A great number of people visit Yunqiu Mountain per year for its temple fair and the Zhonghe Festival.
Xiamen village is in the city of Jinzhong, Shanxi province, nine kilometers away from the southwest of Lingshi county.
Encircled by mountains and rivers, Xucun village in Heshun county, North China’s Shanxi province has only 420 households with 1,370 villagers.
Xiwan village is like a big compound linked by a row of small courtyards. Today there are over 30 intact courtyards in the village.
Yanjing village sits in the south of Wanrong county, North China’s Shanxi province. Alleys, houses and temples with a history of hundred years are scattered everywhere in the village.
Ancient courtyards and shops from the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing dynasties (1644-1911) are common in Zhijiao village, 25 km away from the downtown of Jincheng city, Shanxi province.
Dunchun village, historically hailed as the top village in Shanxi province, is located in the city of Xinzhou, Shanxi province.
The village has a history of over 700 years. The local lifestyle, which dates back to the late Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), as well as traditional production modes, are still practiced in the village.
In the ancient time, eleven emperors have visited the village, which also attracted many famous poets and scholars from the Western Han Dynasty (202BC-9AD) to the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911).
For tourists to Censhan town in Shanxi province, Wanghuagou village may seem like a castle in the air from the distance. Wanghuagou was built between cliffs in the Guancen Mountains. It is also called Xuankong village, which means village hanging in the air.