Fengshan Shuicheng Gate Ruins
Located at the intersection of Zhongshan South Road and Zhonghe Road, east-west crosses the middle river. Zhonghe river is a canal inside the Qian Tang and Jiangnan canal in history. In the nineteenth year (1359), Zhang Shicheng rebuilt the city of Hangzhou, with ten dry gates, five water gates and one of the five water gates. Fengshan Shui Chengmen is the only remaining one of the five ancient gates in Hangzhou. It has the function of historical landmark and is the coordinate of studying the changes of Hangzhou city. The channel lines, scales and banks of the Hangzhou section of the canal have been changed because of the urban change and the development of the shipping. The riverway with the only twenty meters under the Phoenix landscape gate remains the original in the yuan and Ming period.