Fujian Tulou in China
Fujian Tulou is a property of 46 buildings constructed between the 15th and 20th centuries over 120 km in south-west of Fujian province, inland from the Taiwan Strait. They were built for defence purposes around a central open courtyard with only one entrance and windows to the outside only above the first floor. Housing a whole clan, the houses functioned as village units. In 2008 it was added to the UNESCO WHS list.
You can see more info in the UNESCO site.
Xiaoshang Bridge at Linying
Thanks to Ran for this one.
Luogu Lane, Beijing
Thanks to Xing Dan for this card, it shows the Luogo Lane in Beijing. I guess it is landmark over there.
Dragon Head Cliff, Mount Lushan
Thanks to Chintung for sending me this card.
The Ancient Theatrical Building, Bozhou City
Many thanks to Yuhan for this nice card.
Southern Dynasties, 420 – 589
With an inner diameter of 0.84 m and a remaining depth of 3.04 m, the casing of the well is built with rectangular bricks which are laid vertically and horizontally in alternate order in different layers. The bottom of the well is also packed with bricks.