三棟屋的歷史重要性/地位............20分

我想問三棟屋的歷史重要性/地位(要英文)

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  • 1 decade ago
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    The importance of Sam Tung Uk Museum is that it declared an historical monument of a single clan Hakka walled village

    Sam Tung Uk, "three rows of dwelling", is a restored 200-year-old rural walled village. The 2,000-square-metre museum includes an ancestral hall, two rows of side houses, an exhibition hall and a lecture hall. It houses displays of period furniture, handicrafts and agricultural equipment

    Sam Tung Uk is a Hakka dwelling founded in 1786 during the reign of Emperor Qianlong. The name of the house literally means "Three Beam Dwelling" and aptly describes the original floorplan. At that time the Chan clan, which was originally from Fujian, had moved to Guangdong and then to Hong Kong to engage in farming. Under the leadership of the clan patriarch, Chan Yam-shing, the house was constructed as four modules clustered around an ancestral shrine at the north center. Each of Chan's four sons lived in one of the four units. If you look at the aerial view of the house below, you can see that the house's core consists of three horizontal bays. As the clan grew more prosperous additional units were added to the house, giving it its current appearance. Other rooms were attached to the north, but the house's rectangular plan allowed for easy expansion.

    The descendants of the pioneers lived in the house for over two hundred years. As late as the 1970s, Chan clan members still farmed in this area of Hong Kong. Finally, in 1980, with the encroachment of urban sprawl, the last clan member moved out. In March 1981 the house was recognized by the Antiquities Advisory Board as a historical monument and was protected from destruction. The Advisory Board repaired the house, bringing in authentic Hakka material from nearby Guangdong province. Nowadays the museum is a little too well maintained. Although it preserves authentic architectural features from centuries past, it has been spruced up so much that it looks almost new.

  • 1 decade ago

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    三棟屋原是一條有二百多年歷史的圍村,於1981年列為法定古蹟;重修成博物館後,於1987年正式開放讓市民參觀。博物館的面積約2,000平方米,建築佈局有如棋盤,左右對稱,中軸線上分別建有前廳、中廳及祠堂;兩旁分別為四間獨立的居室,左右及後排的橫屋把整個村莊圍攏起來。  

     

    交通

     

    地址:荃灣古屋里二號。

     

    乘搭地下鐵路至荃灣站;或九巴路線40、43X、48X 、49X、52M、57M、58M、59A、60、63M、66、67M、68A、69M、73X、278P、A31號;或城巴905R號。  

     

    開放時間

     

    星期一、星期三至星期日(包括公眾假期)   每日上午9時 — 下午5時

    星期二、聖誕日、聖誕翌日、

    元旦日、農曆年初一、初二及初三   休息

     

    入場費

     

    免費

     

    長期展覽

     

    展示三棟屋村的建築與及居室特色,陳列各種農具及客家日用品;並設有「話當年」教育展覽,讓參觀者觸摸展品,感受農村生活。  

     

    專題展覽

     

    現正展出「萬花筒:荃灣今昔」。

     

    平面圖

     

     

    導賞服務

     

    博物館提供導賞服務,歡迎學校及團體預約使用。詳情請參閱預約導賞服務表格。

     

    查詢

     

    電 話 : (852) 2411 2001

    傳 真 : (852) 2413 9271

    電 子 郵 件 : stum@lcsd.gov.hk

     

     

     

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    修訂日期: 2006/07/01

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