Geographic location:Yunwan Road, Jiangwan Town, Wuyuan County, Shangrao City, Jiangxi Province
Famous scenery:Xiaojiang Ancestral Hall, Jiangyong Memorial Hall, Three Provincial Halls
Opening hours: 07:00~18:00
Jiangwan Scenic Area, located in the northeastern part of Wuyuan County, Shangrao City, Jiangxi Province, covers an area of 27.4 square kilometers. It was opened on June 20, 2001, 28 kilometers away from Wuyuan County, 96 kilometers away from Huangshan Mountain Scenic Spot, and 1 km away from Jinghuanghuang Expressway. Kilometers.
Jiangwan is an ancient village with rich cultural heritage of Huizhou. The village houses a large number of Huizhou ancient buildings such as Three Provincial Hall, Dunchongtang, Peixintang and Tengjia Old House, and Xiaojiang Ancestral Hall, Jiangyong Memorial Hall and Nanguan Pavilion. Attractions such as the Big Dipper Well. In order to show the cultural characteristics of Wuyuan, Jiangwan Scenic Spot has built a hundred workshops, a drumming hall, a commune canteen and other attractions, allowing visitors to experience the traditional craftsmanship of old craftsmen, and to watch traditional dramas such as Huiju opera and Wuyuan folk songs, which have historical value and ornamental value.
Jiangwan Scenic Spot is a national-level cultural and eco-tourism scenic spot and Jiangxi Province patriotism education base. On January 16, 2013, Jiangwan Scenic Spot was officially awarded the title of “National 5A-level tourist scenic spot”.
Jiangwan was built in the late Tang and early Tang dynasties. At first, there were family members such as Teng, Ye, Bao, Dai and so on. They lived in the Jiangwan River Bay and were originally called “Yunwan”.
In the second year of the Northern Song Dynasty Shenzong Yuanfeng (1079), the eighth generation of the Xiaojiang River in Xiaojiang moved to Jiangwan, and the descendants gradually proliferated into giants, and later renamed Jiangwan.
From Song to Qing, Jiangwan raised 38 champions, scholars and official scholars; there were 19 scholars and literary scholars, 92 of which were handed down, and 15 of them were selected into the “Siku Quanshu”.
On May 30, 2001, General Secretary Jiang Zemin visited Jiangwan.
In 2001, Jiangwan took advantage of local resources and vigorously developed rural tourism.
On June 20, 2001, Jiangwan Scenic Area was officially opened to the public.
In January 2005, Jiangwan Scenic Spot successfully passed the assessment of the National Tourism Administration’s Tourist Area (Point) Quality Rating Committee and became the first national 4A level scenic spot in Wuyuan County.
In 2012, Jiangxi Province and Shangrao City launched Jiangwan to create a national 5A-level tourist scenic spot, set up Jiangwan Scenic Spot to create a national 5A-level tourist scenic spot command, and wrote “strongly support Jiangwan Scenic Spot to create a national 5A-level tourist scenic spot”. Work report of the government of Jiangxi Province and Shangrao City in 2012. In May 2012, Jiangwan Scenic Spot carried out comprehensive environmental remediation work. The Jiangwan Scenic Area has built new tourist centers, ecological parking lots, star-rated tourist public toilets, garbage transfer stations, sewage treatment plants and other facilities, and opened tourist buses.
Jiangwan Scenic Area is located in Jiangwan Town, Wuyuan County, Shangrao City, Jiangxi Province. It is located in the northeast of Wuyuan County, 28 kilometers away from Wuyuan County and 96 kilometers away from Huangshan Mountain.
Wuyuan County is located in the mid-subtropical zone and has the characteristics of the East Asian monsoon region. The climate is mild, rainfall is abundant, the frost period is short, and the four seasons are distinct.
The average annual temperature is 16.8 °C, which is the highest in 1998 and 2006 at 17.9 °C, and the lowest in 16.6, 1976 and 1980. The hottest month in July, the monthly average temperature is 28.0 °C. The extreme maximum temperature of 41.0 ° C, appeared on August 28, 1967; the extreme minimum temperature of -11.0 ° C, appeared on January 16, 1967.
The average precipitation over the years is 1962.3 mm, of which the precipitation from January to June is increasing, and the trend is decreasing from July to December. The first half of the year is 69% of the precipitation in 2011. The April-June is the obvious rainy season. The rainfall is above 200-300 mm, accounting for 47.9% of the precipitation in 2011. The annual maximum precipitation was 3036.8 mm, which appeared in 1998. The monthly maximum precipitation was 970.4 mm, which appeared in July 1998. The rainfall distribution is more than four weeks, with less in the middle; more in the northeast and less in the southwest.
The perennial dominant wind direction is northeast wind, with an average wind speed of 1.5 m/s over the years; the extreme maximum instantaneous wind speed is above 40 m/s, appearing on August 13, 1965 and August 19, 1978.
Xiao Jiang Ancestral Hall
Xiaojiang Ancestral Hall, also known as Yongsi, is located in Zhankeng Village, Jiangwan Town, Wuyuan County, 32 kilometers from Wuyuan County and 2 kilometers from Jiangwan. It was built in the 6th year of Wanli in the Ming Dynasty (1587), and was later destroyed in the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom. Reconstructed in 1924 (the 13th year of the Republic of China) and was demolished during the Cultural Revolution. Xiaojiang Ancestral Hall has been hailed as the “best ancestral temple” among the 70 famous ancestral temples in the south of the Yangtze River. In September 2003, the third reconstruction. The singer is full of royal style, covers an area of 2,400 square meters, divided into front yard, front hall, Zhongtang, and back hall. The front yard is a spacious garden with a bluestone guardrail half-moon lotus pond. It has red fish, grass carp, army fish and other fish. The front hall is Wufenglou, Jiujiding, Wuchaomen and Yuelou. The shape is realistic; the Zhongtang thick beam and large column, the drum type stone foundation, the stone steps, the stone fence and the platform have their own characteristics. The plaques are beautiful and the meaning is profound; the back hall is higher than the front hall, and there is a pavilion to place the spirit card.
Jiang Yong Memorial Hall
The Jiangyong Memorial Hall is located at No. 58 Beimen Street, Jiangwan Town, Jiangwan Town, Wuyuan County. The Jiangyong Memorial Hall was renovated and opened in May 2002. The museum is divided into four parts: Zhongtang, Living Room (Accepted by the Hall), Nongmao Zhai, and the front of the church. They showcase Jiang Yong’s life stories, major works and performances, showcases, exhibits, and exhibits. The Jiangyong Memorial Hall became the memorial hall for historical and cultural celebrities of the first township office in Jiangxi Province. In order to commemorate Jiang Yong, the generation of Jiangwan’s generation of students, the Jiangwan Town Government paid a lot of money to buy the Huizhou-style Huizhou-style Huizhou-style building. The building and the former residence of Jiang Yong belong to the Qing Dynasty architecture of a period. The appearance is two buildings with the same structure and the same house. It is actually a family. In front of the house, there is a courtyard wall separated into small courtyards, and the ground is made up of blue cobblestones. The front door covers of both houses are embedded with quaint brickwork. Both the east and west houses are decorated with exquisite wood carvings. The three-opening room of the Western Unit was once used by the owner as a private school, and the teacher was asked to teach the children to study. It was because of its private room structure that it was finally selected as the Jiang Yong Memorial Hall.
The Three Provincial Hall is located in Jiangwan Scenic Area, Yunwan Road, Jiangwan Town, Wuyuan County, Shangrao City, Jiangxi Province. It is the ancestral home of Jiang Qian, an educator and Buddhist scholar in the late Qing Dynasty and the early Republic of China. The name of the verse is “The Analects of Confucius”, which means that the sons and grandsons remember the moral cultivation of “the three provinces of my country.”
Jiang Qian (1876 – 1946) word Yiyuan, No. Yang Fuju, educator and Buddhist scholar in the late Qing Dynasty and the early Republic of China. He once founded Tongzhou Normal School for Nantong Zhangsai, and later served as the president of Nanjing Higher Normal School and the Director of Education of Jiangsu Province. Outstanding achievements, Sun Yat-sen has awarded the third-class Jiahe chapter.
The Beidou Qixing Well is located in the Jiangwan Scenic Area of Jiangwan Town, Wuyuan County, Shangrao City, Jiangxi Province. The Beidou Qixing Well embodies the highest principle of Chinese Feng Shui in the “Heaven, Earth and People”, and the Liyuan River in the south is the Taiji Diagram “S” . In the early years of the Northern Song Dynasty, He Lingtong, a teacher of the Southern Tang Dynasty, came to live in the remnant of Jiangshan Lingshan, and exchanged with Xiaojiang Sixth Zujiang Wencai, and directed the Xiaojiang clan to move from the crater to the Fengshui Baodi Yunwan (now Jiangwan). . Under his guidance, Xiao Jiang’s ancestors used the highest principles of Feng Shui to transform the water environment, building layout, street direction, and mountain trend of Jiangwan. After the people moved to Yunwan, the people were increasingly prosperous and the Kedi was issued. The Beidou Qixing Well in the village is a model for the use of Feng Shui by the National Teacher. The four orientations of ancient China were “the former Suzaku after Xuanwu, Zuo Qinglong right white tiger”, while Jiangwan’s terrain is low in Xuanwu (Huilong Mountain), Suzaku (opposite Lushan) is high, and Suzaku is fire, that is to say The south is more prosperous and is a more unfavorable terrain. At that time, He Lingtong came up with the idea of digging seven wells in the village and distributing them according to the Big Dipper. The distribution of the Big Dipper is spoon-like. From then on, there is a spoon full of water and a spoonful of water in the village. The fire of the mountain is naturally stunned.
Jiangwan Town is a national 5A-level tourist scenic spot, a national-level cultural and eco-tourism scenic spot, and a patriotic education base in Jiangxi Province.
In 2013, Jiangwan was selected as the second batch of villages in the list of traditional Chinese villages.
On January 16, 2013, Jiangwan Scenic Spot was officially awarded the title of “National 5A-level Tourist Scenic Spot”, becoming the fifth 5A-level scenic spot in Jiangxi Province and the first village-level 5A scenic spot in Jiangxi Province.
In 2016, Jiangwan Town was selected as the first batch of towns with Chinese characteristics.
Jiangwan Separate Tickets: 60 RMB; Adult Pass: 210 RMB, valid for 5 days (pass includes 14 attractions: Likeng, Jiangwan, Wangkou, Wolong Valley Natural Oxygen Bar, Jiangling, Lingyan Scenic Area, Baizhu Zongtang, Sixiyan Village, Yantian Ancient Temple, Wengong Mountain, Shicheng, Rainbow Bridge, Xiaoqi, Wuhu), student ticket half price 105 yuan.
Free of charge: active military personnel can enjoy free tickets with the “People’s Liberation Army Officer Certificate” or the Armed Police “Police Officer Card”;
The reporter can enjoy the free ticket by the “Reporter Card” and “Photojournalist Certificate” issued by the General Administration of Press and Publication or the General Administration of Broadcasting and Television;
Members of the Photographers Association, with the National Photographers Association membership card, can enjoy free tickets;
Older people aged 65 and over can enjoy free tickets with their ID card;
With group tour guides and travel agency managers, you can enjoy free tickets with the national tour guide IC card certificate and general manager qualification certificate;
Children under 1.2 metres in height can enjoy free tickets;
Persons with disabilities, with the “People’s Republic of China Disabled Person’s License” to enjoy the preferential ticket, holders of disabled persons with one to four disabilities issued by the National Disabled Persons’ Federation can enjoy free tickets.
Offer target: full-time enrollment in school undergraduate, junior college, technical secondary school, junior high school, vocational technical school, primary school students, enjoy a 50% discount on their student ID card;
50% discount for children from 1.2m to 1.5m;
The elderly are 60 years old (including 60 years old) – 65 years old, with a 50% discount on their ID card.