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Large international gallery with a frequently changing program. .
Large international gallery with a frequently changing program.
Featuring a highly visible clocktower nicknamed 'Big Ching'
The Bund alongside Huangpu River once was the financial center of the Far East
At the northern tip of the Bund, was the legendary home of the 'No dogs or Chinese' sign — which in fact never existed, although Chinese not accompanied by foreigners were indeed banned until 1928
A traditional Chinese Ming-style private garden, originally built in 1559 but ransacked and restored several times since then
A well-known Taoist temple not far from Yuyuan, the biggest example of traditional Chinese architecture in Shanghai
Originally established in 505 AD, later destroyed, and reconstructed in 2000
Built in 1994, it is the 3rd tallest tower in the world