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  • Lanrui Hall

    Lanrui Hall, which was removed into the Square Pagoda Garden in 1984, is a construction of the Ming Dynasty though the exact time when it was built is unknown. Many beams and posts of the simple and elegant hall are made of nanmu, so it is also named Nanmu Hall. The hall was the residence of Zhuchun, a grand coordinator of Jiangxi in the Qing Dynasty and so it is also known as the Zhu's Hall. The board "Lanrui Hall" hung in the hall, which was inscribed by Zhang Xianghe°™a calligrapher of the Qing Dynasty, was damaged before and is not in the existence today.

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