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WSSE 2019 Local Visit

Welcome to Wuhan, China | 欢迎来的中国武汉

Wuhan, the sprawling capital of Central China‘s Hubei province, is a commercial center divided by the Yangtze and Han rivers. The city contains many lakes and parks, including expansive, picturesque East Lake. Nearby, the Hubei Provincial Museum displays relics from the Warring States period, including the Marquis Yi of Zeng’s coffin and bronze musical bells from his 5th-century B.C. tomb.

The Hanyang district‘s Guiyuan Buddhist Temple, founded in the 17th century, features a hall displaying 500 gilded lohan (enlightened disciple) figures. Jianghan Road is a bustling, pedestrian-only shopping strip. The Hankou Bund, an avenue along the Yangtze River, is lined with buildings from the late-19th and early-20th centuries when the area was home to 5 foreign concessions. On a high hill across the river, the 5-tiered Yellow Crane Tower is a reconstruction of a venerable local landmark. Wuhan University’s campus and East Lake‘s Mo Hill are popular attractions when their cherry trees blossom in the spring.

Yellow Crane Tower

Yellow Crane Tower (黄鹤楼) is a traditional Chinese tower located in Yellow Crane Tower Subdistrict, Wuchang District, Wuhan, Hubei, China. The current structure was built in 1981, but the tower has existed in various forms since not later than AD 223. The current Yellow Crane Tower is 51.4 m (169 ft) high and covers an area of 3,219 m2 (34,650 sq ft). It situated on Snake Hill, one kilometer away from the original site, on the banks of the Yangtze River in Wuchang District.

East Lake

East Lake (东湖) is a large freshwater lake within the city limits of Wuhan, China, the largest or the second largest urban lake in China. Wuhan's East Lake covers an area of 88 square kilometers (33 square kilometers of water area). It is one of the 5A tourist zones of China, and admits over a million people yearly. It is one of the largest sites in Huazhong District. It is also the largest "City Lake" in China. East Lake is made of four areas, Ting Tao, Moshan, Luo Yan Island and Museum of Hubei Province.


Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge

The Wuhan Yangtze Great Bridge ( 武汉长江大桥),  is a double-deck road and rail bridge across the Yangtze River in Wuhan, in Central China. At its completion in 1957, the bridge was the easternmost crossing of the Yangtze, and was often referred to as the "First Bridge of the Yangtze".

Guiyuan Temple

Guiyuan Temple (归元寺) is a Buddhist temple located on Cuiwei Rd. of Hanyang district (previously Hanyang City) in Wuhan City, Hubei Province of China.

It was built in the 15th year of Shunzhi (1658),[1] Qing Dynasty and has a land area of 4.67 acres (1.89 ha). The New Pavilion built in 1922 is the treasury of the temple.


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