PHOTOS Yutou ethnic Dong village in China's Hunan

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Yutou ethnic Dong village in China's Hunan

China.org.cn

15:51, July 11, 2018

Photo shows the view of the Yutou ethnic Dong village in Tongdao Dong Autonomous County of central China's Hunan Province. Architectural style buildings dating back to the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties have been well-preserved in the village, which were built between the years of 1368 and 1398, according to the archaeologists. There are currently 182 ethnic Dong families living in the village. [China.org.cn]

Photo shows the view of the Yutou ethnic Dong village in Tongdao Dong Autonomous County of central China's Hunan Province. Architectural style buildings dating back to the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties have been well-preserved in the village, which were built between the years of 1368 and 1398, according to the archaeologists. There are currently 182 ethnic Dong families living in the village. [China.org.cn]

Photo shows the view of the Yutou ethnic Dong village in Tongdao Dong Autonomous County of central China's Hunan Province. Architectural style buildings dating back to the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties have been well-preserved in the village, which were built between the years of 1368 and 1398, according to the archaeologists. There are currently 182 ethnic Dong families living in the village. [China.org.cn]

Photo shows the view of the Yutou ethnic Dong village in Tongdao Dong Autonomous County of central China's Hunan Province. Architectural style buildings dating back to the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties have been well-preserved in the village, which were built between the years of 1368 and 1398, according to the archaeologists. There are currently 182 ethnic Dong families living in the village. [China.org.cn]

Photo shows the view of the Yutou ethnic Dong village in Tongdao Dong Autonomous County of central China's Hunan Province. Architectural style buildings dating back to the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties have been well-preserved in the village, which were built between the years of 1368 and 1398, according to the archaeologists. There are currently 182 ethnic Dong families living in the village. [China.org.cn]

Photo shows the view of the Yutou ethnic Dong village in Tongdao Dong Autonomous County of central China's Hunan Province. Architectural style buildings dating back to the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties have been well-preserved in the village, which were built between the years of 1368 and 1398, according to the archaeologists. There are currently 182 ethnic Dong families living in the village. [China.org.cn]

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