Exquisite rockeries in Yu Garden
Yu Garden is located in the northeast of Huangpu District in downtown Shanghai. Yu Garden Tourism Zone, consisting of Yu Garden, City God Temple and Yuyuan Bazaar.
Why is Yu Garden so popular with tourists? Yu Garden is a concrete expression of Jiangnan culture in China. Yu Garden is also the birthplace of Shanghai folk culture and the gathering place of Chinese Fashion Trends.
Yu Garden is located in the downtown Shanghai Chenghuangmiao business district and is one of the must-see attractions.
The area of Yu Garden is 20,000 square meters, including pavilions, platforms, buildings, pavilions, rockeries, and ponds, for a total of more than 30 places.
According to its main building, Yu Garden can be divided into Sansui Hall, Wanhua Chamber, Dianchun Hall, Huijing Hall, Yuhua Hall, Inner Garden, and other scenic spots.
These courtyards are cleverly separated by rockeries, gables, and lakes, and each has its own unique view.
Yu Garden was originally a private garden in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). The owner of the garden, Pan Yunduan, was the governor of Sichuan Province. Yu Garden was carefully designed by Zhang Nanyang, a famous gardener of the Ming Dynasty who personally participated in the construction.
Yu Garden is a museum that condenses the humanistic and historical evolution of Shanghai since the Ming Dynasty. The tourist value of Yu Garden lies not only in its historical and cultural value, but also in its exquisite garden landscape.
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