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Guangzhou Uprising Museum

The Guangzhou Uprising Museum on Qiyi Lu near the Beijing Lu shopping street explains the events of 1927 in further detail. The Victorian manse was a police station and the communist headquarters during the uprising. All the exhibits and captions are in English as well as Chinese. The museum sits on the site of the former Guangzhou Commune, occupying an …

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Guangxiao Temple– (Guangxiao Si)

Guangxiao Temple Situated at the north end of Guangxiao Lu ( Road)  which is Guangzhou's oldest site. The temple was initially built by an Indian monk during the Eastern Jin Dynasty (317- 420) but the present temple, occupying an area of 31,000 square meters, dates from the Qing Dynasty (1644 – 1911).it is a popular pilgrimage site for Zen Buddhists. …

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Huangpu Military Academy

Huangpu Military Academy ( Whampoa Military Academy , Note – Huangpu in Chinese, Whampoa in English.) was the first military academy established at the Changzhou Island in Huangpu District, the east suburb of Guangzhou, with the aim of training military officials during the period of first cooperation between the Kuomintang and the Communist Party. The military training camp for teenagers has …

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Yuntai Garden

The Yuntai Garden, located snugly at the southern foot of the Baiyun Mountain, with a total area of 120,000 sq. It  is China’s largest landscaped garden with ornamental exotic flowers and plants. The garden regularly presents various thematic flower shows, attracting a steady stream of visitors. Since its opening, the garden has played host to several party and state leaders, …

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How to save money to make an international phone call in Guangzhou

China is a paradise when it comes to phone cards. You can either buy an international or a local phone card. They come in denominations of 10 Yuan,20 Yuan or 50 Yuan. Most reasonably good hotels do have phones (that will accept these cards) in a corner of the foyer. If, however, you need to make a call while on …

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China Mobile-Easyown

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Guangzhou Xiguan

The traditional Cantonese architectures from ancient Guangzhou, was once occupied by the upper class. Xiguan referred loosely to the area in Liwan District ranging from Xicun in the north, to the Pearl River in the south, and from Renmin Road in the east to Xiaobei River in the west. It also generally meant the area beyond the west city gate …

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Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall

Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, situated on the southern slope of Yuexiu Hill (Yuexiu Park) , was constructed between 1929 and 1931, a monument to Dr Sun Yat-sen, the forerunner of Chinese democratic revolution, by the people of Guangzhou and overseas Chinese. Then memorial hall emcompasses 61,000 square meters, its floor space being 12,000 square meters. It is 49 meters tall …

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Guangzhou Six Banyan tree Temple –Liurong Temple

Guangzhou six banyan tree temple  (Liurong Temple) was built in 537, Temple of Six Banyan Trees  is one of the four best Buddhist temples in Guangzhou and located on the Liurong Road (meaning the Six Banyan Trees Road). It has a rich collection of cultural-relics and is renowned both at home and abroad. It enshrines three large Buddhist statues–the biggest …

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Shishi Sacred Heart Catholic Cathedral

The Shishi Sacred Heart Catholic Cathedral is the Roman Catholic Diocese of Guangzhou, China. Located on the north bank of Pearl River, standing at the heart of the ancient and very busy Haizhu district. Founded in 1863, and completed in 1888, date of the Feast of Sacred Heart which become the name of the Cathedral, the fourteenth year of Emperor Guangxu …

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Wu Xian Guan Temple–Temple of the Five Immortals

Wu Xian Guan Temple was established in 1377 and is dedicated to the five immortals. According to legend, during the reign of King Yi of the Zhou Dynasty , These names refer to the most famous story about the origins of Guangzhou in which the Five Celestial Beings came to Guangzhou riding on Five Celestial Rams and brought rice and …

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Guangzhou Sculpture Park

The Guangzhou Sculpture Park is China’s largest thematic sculpture park, at 113 acres. It was built by the Guangzhou Municipal People’s Government in 1996 in commemoration of the 2210th anniversary of the founding of Guangzhou Town. The sculptures feature gardening, ornamental, educational, artistic and historic themes. Within this sculpture park is the Tang Daxi Sculpture Park which was approved in …

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