This family mansion is where the descendants of Confucius once lived. It is now a museum and part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The complex is rather huge, with many halls and pavilions, some of them being converted as shops. There are short Chinese and English explanation posted at each hall/pavilion.
I must admit the architecture design all look the same. For some, it may be a great place to appreciate Chinese history and Confucianism. For me, I am basically lost in this huge complex. Need a guide to appreciate the details.
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