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China | Nanjing | Xuanwu Lake Park | Attractions | Google | Map
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China | Jiangsu | Nanjing | Attractions | Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum
Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum is the largest of its kind in Nanjing and one of the largest in ancient China. The founding emperor of the Ming Dynasty, Zhu Yuanzhang was buried here together with his wife, Empress Ma. The Mausoleum got listed in the World Cultural Heritage in 2003. The architecture in the mausoleum generally falls into two groups: the...
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China | Jiangsu | Nanjing | Attractions | Boating on the Qinhuai River
Boating on the Qinhuai River was very popular in the Ming Dynasty. In the mid-1920s, Master Writers Zhu Ziqing and Yu Pingbo poetically portrayed the Qinhuai River and the boats on it, attracting visitors to come and see for themselves, in 1988, Nanjing Tourism Bureau labeled boating on the Qinhuai River a national tourist program. The Qinhuai ...
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China | Shanghai | Attractions | Nanjing Road
Nanjing Road is known as the "No. 1 Commercial Street in China". It starts from the Bund in the east to Xizang Mid. Rd. in the west, with a length of 2.5 km. It has more than 100 China Time-honored Brand specialty stores, modern commercial buildings and shopping malls, such as the No.l Department Store, Hualian, New World Department Store and cent...
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China | Jiangsu | Nanjing | Attractions | Zhonghua City Gate
Zhonghua Gate, the southern gate of Nanjing, is a renowned ancient city gate in China and the city gate with the most complex structure in the world. More of an imposing fortress than a mere gate, the remarkably well preserved Zhonghua Gate is just as striking today as it was centuries ago, and is one of the best preserved Ming Dynasty fortresses i...
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China | Jiangsu | Nanjing | Attractions | Nanjing Presidential Palace
The architecture cluster left by the national government of the Republic of China covers a land area of 51,240 square meters and a floor area of 27268.12 square meters. In the Qing Dynasty and the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom Period, it was the government house; In 1912, it became the residence of the temporary President after the Republic of China was...
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China | Jiangsu | Nanjing | Attractions | Confucius Temple
Nanjing Confucius Temple is a place to consecrate and worship Confucius, the great educator and thinker of ancient China. Confucius Temple likes a headgear of emperors. Writers, poems, militarists, and politicians nationwide created great achievements here. Nanjing Confucius Temple was originally built in Song Dynasty (A.D.1034). These arch...
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China | Jiangsu | Nanjing | Attractions | Gardens | Xuanwu Lake Park
The Xuanwu Lake Park in Nanjing gathers a great number of historical sites, it is also a vital component part of the Zhongshan Scenic Area, a national area of scenic and historic interest. Xuanwu Lake lies at the foot of Zhongshan Mountain in the east, neighbors the ancient city in the southwest, and faces Fuzhou and Jilong mountains ...
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China | Jiangsu | Nanjing | Attractions | Gardens | Xuyuan Garden
Xuyuan Garden was originally a private garden of the residence of Prince Han in the early Ming Dynasty, and was named after Zhu Gaoxu, Prince of Han, because the last word of his name is "xu". Now it has become an important tourist attraction and an exhibition zone of the museum of the modern Chinese history in Nanjing. With an area of 14,000 sq m,...
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China | Jiangsu | Nanjing | Attractions | Gardens | Mochou Lake Park
Mochou (Don't Worry) Lake Park is located in Hanzhong-men Street, Nanjing, with an area about 600,000 sq m. It attracts over one million Chinese and foreign tourists every year. In the garden, towers, studios, kiosks and pavilions are scattered here and there in a well-conceived way: weeping willows alternate with Chinese flowering crabapples along...
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