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List of fifth batch of declared historic buildings in Hangzhou


Fifth batch of declared historical buildings in Hangzhou represent buildings considered important in the city relating to the arts, science, history, and/or culture. Despite Hangzhou's urbanization over the last century, some of the buildings were constructed during the Qing dynasty, with others having been built more recently in the 1960s and 1980s. Although some of the declared historical buildings have attempted to be destroyed in the past, new regulations from the Hangzhou municipal government have been introduced to greater protect the listed buildings since 2010.[1]

On March 22, 2010, forty-three buildings were declared as historically important, and were officially considered such by the creation of the fifth batch of declared historical buildings.[2]

Contents: Batches of Hangzhou declared historic buildings / See also: Hangzhou
No. Name Notes/References Photographs
LSJZ5-1[3] 19 Jinchaidai Alley and 10, 12, and 13 Zhupo Alley Constructed during the late-Qing dynasty by a government official of the Zhu family. The buildings all are surrounded by mud walls with a wooden two-story structure inside. All of the buildings can be accessed through a central courtyard shared between them.[4]
LSJZ5-2 Buildings at 29, 32, 34, 35, 38, 39, and 40, Jinchaidai Alley Constructed between late Qing Dynasty and the early Republic of China, they are two-story courtyard residential timber architecture consisting of buildings No. 29, No. 32, No. 34, No, 35, No. 39, and No. 40.[5]
LSJZ5-3 Buildings at 5, 6, 7, and 9, Yuanbao Street Constructed between late Qing Dynasty and the early Republic of China, they are two-story courtyard residential building in timber structure.[6]
LSJZ5-4 Buildings at 16, and 17, Niuyangsi Alley Constructed in the late Qing Dynasty, they are two-story courtyard residential building in timber structure.[7]
LSJZ5-5 Building of Zhejiang Design Institute of Water Conservancy & Hydraulic Power Constructed in the early 1950s, it is a two-story building in wood and brick-clad, blending the Western and Chinese styles.[8]
LSJZ5-6 Architectural complex of the Residential Quarter of Hangzhou Meat Processing Factory Constructed in the early 1950s, they are buildings in wood and brick-clad, including Buildings 2, 3, 5, 6, 8 and 10, blending the Western and Chinese styles.[9]
LSJZ5-7 Building at 15, Nanwazi Alley Constructed in the 1920s, it is a two-story courtyard residential building in timber structure.[10]
LSJZ5-8 Former Science Museum of the Branch of Hangzhou No. 2 Middle School Constructed in the 1950s, it is a three-story Western-style building for education purpose in brick and concrete structure.[11]
LSJZ5-9 Buildings from #1 to 18, Renzhi Li Alley Constructed in the early Republic of China, they are 2-story buildings in wood and brick-clad, representative of residential architecture in Alley.[12]
LSJZ5-10 Zhejiang Exhibition Hall Constructed in the 1970s, it used to be the biggest multi-purpose exhibition hall in Zhejiang, also Known as Hong Tai Yang Exhibition Hall.[13]
LSJZ5-11 Architecture of Zhejiang Ramie Mill Constructed in the 1950s, it is a two-story building in wood and brick-clad and used to be the office building of Zhejiang Ramie Mill.[14]
LSJZ5-12 Architecture at the Site of Chongren Temple Constructed in the late Qing Dynasty, it is a two-story building in timber structure, used for religious purpose.[15]
LSJZ5-13 Architecture of Hangzhou Silk Printing and Dying United Factory Constructed in the 1950s, it was the typical form of cotton mill buildings at that time in Hangzhou.[16]
LSJZ5-14 Architectural Complex of Hangzhou Dahe Shipyard Built between the 1960s and 1970s, it is a kind of large-space workshop building.[17]
LSJZ5-15 Architecture of Qiaoxi Warehouse of Hangzhou Specialties Co, Ltd Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a typical form of warehouse buildings along the Canal in Hangzhou.[18]
LSJZ5-16 Architectural complex of Xiaohe Oil Warehouse of Hangzhou Petroleum Company, Zhejiang Constructed between the 1960s and 1980s, the complex consists of three warehouses, one hypaethral-reinforced concrete building, and three oil tanks.[19]
LSJZ5-17 Luos' Old House, Pengbu Town Constructed in the late Qing Dynasty, it is a two-story traditional residential building in the timber structure in the suburb of Hangzhou.[20]
LSJZ5-18 Building #1 of Research Buildings at Zhejiang Gongshang University (149, Jiaogong Road) Constructed in the 1950s, it is a three-story building in wood and brick-clad, blending the Western and Chinese styles for educational purposes.[21]
LSJZ5-19 Buildings at 99#, 100# Mituosi Road Constructed in the late Qing Dynasty, it is a religious building in timber structure, formerly the auxiliary buildings of Mituo Temple.[22]
LSJZ5-20 Buildings at 15, 18, 20, and 28, Liushuiqiao Alley Constructed in the early Republic of China, it is a religious building in timber structure, formerly the Fayu Nunnery.[23]
LSJZ5-21 Architectural complex in Miaoxi Street Constructed in the late Qing Dynasty, it is a residential architecture cluster in timber structure, including building at 20, 22, 24, 32, and 38, Miaoxi Street.[24]
LSJZ5-22 Architectural complex at 1, 2, and 3, Xueshiqiao Constructed in the 1930s, it consists of three Western-style villas.[25]
LSJZ5-23 Villa at the foot of the Daci Hill, Yang Fang Shan Wu Zhi Ling Constructed in the 1930s, it is a villa in wood and brick-clad, blending the Western and Chinese styles.[26]
LSJZ5-24 Building at 1, Yuquan Road Constructed in the 1930s, it consists of three Western-style buildings and used to be the residence of Lin Wenzheng and his wife Cai Weilian, daughter of Cai Yuanpei.[27]
LSJZ5-25 Building at 2, Yuquan Road Constructed in the 1930s, it is a one-story building in wood and brick-clad. It is the former residence of Wu Dayu, a famous oil painter of China.[28]
LSJZ5-26 Residential Building of Hangzhou Staff Training Center Constructed in the 1950s, the building is a two-story Western-style apartment in brick-stone structure.[29]
LSJZ5-27 Architectural complex at the Site of Fantian Temple Constructed between 1911 and 1949, it is a religious building consisting of three buildings in timber structure.[30]
LSJZ5-28 AuxiliaryBuilding of Hangzhou Normal University Constructed in the early 1950s, it is a one-story building in wood and brick-clad, blending the Western and Chinese styles.[31]
LSJZ5-29 Villa at 100, Beishan Road Constructed in the 1930s, it is a two-story villa in wood and brick-clad. It is also named Dongshan Villa.[32]
LSJZ5-30 Architectural complex at 40, Xiang Qi Fang Constructed in the late Qing Dynasty, it is a traditional courtyard residential architecture group in timber structure.[33]
LSJZ5-31 Building at 67, Shan Xia Li Alley Constructed in the late Qing Dynasty, it is a traditional residential architecture cluster.[34]
LSJZ5-32 Architectural complex at 72, 73, and 74, Xiangqifang Constructed in the late Qing Dynasty, it is a traditional courtyard residential architecture group in timber structure, including #72, 73, 74, and 58–1, Xiang Qi Fang.[35]
LSJZ5-33 Architectural complex of the Grain Supply Center at Xiangqifang Constructed in the late Qing Dynasty, it is a traditional courtyard residential architecture group in timber structure.[36]
LSJZ5-34 Architectural complex at 109, 111, and 113, Xiangqifang Constructed in the late Qing Dynasty, it is a traditional residential architecture cluster.[37]
LSJZ5-35 Architectural complex of at 158, and 159, Xiangqifang Constructed in the mid and late Qing Dynasty, it is a traditional residential architecture cluster.[38]
LSJZ5-36 Building Cluster at Xiazhuangli Constructed between late Qing Dynasty and the early Republic of China, it is a traditional residential architecture cluster.[39]
LSJZ5-37 Building Cluster at 18, He Dou Constructed in the late Qing Dynasty, it is a traditional residential architecture cluster.[40]
LSJZ5-38 Building Cluster at 9, and 10, He Dou Constructed in the mid and late Qing Dynasty, it is a traditional residential architecture cluster.[41]
LSJZ5-39 Building Cluster at 23, Shuang Miao Constructed in the late Qing Dynasty, it is a traditional residential architecture cluster.[42]
LSJZ5-40 Building Cluster at 40, Zhang Jia Li Constructed in the mid Qing Dynasty, it is a representative of traditional residential architecture in Xiaoshan.[43]
LSJZ5-41 Buildings at 171, and 172 of Xiamen Village, Heshang Town Constructed in the late Qing Dynasty, they are representatives of traditional residential architecture in Xiaoshan.[44]
LSJZ5-42 Dormitory buildings 4 and 5 of the Zhejiang Institute of Education [45]
LSJZ5-43 Student dormitory building and industrial building 3 and 4, Yuquan Campus, Zhejiang University [45]

References:

  1. ^ "关于建兰中学改扩建工程范围内历史保护建筑保护情况的说明" [Explanation on the Protection of Historically Protected Buildings Within the Scope of the Reconstruction and Expansion Project of Jianlan Middle School]. Hangzhou City Construction Bureau (in Chinese). 6 November 2010. Retrieved 15 April 2020 – via Hangzhou Net.
  2. ^ "市政府关于公布杭州市第五批历史建筑保护名单的通知" [Notice of the Municipal Government on the Publication of Hangzhou's Fifth Batch of Historical Buildings Protection List]. Hangzhou Municipal People's Government (in Chinese). 26 March 2010. Retrieved 16 April 2020.
  3. ^ "金钗袋巷19号、朱婆弄10、12、13号建筑" [No. 19 Jinchaidai Alley, Buildings No. 10, 12, and 13 Zhupo Alley]. Hangzhou Memory (in Chinese). Hangzhou Historical Architecture Research Association. Archived from the original on 21 April 2012.
  4. ^ "金钗袋巷19号、朱婆弄10、12、13号建筑" [No. 19 Jinchaidai Alley, Building No. 10, 12, and 13 Zhupo Alley]. Hangzhou Historical Building Protection and Management Center (in Chinese). Retrieved 16 April 2020.
  5. ^ Buildings at 29, 32, 34, 35, 38, 39, and 40, Jin Chai Dai Alley
  6. ^ Buildings at 5, 6, 7, and 9, Yuanbao Street
  7. ^ Buildings at 16, and 17, Niu Yang Si Alley
  8. ^ Building of Zhejiang Design Institute of Water Conservancy & Hydraulic Power
  9. ^ Architectural complex of the Residential Quarter of Hangzhou Meat Processing Factory
  10. ^ Building at 15, Nan Wa Zi Alley
  11. ^ Former Science Museum of the Branch of Hangzhou No.2 Middle School
  12. ^ Buildings from #1 to 18, Renzhi Li Alley
  13. ^ Zhejiang Exhibition Hall
  14. ^ Architecture of Zhejiang Ramie Mill
  15. ^ Architecture at the Site of Chongren Temple
  16. ^ Architecture of Hangzhou Silk Printing and Dying United Factory
  17. ^ Architectural Complex of Hangzhou Dahe Shipyard
  18. ^ Architecture of Qiaoxi Warehouse of Hangzhou Specialties Co, Ltd
  19. ^ Architectural complex of Xiaohe Oil Warehouse of Hangzhou Petroleum Company, Zhejiang
  20. ^ Luos' Old House, Pengbu Town
  21. ^ Building #1 of Research Buildings at Zhejiang Gongshang University (149, Jiaogong Road)
  22. ^ Buildings at 99#, 100# Mi Tuo Si Road
  23. ^ Buildings at 15, 18, 20, and 28, Liu Shui Qiao Alley
  24. ^ Architectural complex in Miaoxi Street
  25. ^ Architectural complex at 1, 2, and 3, Xue Shi Qiao
  26. ^ Villa at the foot of the Daci Hill, Yang Fang Shan Wu Zhi Ling
  27. ^ Building at 1, Yuquan Road
  28. ^ Building at 2, Yuquan Road
  29. ^ Residential Building of Hangzhou Staff Training Center
  30. ^ Architectural complex at the Site of Fantian Temple
  31. ^ AuxiliaryBuilding of Hangzhou Normal University
  32. ^ Villa at 100, Beishan Road
  33. ^ Architectural complex at 40, Xiang Qi Fang
  34. ^ Building at 67, Shan Xia Li Alley
  35. ^ Architectural complex at 72, 73, and 74, Xiang Qi Fang
  36. ^ Architectural complex of the Grain Supply Center at Xiang Qi Fang
  37. ^ Architectural complex at 109, 111, and 113, Xiang Qi Fang
  38. ^ Architectural complex of at 158, and 159, Xiang Qi Fang
  39. ^ Building Cluster at Xia Zhuang Li
  40. ^ Building Cluster at 18, He Dou
  41. ^ Building Cluster at 9, and 10, He Dou
  42. ^ Building Cluster at 23, Shuang Miao
  43. ^ Building Cluster at 40, Zhang Jia Li
  44. ^ Buildings at 171, and 172 of Xiamen Village, Heshang Town
  45. ^ a b 老杭州网








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