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Glimpse of ancient village in SW China's Guizhou province

2012-05-28 03:55:31 GMT2012-05-28 11:55:31(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

A villager fishes in the Qijiang River in Lianshan Village, Libo County of southwest China's Guizhou Province, May 27, 2012. Lianshan Village is an area inhabited by the Bouyei ethnic group, with the Labeng stockaded village inside it being the most well-preserved part. Some of the houses in Labeng village are over 200 years old. Libo County was listed in the world heritage sites in 2007. (Xinhua/Du Juanjuan)

Photo taken on May 27, 2012 shows the wood carving decoration of a 200-year-old house in the Labeng stockaded village of Lianshan Village, Libo County of southwest China's Guizhou Province. Lianshan Village is an area inhabited by the Bouyei ethnic group, with the Labeng stockaded village inside it being the most well-preserved part. Some of the houses in Labeng village are over 200 years old. Libo County was listed in the world heritage sites in 2007. (Xinhua/Du Juanjuan)

Photo taken on May 27, 2012 shows the Labeng stockaded village of Lianshan Village, Libo County of southwest China's Guizhou Province. Lianshan Village is an area inhabited by the Bouyei ethnic group, with the Labeng stockaded village inside it being the most well-preserved part. Some of the houses in Labeng village are over 200 years old. Libo County was listed in the world heritage sites in 2007. (Xinhua/Du Juanjuan)

Children play in front of a 200-year-old house in the Labeng stockaded village of Lianshan Village, Libo County of southwest China's Guizhou Province, May 27, 2012. Lianshan Village is an area inhabited by the Bouyei ethnic group, with the Labeng stockaded village inside it being the most well-preserved part. Some of the houses in Labeng village are over 200 years old. Libo County was listed in the world heritage sites in 2007. (Xinhua/Du Juanjuan)

Lianshan Village is an area inhabited by the Bouyei ethnic group, with the Labeng stockaded village inside it being the most well-preserved part. Some of the houses in Labeng village are over 200 years old. Libo County was listed in the world heritage sites in 2007.

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