Former Residence of Lu Xun
Born in 1881, Lu Xun was among China’s most famous scholars, thinkers, revolutionaries; he was also among the founders of modern Chinese literature and is respected worldwide. He died in 1936. The Former Residence of Lu Xun is a very typical compound with houses around a courtyard, which was designed by the writer. He moved into it in 1924. Next to it is the Lu Xun Museum, which displays Lu Xun’s manuscripts, pictures, letters, magazines and fine art works.
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