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Fuyang intro. Fuyang city was established during the Qin Dynasty, over two millennia ago. Two feng shui towers were built in the southeastern part of the city to spiritually increase the city's literary strength; Kuixing Tower at the city wall's southeast corner, and Wenfeng Pagoda on Yingzhou Lu in downtown Fuyang. A daytrip to a nearby printing village can be arranged via Fuyang hotels, where visitors can witness the process of making paper from bamboo pulp and experiment with woodblock printing. The natural attractions surrounding the city, including Nanhu Park and Zhangzhuang Park, are among tourists' favourite destinations. The harmony of manmade and natural architecture found at Yingzhou's West Lake makes for a lovely day strolling through antique buildings, serene gardens and stele forests. The thousands of households that make up Longmen Ancient Town, inhabited by Sun Quan's descendants for over 60 generations, have turned this former imperial residence into a unique site of ancestral heritage. The Qing architecture of the town's landmarks, including Sun Temple, Yi Gate, and the many public halls, has been exceptionally maintained by the family. This ancient town, particularly scenic around the Changjiang River, is the cultural highlight of Fuyang.
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