Long Tian Seku, Longgang District, Shenzhen, China
Add: Tian Duanxin Village, Kengzi Town, Longgang District, Shenzhen
By bus: take 380 to Kengzi Town Government
Longtian Seku, located in Tian Duanxin Village of Kengzi Town, is one of the most complete Hakka residences retained in Longgang district. It’s built in a distinctive architectural style. There is moat pond in front of the court, where the semi-circular river bank and outside wall forms a “Turtle –like” pattern, which is very rare among the Old Residence of Kejia Nationality in various cities. Long Tian Seku is built in the Daoguang 17th Qing dynasty (1837) by Huang Tribes emigrating from Mei City, which is famous for its grand scale and momentum, the internal structure of rigorous. In 1987, Long Tian Seku was listed by Bao’an County as the first batch of key cultural relic protection units.
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