The Humble Administrator’s Garden was built in the early years of Zhengde in the Ming Dynasty (in the early sixteenth century), with a history of over 500 years. It is one of the representative works of classical gardens south of the Yangtze River. The Humble Administrator’s Garden was listed as National Key Cultural Relics Protection Unit by the State Council in 1961, known as “Four Famous Gardens” in China

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The Mountain in View Building stands across water from the Snow Fragrance Abundant Clouds Pavilion on the east. Southeast of the building across the pond lies the Lotus Breeze on Four Sides Pavilion. What a lovely picturesque composition!
 
 
The Mountain in View Building stands across water from the Snow Fragrance Abundant Clouds Pavilion on the east. Southeast of the building across the pond lies the Lotus Breeze on Four Sides Pavilion. What a lovely picturesque composition!

The Mountain in View Building stands across water from the Snow Fragrance Abundant Clouds Pavilion on the east. Southeast of the building across the pond lies the Lotus Breeze on Four Sides Pavilion. What a lovely picturesque composition!

 
 
The Mountain in View Building stands across water from the Snow Fragrance Abundant Clouds Pavilion on the east. Southeast of the building across the pond lies the Lotus Breeze on Four Sides Pavilion. What a lovely picturesque composition!

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