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Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture
This paper takes the constitutional and distribution features of the surrounding exterior space of the city gate of Chongqing in the late Qing Dynasty as the research focus. It analyzes and studies the constituting and structuring forms of the gates, wharfs, temples, and bridges. In addition, the inhabitants' occupations and the arrangement forms of inhabitant buildings were examined. This research has revealed the following human purposes of the various spaces. The open-gate space was thedoi:10.5632/jila.76.605 fatcat:f33jpetp3benbiwjxvrfzh563y