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Liaocheng

A piece of the brick used in the Ming Dynasty
Ancient town center of Linqing
Statue of tax collectors
Wu Song Punched the Tiger
Statue of Wu Song
Hu Tong alley
Imperial Museum
Imperial Museum
Imperial Museum
Linqing grand canal museum
Linqing’s original Grand Canal site - oldest canal in the nation
Linqing’s original Grand Canal site
Linqing’s Tax Customs Office
Linqing’s Tax Customs Office building remains
Linqing’s Tax Customs Office building remains
Linqing’s Tax Customs Office
Merchant (left) , meets with the tax collector officer (center) while the bookkeeper (right) stands as witness
Stone you step on is where emperor was buried
The Au To Ji tower – where most of the original brick remains are kept
Street where Wu Song walked
The exact location where Wu Song slayed the tiger
The grand canal route
The method of making coins
The seal of the brick approved and made in the Ming Dynasty
Wu Song thought that by getting drunk, he could fearlessly overcome the tiger that had hurt the villagers
Wu Song's training house
Wu Song, the stand-off between the tiger and him
Memorial to Wu Song