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Research on the Protection of the Architectural Culture of the Traditional Villages of the Qiang Nationality—Taking Taoping Qiang Village as an Example

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1106876, PP. 1-9

Subject Areas: Culture, Architecture

Keywords: Qiang Nationality, Taoping Qiang Village, Architecture

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Architectural culture is the sum of architectural material wealth and architectural spiritual wealth created in the course of human social and historical practice. Building is the carrier of architectural culture. It is loaded with information about the mutual movement of human beings, society, nature and architecture. The synthesis of these information is architectural culture. Architectural culture is an important part of human culture. Research on its protection status can find the memory of history and culture. The architecture of the Qiang ethnic group embodies the unique culture of our nation, and Taoping Qiang Village is a typical example. Taoping Qiang Village is located in the Tibetan-Yi Corridor. It is a typical Sichuan Diaolou dwelling. The Tibetans, Han and Qiang nationalities frequently interact in this area. Eco-city research on Taoping Qiang Village is related to the well-being of the people in traditional villages in ethnic areas. Our study of the protection status of its architectural culture also provides a new example for the construction of traditional village protection. This article first elaborates on the concept of architectural culture and its classification, and then introduces the related architectural culture of Taoping Qiang Village and its protection status and problems in the protection, and finally puts forward some corresponding suggestions for the existing problems.

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Li, B. (2020). Research on the Protection of the Architectural Culture of the Traditional Villages of the Qiang Nationality—Taking Taoping Qiang Village as an Example . Open Access Library Journal, 7, e6876. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1106876.

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