Anping Bridge is a Song dynasty stone beam bridge in China's #Fujian province. It is 2,070 metres (1.29 mi) long.The bridge is also known as the Wuli Bridge , literally Five Li Bridge because its length is about 5 li, where a li is about 500 meters or 0.3 miles. It is a nationally protected historic site registered with the State Administration of Cultural Heritage.

China - Anping Bridge is a Song Dynasty stone beam bridge in China's Fujian province. It is metres mi) long. It is also known as the Wuli Bridge (literally Five Li Bridge) because its length is about 5 li, where a li is about 500 meters or miles.

Kaifeng, Henan province, People's Republic of China. It was once the capital of the Northern Song Dynasty.

Kaifeng, Henan province, People's Republic of China. It was once the capital of the Northern Song Dynasty.

Daxu Old Town, a 2000-year-old town with well preserved traditional Chinese architectures and shiny stone streets in Nanning, Guangxi, China.

Daxu Old Town, a town with well preserved traditional Chinese architectures and shiny stone streets in Nanning, Guangxi, China.

This is a painting entitled Auspicious Cranes by Huizong of Song (1082-1135) a Chinese emperor and painter during Song Dynasty.

Auspicious Cranes Detail from a handscroll Possibly by Emperor Huizong China, about 1112 © Liaoning Provincial Museum Collection.

China. rice hats. all made in china. crowds. paradoxes. surprises. ancient times. extreme modernity. beautiful. aggressive yet peaceful. legends. understanding and respect needed. forbidden city. Shanghai. Hong Kong. rice fields, the Great wall of china. Indiana Jones like adventure with restrictions

Yuelu Academy, a private college established during the Northern Song dynasty - in Changsha, Hunan.

This Rainbow Bridge, built by a NOVA team of experts, was modeled after one designed during the Song Dynasty. Enlarge

This Rainbow Bridge, built by a NOVA team of experts, was modeled after one designed during the Song Dynasty.

The Iron Pagoda of Kaifeng, built in 1049 during the Song Dynasty. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Iron Pagoda of Kaifeng, Song Dynasty China, built in 1049 during the reign of Emperor Renzong of Song.

Awesome handle on this "Rare 'yingqing' (shadow blue) double-gourd-shaped Vase" (?), Southern Song Dynasty c. 1127-1279 China.

Awesome handle on this "Rare 'yingqing' (shadow blue) double-gourd-shaped Vase" (?), Southern Song Dynasty c. McPhillips McPhillips Hooten and Flynn Flynn Copeland

The Confucian Temple (Wenmiao) in Deyang, Sichuan Province, is the most well-preserved ancient architectural complex dedicated to Confucius in the city proper. It was first built in 1206 during the Southern Song Dynasty.

The Confucian Temple (Wenmiao) in Deyang, Sichuan Province, is the most well-preserved ancient architectural complex dedicated to Confucius in the city proper. It was first built in 1206 during the Southern Song Dynasty.

Located outside the walls of Xian's ancient city is the Eight Immortals Temple. The temple is the largest Taoist temple in Xian and also the most famous Taoist Temple in northwest China. Records indicate that the temple was first constructed during the Song Dynasty (960-1279) and has been enlarged and remodeled during successive dynasties. The main buildings were all built during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). The temple is named after the most famous eight immortals of the Taoist faith.

The Eight Immortals Temple is the largest Taoist temple in Xian and also the most famous Taoist Temple in northwest China.

Traditional Chinese Architecture: Song Dynasty Corner Bracket Set Demo

Traditional Chinese Architecture: Song Dynasty Corner Bracket Set Demo

Chinese pagodas

The Lingxiao Pagoda of Zhengding, Hebei Province, a half-brick half-wooden pagoda built in 1045 AD, with little change in renovations since.

江西 赣州古浮橋                                                      Pontoon bridges have been constructed over the Zhang and Gong rivers since the Song Dynasty (960-1279), Ganzhou, Jiangxi, China

China's Wood Boats Bridge 江西 赣州古浮橋 Pontoon bridges have been constructed over the Zhang and Gong rivers since the Song Dynasty Ganzhou, Jiangxi, China

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