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210-2 South Xiatang Street
The building was built in the early days of liberation, located on the east bank of the ancient canal, facing the river, with a three-bay traditional wooden structure, white and gray brick walls, and a small green tile roof. There is a courtyard in front, the entrance is a brick carved gatehouse, the building is three stories high, the second and third floors along the river façade gradually retreat, the two sides are the five-mountain screen wall, the ridge is the ridge of the grained head, and there is a ruyi pattern in the middle, which reflects the architectural characteristics and construction technology of Wuxi's traditional waterfront houses, and has certain historical and cultural value.
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[return >>>] Historical buildings in Wuxi: the ancient canal side of the South Long Street series, with certain or high historical and cultural value. Now many of them have been rented out by the relevant departments, changed their names and turned into various commercial facades. 😐
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