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Photo shows the Fujian Tulou, earth buildings in Chinese, in southeast China's Fujian Province. Built on a base of stone, the thick walls of Tulou were packed with dirt and fortified with wood or bamboo internally. The architectural arts of the Fujian Tulou can be traced back nearly 1,000 years, and their design incorporates the tradition of fengshui (favorable siting within the environment).(Xinhua Photo)


Photo shows the Fujian Tulou, earth buildings in Chinese, in southeast China's Fujian Province. Built on a base of stone, the thick walls of Tulou were packed with dirt and fortified with wood or bamboo internally. The architectural arts of the Fujian Tulou can be traced back nearly 1,000 years, and their design incorporates the tradition of fengshui (favorable siting within the environment).(Xinhua Photo)


Photo shows the Fujian Tulou, earth buildings in Chinese, in southeast China's Fujian Province. Built on a base of stone, the thick walls of Tulou were packed with dirt and fortified with wood or bamboo internally. The architectural arts of the Fujian Tulou can be traced back nearly 1,000 years, and their design incorporates the tradition of fengshui (favorable siting within the environment).(Xinhua Photo)

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Photo shows the Fujian Tulou, earth buildings in Chinese, in southeast China's Fujian Province. Built on a base of stone, the thick walls of Tulou were packed with dirt and fortified with wood or bamboo internally. The architectural arts of the Fujian Tulou can be traced back nearly 1,000 years, and their design incorporates the tradition of fengshui (favorable siting within the environment).(Xinhua Photo)


Photo shows the Fujian Tulou, earth buildings in Chinese, in southeast China's Fujian Province. Built on a base of stone, the thick walls of Tulou were packed with dirt and fortified with wood or bamboo internally. The architectural arts of the Fujian Tulou can be traced back nearly 1,000 years, and their design incorporates the tradition of fengshui (favorable siting within the environment).(Xinhua Photo)


Photo shows the Fujian Tulou, earth buildings in Chinese, in southeast China's Fujian Province. Built on a base of stone, the thick walls of Tulou were packed with dirt and fortified with wood or bamboo internally. The architectural arts of the Fujian Tulou can be traced back nearly 1,000 years, and their design incorporates the tradition of fengshui (favorable siting within the environment).(Xinhua Photo)

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Photo shows the Fujian Tulou, earth buildings in Chinese, in southeast China's Fujian Province. Built on a base of stone, the thick walls of Tulou were packed with dirt and fortified with wood or bamboo internally. The architectural arts of the Fujian Tulou can be traced back nearly 1,000 years, and their design incorporates the tradition of fengshui (favorable siting within the environment).(Xinhua Photo)


Photo shows the Fujian Tulou, earth buildings in Chinese, in southeast China's Fujian Province. Built on a base of stone, the thick walls of Tulou were packed with dirt and fortified with wood or bamboo internally. The architectural arts of the Fujian Tulou can be traced back nearly 1,000 years, and their design incorporates the tradition of fengshui (favorable siting within the environment).(Xinhua Photo)

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Post time 2012-4-20 10:03:42 |Display all floors
nice shot

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Post time 2012-4-20 11:09:40 |Display all floors
we decide to pay a visit to this amazing place on May 1st.

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Post time 2012-4-20 13:07:19 |Display all floors
Yeah, it seems feel very beantifull! maybe,the sight will be worth to visit!

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Wonderful places in China

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