Nanjing Image Gallery

Second Yangtze Bridge

A bridge located in the lower reaches of the Yangtze River Bridge. A corresponding park is on the shore.

Dongshuiguan

A gateway located at the western end of Longpan Middle Road outside the Tonjimen Gate where the Qinhuai River entered into Nanjing Castle, Dongshuiguan was rebuilt when Zhu Yuanzhong chose Nanjing as the capital city.

Shizi Bridge, Hunan Road

Located between the Drum Tower and Xuanwu Lake, Hunan Road is a shopping district featuring restaurants lined up along the streets.

Confucius Temple

A temple located on the northern bank of the Qinhuai River celebrating the ancient scholar Confucius. Built in 1034, the Confucius Temple is a leading entertainment district, and often remains active until late at night.

Drum Tower

Located in the center of Gulou District in Nanjing. The path leading to the Xuanwu Lake is a shopping district.

The Jiming Temple

Constructed in 527, the Jiming Temple was rebuilt by order of Zhu Yuanzhong at the beginning of the Ming Dynasty. It is located on Nanjing's Jilong Mountain.

Qixia Temple

A temple built on Qixia Mountain to the northeast of Nanjing Castle, Qixia Temple is built in a beautiful location, deep in the mountains and surrounded by a dense forest.

Tai Cheng

A castle located on the southern shore of the Xuanwu Lake. The castle measures about 253m long and 20m high.

Xuanwu Lake

A lake in Xuanwu Lake Park, Xuanwu Lake spreads out right in front of Nanjing Station.

Xuanwu Lake Park

Nanjing's largest park, located to the northeast of Nanjing Castle. An area with both human landscape and natural scenery featuring a mix of mountains, water, castles, and forests, Xuanwu Lake Park is lauded as the "Pearl of Jinling".

Yuejiang Tower

A 52m, 7-story tower built in 2001 on the peak of Shizi Mountain. Its bright colors that resurrect the style of the Ming Dynasty are impressive, and from the top floor, you can look down directly below at the magnificent flow of the Yangtze River and China's largest bridge, the Yangtze River Bridge.

Sun Yatsen Mausoleum

A 52m, 7-story tower built in 2001 on the peak of Shizi Mountain. Its bright colors that resurrect the style of the Ming Dynasty are impressive, and from the top floor, you can look down directly below at the magnificent flow of the Yangtze River and China's largest bridge, the Yangtze River Bridge.

Zifeng Tower (Nanjing Greenland Financial Center)

An 89-story skyscraper 450m tall that hosts offices, a hotel, and commercial facilities, Zifeng Tower opened in December 2010 and is the 2nd tallest building in China.

Sources:
People's Republic of China, National Tourism Administration: Jiangnan Water Village Manual, Nanjing Tourist Map
Jiangsu Province Tourism Bureau, Jiangsu Province Official Guidebook: A Walk through Jiangsu Province

Back to Nanjing

Nagoya Sister Cities Association
c/o International Relations Division, Tourism & Exchange Department Bureau of Tourism, Culture & Exchange , City of Nagoya
1-1, Sannomaru 3-chome, Naka-ku, Nagoya 460-8508
TEL:(052)972-3063 FAX:(052)972-4200
E-mail:info@nsca.gr.jp

↑