Humble Adiministrator's Garden

The Humbel Administrator's Garden, one of China's four most famous gardens, built in 1509 during the Ming Dynasty, covering about 52,000 square meters, is the largest and most renowned. Due to its unique designs and ethereal beauty, the garden has acquired many special honors. It is listed as a World Cultural Heritage site and has also been designated as one of the Cultural Relics of National Importance under the Protection of the State as well as a Special Tourist Attraction of China. The garden consists of Eastern, Central and Western sections as well as some residences of the former owners.
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