Category:Chinese architectural history
Category:Chinese architectural history is the history of Chinese architecture. Seven thousand years ago, people in south China were using mortise and tenon to build wood frame houses. The oldest sites are at Hemudu in Zhejiang In the Neolithic period (6000 – 2000 BCE).
This category has the following 12 subcategories, out of 12 total.
- ► Buddhist temples in China (25 C, 18 P)
- ► Han dynasty architecture (6 P)
- ► Luoyang (7 C, 7 P)
- ► Ming dynasty architecture (1 C, 30 P)
- ► Qing dynasty architecture (14 P)
- ► Song dynasty architecture (16 P)
- ► Tang dynasty architecture (14 P)
- ► Western Xia architecture (6 P)
- ► Yuan dynasty architecture (6 P)
Pages in category "Chinese architectural history"
The following 135 pages are in this category, out of 135 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
- Pagoda of Chengtian Temple
- Pagoda of Cishou Temple
- Pagoda of Fogong Temple
- Palace of Earthly Tranquility
- Palace of Heavenly Purity
- People's Square (Dalian)
- Pizhi Pagoda
- Precious Belt Bridge
- Principles for the Conservation of Heritage Sites in China
- Puji Temple
- Puning Temple
- Putuo Zongcheng Temple