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Sun Yatsen Mausoleum

Sun Yatsen MausoleumNearby City

4.7/519,170 Reviews
Cemetery
8:30-17:00. On Monday, the maintenance of the ceremonial hall is not open, and it can only go to the Lingmen Gate (if Monday is a statutory holiday, the place will remain open as usual) 8:30-17:00. (Local time)
Sun Yatsen Mausoleum is the mausoleum of Dr. Sun Yat-sen, the father of the Warlord Era. It is located at Purple Mountain in the east suburb of Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province, covering an area of 80,000 square meters. It is considered the holy land of Chinese people both local and abroad. Dr. Sun Yat-sen (1866-1925) was a great revolutionary that led the Chinese people to overthrow the corrupt rule of Qing dynasty (1644-1911) and ended 2000 years of the feudal monarchy system, bringing China into a new age. With great historical significance, grand architecture, and beautiful scenery, the Sun Yatsen Mausoleum is a must see when you are in Nanjing.
Jiming Village

Jiming VillageNearby City

4.4/530 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Jiming Village is located at the junction of Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Anhui provinces. It is known as Jiming Village. There are ancestral halls of the Qing Dynasty and ancient dwellings of the Ming Dynasty. You can feel the simple life scenes of the residents of the three provinces. Due to its special geographical location, Jiming Village has concentrated on the architectural styles of the three provinces. In addition to the Huizhou style of white wall tiles and horse head walls, it also has the charm of Jiangnan Xiaoqiao.
Lingshan Brahma Palace

Lingshan Brahma PalaceNearby City

4.6/5772 Reviews
Palace
7:00-17:30 (winter 7:00-17:00) (Local time)
Located in the Lingshan Scenic Area, Lingshan Brahma Palace it is a luxurious Buddhist palace standing next to the Lingshan Giant Buddha. The Lingshan Brahma Palace is built in a Sino-Tibetan style, combining cliff caves and traditional Buddhist architectural elements. On the second floor, there is a treasure hall showcasing the works of many contemporary artists, including jade carvings, porcelain, and paintings. The Wuguan Hall serves vegetarian food.
Presidential Palace of Nanjing

Presidential Palace of NanjingNearby City

4.7/543,558 Reviews
Historical Site
8:30-18:00 (March 1st - October 31st), 8:30-17:00 (November 1st - the end of February); Since April 2016, in addition to legal holidays, Closed all day on Mondays (in case of major events or special events, the opening hours will be arranged separately); New Year's Eve is closed. (Local time)
The Presidential Palace of Nanjing has a long history and prominent reputation. During the Qing Dynasty, it is the Weaving department of Jiangning and the Administrative headquarters of Jiangnan. On New Year's Day in 1912, Father of Modern China Dr Sun Yat-sen was appointed as the interim president at this location. Sun Yat-sen used this place as the president’s office and meeting room thereafter. Since then, the palace served as the presidential residence of the Kuomintang government. The building is a mixture of Chinese and Western architectural styles. It is generously proportioned and intriguing to look at. Take a stroll through the park to track the footsteps of Sun Yat-sen and understand the ever-changing nature of history.
Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum

Ming Xiaoling MausoleumNearby City

4.6/59,143 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Cemetery
6:30-18:30 (March to October); 6:30-18:00 (November to February); ticket collection time: 7:00-16:00 (Local time)
It is located in the eastern outskirts of Nanjing City, south of Zijinshan(Zhongshan) , Dulongfuwanzhu Peak, and the western side of Maoshan. Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum is the tomb of Zhu Yuanzhang, the founder of the Ming dynasty. It took 17 years to be built, and what we see today is only part of the cemetery. The mausoleum was laid out in a majestic manner with strict regulations. The form of the mausoleum continued for the Ming and Qing dynasties and was selected as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2003.
Huishan Ancient Town

Huishan Ancient TownNearby City

4.5/51,126 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Open all day (the opening hours of small attractions in the ancient town is roughly 8:00-16:30) (Local time)
Huishan Ancient Town is situated to the north of Xihui park in Wuxi, and is made up of many old ancestral halls. Construction of the cluster of ancestral halls began in the Tang dynasty and flourished in the Ming and Qing dynasties. Most of the ones we see now are Qing dynasty ancestral halls. More than 80 family names are represented in these ancestral halls, so it's worth visiting and finding about your ancestors. Moreover, Wuxi clay figurines from the town make good souvenirs, and the local food is also worth trying. In addition, Huishan Ancient Town is encircled by a north-south horizontal street and an east-west vertical street. At the eastern end of the vertical street, there is a large screen wall on which four big Chinese characters saying "Huishan Ancient Town" are inscribed.
Qingguo Alley

Qingguo AlleyNearby City

4.3/5121 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Famous Residences
Qiqiao Ancient Village

Qiqiao Ancient VillageNearby City

4.2/542 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Open all day (Local time)
Qiqiao Ancient Village is found in the northeast of Nanjing Gaochun District, enclosed by water. There are tens of thousands of Confucius descendants living all around the village. The ancient village has an old street with a long history of nearly 2,000 years. The area has Ancient bridges all the way from the Han Dynasty, ancient wells from the Song Dynasty, and buildings from the Ming and Qing Dynasties that are vividly remembered to this day. The ancient houses were built during the Yuan Dynasty. Several things you can find on the old street are, old-fashioned bamboo craftsmen, old-fashioned tofu workshops, old-fashioned clothes for the elderly, and old hand-carved wood artists, that all show the simplicity of elegance.
Humble Administrator's Garden

Humble Administrator's GardenNearby City

4.5/535,053 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Garden
March 1st - November 15th 7:30-17:30, November 16th - February 28th 7:30-17:00. (Local time)
This is one of "China's Four Gardens" and a world cultural heritage site. The Humble Administrator’s Garden is known for its water landscape that highlights the ambiance of the Southern Chinese villages built on bodies of water. It is elegant and delicately designed. In the garden, different kinds of ancient architecture were built on water. They are scattered strategically and not one is the same as another. The garden is divided into three parts: the east, the middle, and the west. Each part has its own characteristics, especially the central garden, which basically maintains the simple and natural style of the Ming Dynasty gardens and represents the best of the whole garden.
Nanxun Ancient Town

Nanxun Ancient TownNearby City

4.6/58,580 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
7:30-17:00 (summer April-October), 8:00-16:30 (winter November-March) (Local time)
Nanxun Ancient Town is a beautiful old town in the south of the Yangtze River that has 750 years of history. The town is renowned for its elegant and exquisite gardens that combine elements of both western and Chinese cultures. It also boasts a large amount of well preserved ancient architectures and historic sites. The town is one of the six famous ancient towns in South China, along with Tongli, Wuzhen, Zhouzhuang, Xitang and Yongzhi.
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