Longhu Lake is located on the west side of Liukeng Village. It is composed of seven ponds that are closely connected from south to north and stretch like a dragon, hence the name Longhu. There are six cobblestone roads across the ancient lake, each of which is connected by a stone arch bridge. There is a dragon stream in the southwest of Longhu Lake. The villagers introduce the stream water into the lake. The lake keeps the water flowing for many years, the fish swim in the water, and the lotus flowers bloom on the water. It is a place that the people of Liukeng Village in the past dynasties cherished and revered, and it is also a major attraction for tourists to visit Liukeng Village. According to the family tree of Liukeng Dong in the tenth year of Wanli (1582), Longhu Lake was redesigned and planned by the 22nd generation Sun Dong Sui of Liukeng Dong family on the basis of the old Wuhu (Five Ponds). He also made a set of rules for protecting Longhu: "Never touch the soil lightly," "Never block by force," and "offenders will be attacked by the ethnic group" and other clan rules, requiring the clan to strictly abide by.
Liukeng covers an area of 3.61 square kilometers, surrounded by green mountains and surrounded by rivers on three sides. It was built during the Southern Tang Dynasty of the Five Dynasties (937-943 AD).
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