Xidi, or West Post, is a village in southern Anhui province in China. Built during the Song Dynasty (960-1279), it was declared a part of the "Ancient Villages in Southern Anhui" World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2000, along with the village of Hongcun. The main tourist attractions are the entrance gate outside the village, ancient architecture and wooden residence houses from the Ming and Qing dynasties with beautiful carvings.

 
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