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Jiashan County, Zhejiang Province, China.

Xitang (Chinese: 西塘) is an ancient scenic town in Jiashan County, Zhejiang Province, China. Photo by Ming G

"Ancient Streets of Huanglongxi" - Sichuan Province, #China

"Ancient Streets of Huanglongxi" - Sichuan Province,

Part of the Xitang series.

The last photo of Xitang , the beautiful water village.

西塘 also contains numerous antique residences and temples, such as the Temple of the Seven Masters. The town keeps a tranquil ambience and scenic beauty, making it a very popular tourist attraction. It is frequently depicted in Chinese landscape painting.  Xitang locations were featured in the final sequences of the motion picture Mission: Impossible III.

西塘 also contains numerous antique residences and temples, such as the Temple of the Seven Masters. The town keeps a tranquil ambience and scenic beauty, making it a very popular tourist attraction. It is frequently depicted in Chinese landscape painting. Xitang locations were featured in the final sequences of the motion picture Mission: Impossible III.

Fishing With a Scenic View by Agustin Rafael Reyes on 500px

Fishing With a Scenic View by Agustin Rafael Reyes on

Xitang: China Ancient Town in Jiaxing, Zhejiang

Xitang: China Ancient Town in Jiaxing, Zhejiang

Shiloh, Tennessee.

Soon I'll make it to Mississippi. But first I need to cover the Battle of Shiloh in Tennessee.

Xitang --- An ancient scenic town in Jiashan County, Zhejiang Province, China. Its history dates back to at least the Spring and Autumn Period (771 until 476 BC)  when it was located at the border of the State of Yue and Wu.  Xitang is a water town crisscrossed by nine rivers. The town stretches across eight sections, linked by old-fashioned stone bridges.

Xitang --- An ancient scenic town in Jiashan County, Zhejiang Province, China. Its history dates back to at least the Spring and Autumn Period (771 until 476 BC) when it was located at the border of the State of Yue and Wu. Xitang is a water town crisscrossed by nine rivers. The town stretches across eight sections, linked by old-fashioned stone bridges.

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