Zhao Bocong, the seventh-generation grandson of Zhao Kuangyin (the founder of Song Dynasty), had the posthumous title of Zhe Wen Shen Wu Chengxiao Emperor. Wuzhen, recorded in the Wuqing Records, once was the seat of the royal palace of Zhao Bocong, the governor of Anding County in the Southern Song Dynasty.
Xiaozong was the most powerful monarch of the Southern Song Dynasty. His unwillingness to be content to retain sovereignty over a part of the country made him tying to rejuvenate the Central Plains, and his eagerness to revitalize the domestic reform reversed the pervading idea of compromise and peace among the court fellows. However, the internal and external unfavorable factors and obstructions from Gao Zong（Zhao Gou）, deliberately sabotages from the group of doves, and few credible candidates of the war party, made Xiao Zong felt powerless and cast the rejuvenation plan to the winds.
With the demise of the Southern Song Dynasty, the family of Bocong disappeared from our sight, so did the luxurious and magnificent palace.
Even if it was written, the information about the palace only shows the four words of the place in Wuqing Records: "In Gujia Bridge." As for its scale and pattern, nobody knows. There was also a text about Zhao Bocong in record, but people may confused by many mistakes. Recently, the epigraphs of Zhao Bocong, and his daughter-in-law Hu and Shen, and Sun Xili have been unearthed, which greatly clarified the titles of honour and the lineage of the Prince of Anding County, and can correct the mistakes recorded by History of Song Dynasty and Fang Zhi. However, the construction of the palace was still unknown.
Despite this, the Prince of Anding County was the most prominent resident of Wuzhen's history, and its palace may be the most luxurious residential building in the history of Wuzhen. Today, we can only imagine his glory and the grandeur of his palace architecture from this short written records about him.