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Guangzhou Cultural Park


Guangzhou Cultural Park is located in the flourishing shopping center beside the Pearl River. Cover an area of 83 thousand square meters, with countless trees making a pleasant shade and a mass of multicolored flowers, Cultural Park is a perfect place to hold an exhibition, to do sports and even to appreciate the landscaping. And every year, about 100 million people come here to visit it.

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South China Botanical Garden

Guangzhou South China Botanical Garden

South China Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences (SCBG, CAS), formerly known as the Institute of Agriculture and Forestry, Sun Yat-Sen University, was founded in 1929 by Chen Huanyong (Woon-young Chun), a renowned botanist and academician of CAS. It was renamed South China Institute of Botany, CAS in 1954, and then to its present name in 2003 by following CAS developmental plans.

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Yuyin Garden

Arch Bridge of Guangzhou Yu Yin Garden

Yuyin Garden lies in Nancun Town, Panyu, 17,000 meters away from Guangzhou, 1,498 square meters in size. It was built in 1867, Qing Dynasty when emperor Tongzhi reigned over the country. The house is enjoyed for its small and exquisite design. This garden, together with Qinghuiyuan Garden in Shunde city, Keyuan Garden in Dongguan city and Liangyuan Garden in Foshan city were called "four famous gardens in Guangdong".

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The Former Residence of Zhan Tianyou

The Former Residence of Zhan Tianyou in Guangzhou

Zhan Tianyou (26 April 1861 – 24 April 1919), “the father of China’s railroad”, was responsible for the first railroad constructed in China without foreign assistance (from Beijing to Zhangjiakou). A Guangzhou-native, Zhan was chosen to study in America at the age of 12 and graduated from Yale University with a BA in civil engineering. Upon his return, Zhan’s contribution to China’s railway development cannot be understated.

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