From Zhujiajian to Ningbo, it was our last stop. We stayed one night, visited the night view of the landmark Tianyi Square in Ningbo, and tasted the authentic Ningbo dumplings and dishes. The next morning we visited the "Tianyi Pavilion" and also experienced the comfortable subway in Ningbo. Returning home in the afternoon, in fact, there should be a lot of places to play in Ningbo. Unfortunately, I don't have enough time, so I will use it as an excuse to go to Ningbo next time.
Tianyi Pavilion is located in Tianyi Street, west of Yuehu Lake, Ningbo City, Zhejiang Province, China. It is the oldest private library in China. Tianyi Pavilion was built in the 40th year of Jiajing in the Ming Dynasty (1561) and was presided over by the right soldier Lang Fanqin at the time. It not only collected a large number of precious books and classics, but also had a significant impact on the construction of other collections in later generations. Tianyi Pavilion once had more than 70,000 volumes of books, but in modern times, due to corruption, theft and natural damage, only 13,000 volumes of books remain. After the founding of the People's Republic of China, through visits and fundraising, books reached 300,000 volumes. In 1982, Tianyi Pavilion was announced by the State Council of the People's Republic of China as one of the second batch of national key cultural relics protection units.
Ningbo's subway is very crowded and comfortable
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