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Xanadu palace of the Emperor Qianlong of Qing Dynasty & the Corridor of Stone Steles

       The palace was the Qianlong emperor's temporary dwelling during southern tour in Qing dynasty, which was also called Yunlong Mountain Palace. It was planed and built by Yin Jishan, the Governor of Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces.

       Qianlong came to Xuzhou four times and lodged here three times. His main purpose was to inspect the quality of Yellow River protector masonry project. At that time the palace had a grand scale, south from Yunlong mountain, north to Tushan tomb, east with Yu bridge, west to Zhongshan Road. Now only main hall left. And showed hundred pieces of past dynasties stone inscription tablet at east side.

       The palace is the key cultural relics protection unit of Jiangsu province.


       Chinese calligraphy is the outstanding cultural heritage and the precious treasure of art in China.

       These stone tablets were collected by Mr. Yang Yingquan in Qing dynasty. The style of calligraphists are different like flowers to outshine each other, such as Ouyang Xun, Yu Shinan, Tan Pan, Su Shi, Mi Fu and Yue Fei.

       The inscription of stone tablets were carved by experienced artificers. They are the competitive products of stone tablet art of China.