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Research on the Cultural Integration Design of Ancestral Halls in Rural Public SpaceBased on the Revitalization of Rural Culture—A Case Study of Wuzhang Village, Chongren County, Jiangxi Province

Ting Zhang, Bowen Yin

Abstract


Ancestral temple culture has a long history and is an important part of the traditional Culture of the Chinese nation. It carries the value orientation of economy and culture of a family and a period, and is the core cultural space of traditional villages. Its function renewal and activation utilization are the practical needs for the implementation of rural revitalization strategy and the protection and development of traditional villages. However, in the process of social development, folk ancestral temples, as ceremonial buildings, have been severely suppressed, resulting in the disappearance of many ancestral temples

Keywords


Ancestral Temple; Architecture; Local Culture; Innovation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/l-e.v9i3.1583

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