Baomo Garden is located at Zini Village, Panyu, Guangzhou. It was first built in the late Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), ruined in 1957, and reconstructed in 1995. Now it covers an area of more than 66600 square meters, and is a masterpiece of South China gardens and architectures. The garden, laid out properly, is crisscrossed with streams and more than 30 stone bridges. Artistic works including pottery sculptures, clay figurines, stone carvings, brick carvings, wood carvings, etc. decorate the whole garden. In the exhibition halls you can appreciate a large quantity of antiques, and calligraphy and paintings by celebrated masters.