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Hankou Modern Buildings

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Hankou Modern Buildings

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Youyi Road, Jiang'an District, Wuhan 430022 China
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Private 2days tour to Shiyan Wudang Mountain start from Wuhan and end in Wuhan
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Private 2days tour to Shiyan Wudang Mountain start from Wuhan and end in Wuhan

Wudang Mountain with a history over 1000 years, it is the No.1 Taoism Mountain in China, as well as the Cradle of Tai Chi and the Taoist martial arts. Taoist culture has originated on Wudang since the East Han Dynasty (25-220 AD) and some existing Taoist buildings could be traced back the 7th century. In 1994, Wudang Mountain was declared to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site.<br>Taoism regards "Tao" as its supreme belief and holds that "Tao" is the origin of all living things. In traditional Chinese culture, Taoism, together with Confucianism and Buddhism, it is a dominant theoretical doctrine and a method of practicing immortality.<br>It’s a good place to pray good luck and climbing the Mountain, we hope you enjoy your tour in Wudang Mountain.
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TAMAN1951 wrote a review Nov 2018
Liberty Lake, Washington5,433 contributions595 helpful votes
A pretty cool contrast of the old (over 100 years old) and the new (less than ten years) in the same skyline. Nice walk around town and a pretty clean place. Easy to enjoy even if you are really doing anything. The park is a nice setting as well. Not a terribly famous city but interesting nonetheless.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Stuart B wrote a review Dec 2016
Deal, United Kingdom1,655 contributions444 helpful votes
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I like walking around this busy area. There are lot's of old buildings (particularly banks) that have been repurposed into hotels or more modern banks. These old building are easy to miss, you can just walk on by if you don't have your eyes open. Nice part of the old city
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Date of experience: December 2016
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Ziggy28104 wrote a review Apr 2016
Charlotte, North Carolina346 contributions85 helpful votes
There are several authentic looking western style buidling around Hankou, but you have to keep your eyes peeled for them, they are easy to lookover when you are rushing along on the street, but still, gives Hankou a beautiful atmosphere
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Date of experience: March 2016
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Sharon R wrote a review Jun 2014
Omaha, Nebraska, United States323 contributions85 helpful votes
Walking in this area involves looking up for the experience, due to the fact that the street level area of these buildings have mostly been converted to individual shops and commercial stores. Architecture is early 20th century, when American, British and French influences were extensive. Buildings facing the Yangtze River are more visible and attractive, retaining "their bones". In fact, the old New York City Bank is now the home of a Chinese bank.
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Date of experience: May 2014
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ambamb8 wrote a review Apr 2014
Hong Kong, China270 contributions169 helpful votes
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I would suggest start walking along the pedestrian walk (Hanjiang Rd, Metro line 2) to the water front. Many Art Deco and older classic buildings can be found. My favourites are the Grande Custom House (clock tower) at the end of the pedestrian walk/ water front, the old HSBC building and the old Citibank building along the water front. Also the Bank of China building at Hanjiang road junction is very classy. And there's a western mansion which used to be the home of the only regional English newspaper. Although it's not as Grande as the Shanghai's Bund, the previous presence of these great foreign companies prove the significance of Wuhan as a trading port. Gives you a flavour of it's heritage.
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Date of experience: April 2014
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