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[Canal City·Ningbo·3] Tianyi Pavilion on the Grand Canal 2013-12-19


During the Jiajing Period of Tianyige, Fan Qin had a Tianyichichi in front of the library building, which communicated with the important waters of the Grand Canal in the Ningband. This book building is very close to the Wangjing Gate, and the Xitang River flowing down the Wangjing Gate is an extremely important part of the Grand Canal. Since the day of its completion, Tianyi Pavilion is destined to rest with the Grand Canal. Ningbo is the mouth of the Grand Canal. Due to the Tianyi Pavilion, this mileage has released the faint scent of other canal segments. There are more than 300,000 volumes of ancient books in the Tianyige New Bookstore, among which the Ming Dynasty is the most famous, and the collection ranks the highest in the country. These Ming dynasty records more about the geographical location of the Grand Canal, the cross-strait customs and historical changes, and become an important material for people to understand the texture of the Grand Canal. Contemporary Tianyi Pavilion inherited the tradition of Fan Qin's collection of local chronicles. There is an ancient building named Shuibei Pavilion in the South Garden. It was originally the library building of the Qing Dynasty Fang Zhixu Xu Shidong. After the relocation to Tianyi Pavilion, it was It has been established as a “China Local History Collection”, which is a collection of newly edited local records published throughout the country. Today, the collection volume is among the best in China. There are many tens of thousands of new repairs, including transportation, water conservancy and river ethics. These essays faithfully record the rivers change, transportation and water conservancy facilities of the Grand Canal in recent decades. There are more than 170 kinds of monuments in the tomb of the Tianyi Pavilion, which is called "Mingzhou Beilin". The Yuan Dynasty was the era of great prosperity for the transportation of grain and grain, and Qingyuan (now Ningbo) was in the forefront of transportation of grain and sea. "Qingyuan Shaoxing Shipping Daluhua Chi thousand households record" said that "the land and water are both blocked, the people are weak. I am a king of the mixed area, the creation of the sea, taking the southeast and the seas of the counties to the real Beijing," It was the first testimony of the change of the grain transportation from the canal to the sea in the Yuan Dynasty. The same as the inscription on the inscriptions of the Yuan Dynasty, the "Movement of Haidao Duyun Wan Wan House", said that "there is a Qing Dynasty, the Qing Dynasty is the capital of the city, and the new and the new ones are added". It can be seen that the Haidao Duyun Wan Wan House was built in Qingyuan. Based on the Shaoxing Shipping 1000 households, the scale has been significantly expanded. These inscriptions are the witnesses of the developed trans-shipment business of the Qinghai Port in the Yuan Dynasty, and the "Fengxian Leshi" monument of Zhenhai Zhapu Old Street and the "Tiongtian Tianhou Palace Inscription" of the Qing'an Guild Hall are all Canal Water Conservancy. Shipping inscriptions. As the genetic code left over from the Grand Canal, people are waiting to uncover the mysteries. While transporting grain and north-south products, the Grand Canal also exports a special commodity, a book. Tianyi Pavilion is famous for its collections. It is transported to Japan, Korea and other places by the official envoys, monks, scholars and booksellers through the Grand Canal and the vast ocean. It is still preserved in the Jingjiatang Library, the Library of Congress and other institutions. Due to the generous donation of Zhadongqing, Feng Mengfu, Sun Dianguan and other Zhedong collections, Tianyi Pavilion has a large collection of books such as "and engravings" and "Gao Li engravings" from Japan and Korea. This two-way channel of cultural exchange is called the road of sea books by the academic community. On this road full of books, there are both the salty taste of rivers and seas, as well as the exchanges and collisions of different cultures. Tianyi Pavilion is like a book of the Grand Canal. If the Grand Canal loses Tianyi Pavilion, the memory of the Grand Canal will be an incomplete memory. The Grand Canal is like a friend of Tianyi Pavilion. After listening to the reading sounds of more than 440 years, it will surely flow with Tianyi Pavilion to a hopeful future.