village in Qianshan Town, Zhuhai City, Guangdong Province, China. It covers an area of 126,000 square meters. There are three scenic areas nearby, including the royal stone archways, the Former Residence of Chen Fang and the Chen’s Garden and Cemetery.
The Meixi Royal Stone Archways has reproduced the attractive local traditional culture of Zhuhai. It is the first local cultural landscape and the high grade tourist resort, gathering the celebrity memorial, folk custom and natural science and tourism and leisure.
Each of the three structures survive is around 12 meters high, encompassing a variety of smaller buildings from Chen's memorial temple, large chambers, a hall, a villa and two temples.
The stone archways are built from granite. It combines the architectural art of the west and east and it has many wonderful engravings. It is regarded as a major artistic treasure of Zhuhai. So highly regarded by the Zhuhai government is this building that it was pointed as the “Special protection item of old architecture” by Guangdong province government in 1989.
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