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Pavilion of Auspicious Clarity (Chengrui ting)

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Constructed in 1583 during the Ming dynasty (1368-1644), this pavilion with veranda stands on a single-arched bridge spanning a fish pond. This square pavilion has four open sides and a pyramid-shaped roof with green glazed tiles. The attached veranda has a rolled roof. The pavilion is symmetrical paired with the Pavilion of Floating Jade (Fubi ting) on the garden's east side.

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