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Zhou's Mansions in Tongshan, China's Hubei


09:19, June 18, 2012

Photo taken on June 16, 2012 shows a panorama of the Zhou's Mansions in Tongshan County, central China's Hubei Province. The Zhou's Mansions which were firstly built about 230 years ago, still accommodate 105 Zhou's descendants of 22 families nowadays. The ancient houses have been listed in the cultural and historical sites under protection of Hubei Province. In recent years, they have become a popular tourist site. (Xinhua/Du Huaju)

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