Quixian Qushi Manor is located in the 9th group of Shilefang Village, Fangdong Town, Luxian County, 15 kilometers from Luxian County. The Qu Shi Manor was founded in 1809 (During a light years in Jiaqing in the Qing Dynasty) in 1809, and it was perfect for 1916. After the creation of Qu’s generation, when Qu Hengsheng, the entire manor building has been improved. The manor is southwest to northeast, with a large scale, covering more than 30 acres. There are 3 floors of inside and outside walls. There are 48 flower halls and patios in the manor. There are more than 180 houses, and there are studios, Buddhist temples, gold and silver storage, Phoenix well (formerly known as Lotus well), inner garden, outer garden, back garden, pool, gazebo, tennis court, horse race, horse race Field and so on.


Recently, the experts of the Centers for Cultural and Tourism Resources of Luxian County rated the Qu’s Manor Museum as a fifth -level tourism resource.

At the beginning of the construction of the park, the owners of the manor not only considered the house to meet each other, but also the anti -fire function of the bandit. The entire building is radiated by the middle hall as the center, which is scattered and concentrated. The four towers are built in the four corners, and you can overlook the entire manor ascended to the building. One thing, as long as you shot, shout, and smoke on the tower, you can save other places. This quaint and luxurious and well -protected landlord manor is a national key cultural relics protection unit.


Qu’s Manor is a typical defensive residential house. It uses traditional Chinese buildings as its main features and some Chinese and Western integration elements. The construction scale is large, the layout is rigorous, the primary and secondary, the orderly opening and closing, and echoing each other. The manor is a mixed construction of bucket wooden structures, soil base structures, and masonry structures.

Qu’s Manor reflects the form of life and style of the upper society of the Qing Dynasty and modern Sichuan. It also reflects the social and economic conditions, social development and changes of modern Luxian County. It is a side shadow of rural China in modern times and a materialized lifestyle of the Qu family. Therefore, it has important value in modern history research, and provides important analysis places for understanding and studying Sichuan’s modern society, economy, culture, architecture, and folk customs. It has certain value in many aspects such as architectural research, aesthetics, multiculturalism, and patriotism education.

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