Zhujiajiao Water Town

Zhujiajiao, Known as "the Venice of Shanghai", is a well-preserved ancient town in water country in Shanghai typical of southeast China. During Three Kingdom as appeared as a village. Nowadays old streets and architecture in the style of Ming and Qing periods can be found and local customs characteristic of water country can be observed. Zhujiajiao is noted for its archaic water country scenery typical of southeast China – old town, peacefulness, tranquility and elegance.

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Located 47 kilometers away from Shanghai, Zhujiajiao is a typical ancient water town in Qingpu, south of the Yangtze River, with over 1,000 years history. Zhujiajiao, known as The Venice of Shanghai , features beautiful waterways, arched stone bridges, ancient ...Read More
Zhujia Jiao Water Town is extolled as the Shanghai's Venice, located in a suburb of Shanghai City, this ancient water town is well-known all over the country, with a history of over 1700 years. Covering an area of 47 square kilometers, the little fan-shaped ...Read More
All Chinese are born with a rustic bent. To many people, their happiest daydream is no more than a straw-thatched hut with a small bridge across near a chattering stream. In the suburbs of Shanghai are a number of ancient towns dating back to the Ming and Qing ...Read More

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