The Mingzhongdu Imperial City site is the ruins of a capital built under the orders of Zhu Yuanzhang, the founding emperor of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), in his hometown, now Fengyang county, Anhui province.
No other museums in China have closer relationships with the Huai River than the Bengbu Museum. It was built in 1974 to tell stories of the local culture nourished by the Huai River through millennia. The museum's current architectural style takes its inspiration from the ancient legend in which the Sage King Yu split the mountains to stem the flood of the Huai River.
Suzhou City Museum holds a collection not only concentrating on the historical events of the Rebellion at Deze Township and the Battle of Gaixia more than two millennia ago but also the 500-year civilization nourished by the Sui-Tang Dynasties Grand Canal, which was built in the late sixth century.
The Huaibei Museum, also known as the Museum of the Sui-Tang Dynasties Grand Canal, is a cultural facility telling stories of the local history and archeological finds.
Covering 3.92 square kilometers, the Caishiji Cultural and Ecological Tourism Area of the Yangtze River is home to the Caishiji Scenic Spot, Wangfu Mountain, Hebao Mountain, and the Binjiang Wetland Park.
Sanhe Ancient Town is located on the Hefei-Huangshan Mountain-Jiuhua Mountain golden tourist route.
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