The Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum is the tomb of the first Ming Dynasty emperor Zhu Yuanzhang and his queen. It lies at the northern foot of Purple Mountain in Nanjing. There are pine trees and cypresses, with a stream winding in the hills.
The Nanjing Memorial has become an important site for international communities to pray for PEACE as well as a site for historical and cultural exchanges. In China, it is also a “national demonstrative educational base for patriotism”.
Nanjing Confucius Temple is a temple which specially built for consecrating and worshipping Confucius, the great thinker and educator of ancient China. The temple was primarily built in Song Dynasty (A.D.1034) and expanded in East Jin Dynasty.
Located over the Yangtze River at the northwestern side of Nanjing, Yangtze River Bridge is the first highway-cum-railway bridge designed and constructed solely within China that connecting Hanyang, Hankou and Wuchang which previously separated by the natural obstacle throughout the history of China
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