Research on Beautiful Countryside Construction in China: Taking Shandong Province as an Example

Zhongxin LI


With the rapid development of China’s urbanization, some problems needing to be taken seriously occur, one of which is that poor protection of traditional village culture and traditional architectural culture and lack of regional characteristics in some countryside constructions. Taking the beautiful countryside construction in Shandong Province as an example, this paper analyzes and summarizes the relationship between the countryside dwellings in Shandong Province and various influence factors from the perspectives of history and current status of countryside dwellings in various places of Shandong Province, proposes a more scientific division method for distribution areas of countryside dwellings in Shandong Province, summarizes different regional characteristics of countryside dwellings in various places of Shandong Province and comes up with the new idea about the beautiful and livable countryside construction in various places of Shandong Province as per geographical environment and cultural custom. Aimed at the regional characteristics of various places in Shandong Province, this paper points out that how to carry out the principle of “ecological civilization, green and low-carbon, cultural inheritance and characteristics demonstration” in the process of beautiful and livable countryside construction and puts forward the feasible planning, construction and protective measures. All abovementioned contents proposed in this paper have the important application value and practical significance for researching and protecting the regional characteristics in the countryside of Shandong Province and promoting the beautiful countryside construction. In the meantime, all abovementioned contents provide the basis for research and protection of regional characteristics of the countryside and dwellings in Shandong Province and the new thought for inheritance of urban and rural traditional culture and beautiful countryside construction in China.


Urban and rural construction; Beautiful countryside; Regional characteristics; Dwellings

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