Shuangfeng Yunzhan was one of the 24 representative sceneries of the Qing Dynasty (AD 1644-1911) in Yangzhou City, Jiangsu province.
Wang's Residence is one of the best-preserved salt merchants' houses in the late Qing Dynasty (AD 1644-1911) in Yangzhou.
Fuchai, king of the State of Wu in 495 BC, excavated the Hangou Channel, the oldest section of the Grand Canal, in Yangzhou City.
Hongshan Sports Park, located in the Zaolinwan Ecological Park in Yizheng, Yangzhou City, is a sports resort integrating outdoor fitness with ecological leisure.
Wu Daotai House, located on the riverside of the ancient canal in Yangzhou, is known as one of the three great mansions in Jiangnan.
The Ancient Tang City Ruins Museum, one of the key cultural relic preservation units in China.
Shi Kefa Ancestral Tomb was built in the 33rd year of the Qianlong administration (1768), to commemorate the famous general in the Anti-Manchu war in the late Ming Dynasty.
The former residence of Zhu Ziqing was built in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1912) in the form of a Sanheyuan (a courtyard enclosed in three directions) -- a typical residential style in Yangzhou.
Guanyin Mountain is a peak of the Shugang range in northern Yangzhou and occupies the highest point of the city.
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