Nanfeng Kiln

Foshan, China

Built during the Ming Dynasty, the ancient Nanfeng Kiln is a major creative and cultural zone in the Foshan City, Guangdong province. It is still in use for cultural events. The fires of the kilns are known to have burnt continuously for more than 500 years. Even today, the art of ancient Chinese pottery is still a prominent way of life in the people who live here. Ming pottery is the most sought-after artifacts and tourists from all over the world come to see how the pottery is made and to buy interesting souvenirs. The dragon kilns are an interesting sight because the kilns themselves are shaped like flying dragons.

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