The roundest village
JIANGXI, CHINA: There’s a village in the Jiangxi province of China featuring a very spectacular circular shape, if seen from top.
Jujing, a typical Hui-style village in Wuyuan County, is regarded as the roundest village in China. Surrounded by river and mountains, the scenery of the village resembles a beautiful landscape painting.
The village was designed and built by the renowned Feng Shui master He Pu during the early Song Dynasty. He Pu was the first generation of the He family in Wuyan County.
It is referred to as the roundest village in China, and is also called Bagua Village. There are many cultural relics featured in the village, including a horizontal board that was inscribed by Emperor Chongzhen of the Ming Dynasty (1627-44).