Kang million estate
Category: Cultural Museum
Kang million manor is a representative of the feudal fortress-like buildings on the Loess Plateau in North China in the 17th and 18th centuries. It is backed by Laoshan Mountain and faces Luoshui. It is a large-scale landowner's estate integrating farming, government, and business into a comprehensive system, complete functions, layout, and strict hierarchy. It is one of the three largest estates in the country and is known as The spiritual home of Yushang, a model of ancient construction in the Central Plains. In the design, on the basis of respecting the original building group and space layout, in accordance with the principle of restoring the original appearance of life, follow the principle of "repairing the old," and try to restore the original materials, colors, original state, and original objects as much as possible. Restore the historical features of Kang Million Manor.