The park, which covers an area of 32 hectares, consists of Baogong’s Tomb and Pure Wind Pavilion, commemorating the well-known Song Dynasty official, Bao Zheng. The landscape along the Baohe River is one of Hefei’s most scenic sights.
The 20-hectare garden features replicas of key cultural and historical landmarks from all 17 cities of Anhui province.
This Tang Dynasty Buddhist temple boasts 1,500 years of history. More than 30 Buddha statues lie within the state-protected complex.
Li Hongzhang’s Former Residence
Li Hongzhang, who was born in Hefei in 1823, is known as the first dignitary to advocate an open-door policy for China. Li was in charge of both domestic and foreign affairs during the Qing Dynasty. His former home on Huaihe Road, built in typical late Qing style, is the largest existing and best preserved residence of a historical figure in Hefei.