Part of the interior of Riushi Lou in Jinjiangli village
Part of the interior of Riushi Lou in Jinjiangli village, Kaiping, China.
Riushi Lou was built in 1923 by Huang Bixou who made his fortune selling medicinal herbs in Hong Kong, It has nine floors, stands at 28 metres tall and cost HK$30,000 (US$3,800) to build. It is the tallest diaolou still standing. Jinjiangli village is one of four clusters that are Unesco World Heritage sites.
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