This is the core scenic spot of Sanfangqixiang. As for why it is called Gongxiang, there was a temple like Jiuxian Palace in the past, so
Palace Lane. It is one of the more well-known tourist attractions in the local area. The entire street here is antique and there are many ancient buildings that are of great research value. In addition, there are many snacks on the street at night, which are very delicious. You can have time It's good to take a family trip to see.
Palace Alley in Fuzhou is the best protected lane with ancient buildings in Sanfang Qixiang. It was named after a Taoist temple, but it was destroyed. In modern history, many celebrities lived in this lane, including Fujian Ship Minister of State Shen Baozhen and so on.
Palace Lane, Fujian Fuzhou, "three squares seven alleys" in one of the "seven alleys", the old name fairy house, with the alley has the name of the Purple Palace, is the most complete protection of Fuzhou ancient alley.
Palace Alley, one of the "seven alleys" in the "Three Lanes and Seven Alleys" in Fuzhou, Fujian. The old name is Xianju, named after the Ziji Palace in the lane. It is the most complete ancient alley protected in Fuzhou today. There are 13 Qing Dynasty buildings in the lane. Among them, there are many modern celebrities such as Shen Baozhen, the governor of the two rivers of the Qing Dynasty, Fujian Shipping Minister, Lin Congyi, the son of Lin Zexu, and Liu Guanxiong, the chief of the Qing Navy.
"Gong Alley" is one of the three lanes and seven alleys. Because there used to be Ziji Temple Taoist temple in the alley, it is called "Gong Alley". The Taoist temple has long ceased to exist. The alley maintains its original ancient charm, deep and quiet, in sharp contrast with the lively Nanhou Street. "Gong Alley" mainly includes: 1. The former residence of Shen Baozhen, the former residence of Lin Congyi, the former residence of Liu Qixian, and the former residence of Liu Guanxiong are not open. 2. Yanfu Academy: It is a bookstore 3. Spring Boxing