As far as I know, it is their place of residence. Films were made and fires were made. The tourism bureau moved the local villagers to nearby villages, where tourism was developed. Local people are very enthusiastic (that is, they don't understand well), unlike the big cities, they are not willing to pay the price if they don't understand it, and they don't want to buy it after asking, (will they become unknown later). All the goods sold outside and inside the entrance are local dried mountain goods. The price is not very high. If necessary, they buy some. Tofu brains, noodles and sugar gourds are all good. It's really an ancient village. Students are suitable to go.
Jingtanggucun - located in the south of Wangfu Street Office, 15 kilometers southwest of Qingzhou District, Weifang City, Shandong Province. It is a well-preserved ancient village with Ming Dynasty architectural features after more than 600 years of vicissitudes. It is a famous historical and cultural village at the provincial level and the most beautiful ancient village in China.
This ancient village is good, good, primitive style, stone erection. Many trees. The villagers in this village are simple and kind. Many people in this village sell things and are not expensive. And you can enjoy the customs of ancient villages. Among them, that tofu is delicious and original. Also, the mountains are not high, but there are many people. Don't miss every family's words. It's about three hours. For dinner, the farm food is delicious and the price is OK. Red sorghum shooting site. Then, the ticket is 40 people and the student is half-price. This price is not expensive. I found that the words of local people in Qingzhou are free, which the Qingzhou government has done well. The price for outsiders is moderate. This ancient village is good, and it's not tired to play. Local customs, a feeling.
At the weekend, Linqu, Qingzhou, took a two-day self-driving tour. Jingtang Ancient Village, more than 20 kilometers away from Qingzhou City, broke away from the noise of the world. A quiet, primitive and simple village, persimmon trees, hawthorns and Qingshifang are worth visiting.
The scenic spot can only be said to be a very small scenic spot. It is worth seeing along the way, but it is not worth doing. To go to Qingzhou to see along the way, the tickets are very cheap and expensive. Maybe no one will come. There are many vendors selling specialty products everywhere. This makes the scenic spot discolored.
D1: Jingtang village, Qingzhou Museum, Songcheng, October. We have eight days in October this year. We choose 7 outing. Well Tong village is really worth visiting, and the sky is very strong. We have a very good day in Jingtang ancient village.
It's worth a visit. For more than 500 years, the city wall ruins are primitively presented, preserved fairly well, the folkways are simple, and it is more convenient to drive into the scenic spot.
Running to the place where Red Sorghum was filmed, it is really an ancient village. After so many years of baptism, the house is dilapidated, but we have to lament the wisdom of the ancients! What is more touching is that the local villagers are very simple, honest, willing to help others and sponsor one. If you are tired, you can come here to relax and feel the quiet beauty of the village.
Jingtang Ancient Village is located 15 kilometers southwest of Qingzhou City, Weifang City, Shandong Province. It is an ancient village which has gone through more than 500 years of vicissitudes and storms, and is still well preserved in the architectural style of the Ming Dynasty. Jingtang Ancient Village was founded in 1456 in Jingtai, Ming Dynasty. The village has a clear spring under the Southeast Samao Mountain, which never dries up all the year round, forming a pond. Villagers build the pond into a well by masonry, and the name of the village comes from it. This spring is the source of Nanyang River, the mother river of Qingzhou.
The old materials of ancient tribes in the Ming Dynasty and the shooting scene of Red Sorghum in movies and TV give people the feeling of old trees and new branches.