In the old city of Beijing, there is the last masterpiece of ancient Chinese capital architecture, condensing the culture of a long and ancient nation. An alley in the old city is very famous, it is Juer Hutong. This alley with blue bricks and red eaves is elegant and simple, like the same beautiful scenery, inlaid in the ancient Beijing city.
Juer Hutong, which belongs to Zhaohui Jinggongfang in the Ming Dynasty, is called Juer Hutong. The Qing Dynasty was set with a yellow flag. It was called Juer Hutong in Qianlong. Orange, two notes. Read "Jie"; read "Orange". Tangerine is the vulgar writing of tangerine. When the latter is here, it is called Juer Hutong in Xuantong. After the Republic of China said. In 1965, the place name was reorganized and renamed as the south crossing of the crossing. The "Cultural Revolution" was once renamed the Eight Great Leap Forward Roads, and then restored to its original name. In 1979, Xiaojuer Hutong was merged, and it was renamed Juer Hutong.
From Nanluoguxiang, you can go to Juer Hutong nearby. This area is already Beijing's Dongcheng, and the heaviest place is here. The most sedimentary parts of Beijing's old city culture are presented here in the form of architecture, and each hutong here has a prominent past and trembling stories. For example, Dongcheng Juer Hutong Nos. 3, 5 and 7 are the residences of Rong Lu, Minister of Guangxu of the Qing Dynasty. No. 3 is the shrine, No. 5 is the residence, and No. 7 is the garden. Rong Lu later moved to Dongchang Hutong. Later, on the 7th, he was the ambassador of Afghanistan. 41 was originally a temple. According to rumors, the monk Kaishan in the temple was the monk's replacement monk.
Beginning in 1978, the Tsinghua Urban Planning Teaching and Research Group led by Mr. Wu Liangzhen conducted a series of studies on the renovation of the old city of Beijing. In 1987, Juer Hutong No. 41 was selected as a pilot. The newly built houses in Juer Hutong have won awards for their architectural features. Over the years, a large number of foreigners who like Beijing or have just arrived in Beijing have gradually gathered. Friends here live in France, the United States, Italy, Germany, Finland and more.
The city is developing rapidly with each passing day, and the charm of the ancient capital still flows between the ancient streets and red walls and yellow tiles. The fascinating and glorious Ju'er Hutong, swaying in history and reality, blooms in the ancient Beijing city like a building flower from the past, expressing the cultural confidence that Chinese architecture should have, and is known as the Chinese architectural community. A wonderful work.