Lihuawu (Pear Blossom Garden) is located at Xinxi Village in the southwest of Baoshan City. It's locally called "the Big Pear Garden". In 1644, Wang Hongzuo who was a local working as the vice minister of Revenue Ministry in the Qing Dynasty sponsored to construct Lihuawu. Lihuawu later underwent several renovations to include archaized architectures such as Guanyin (Goddess of Mercy) Hall, Puti (bodhi) Pavilion, Weituo (Vedda) Hall, Lotus Pond, Dizang (Bodhisattva Ksitigarbha) Hall, Wensu (Bodhisattva Manjusri) Pavilion and Jingang Pagoda etc. Additionally, there are quite a few plaques and couplets inscribed by men of letters in both ancient and modern times. Lihuawu is known for its serenity and pleasant sceneries. Its vegetarian dishes enjoy a wide fame in Baoshan area and are always preferred by visitors.
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