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 Chieftain Mansion

Chieftain Mansion is the residence of chieftains. This is a mansion of four yards, which is restored according to the architectural style of the mansion of Chieftain Li Wen appearing in Huzhu of Qinghai during the Tianshun period in the Ming Dynasty. The first yard is the office area of chieftains, where there are the formal seat of chieftains, arms racks and instruments of torture. Here, you also can enjoy the scene play performed with Qinghai dialect about a chieftain's settling a lawsuit. Many tourists have been deeply impressed with this humorous play. There are the private adviser's residence and the steward's residence respectively in the east and the west of the second yard. The private adviser's residence in the east is equipped with a bed, a wooden moon gate, a study, a reception room and main hall, sending out rich scholar atmosphere and reflecting the wealth of the Chieftain Mansion and the attention of the chieftains at that time to culture. The layout of the steward's residence in the west is basically similar with that of the private adviser's residence. The third yard is the residence of chieftains, and the two-story south-facing building is the chieftain building. The whole building is exquisite, beautiful, luxury and elegant with lively sculpture. It is not difficult to make out that chieftains at that time had dignified social status in the areas under their jurisdiction. The fourth yard is the back garden of the Chieftain Mansion. The northern house was used as the guest room for the visiting local officials or relatives and friends to have a rest, while the western house was used to store the chieftain's transport means and harness and now it has evolved into a display room. On the sides of the back gate, there are horse-riding stones and hitching posts.

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