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Jiangsu Pictures

Jiangsu, an eastern Chinese province, has over 1000 kilometers (620 miles) coastline along the Yellow Sea. With many cities of historical and cultural interest such as Nanjing, Suzhou and Wuxi, this province is abundant in tourist resources. Detailed information about Jiangsu Travel Guide

Nanjing (117)

Lying on the south bank of the Yangtze River, Nanjing, the capital of Jiangsu Province, is one of the most delightful of Chinese cities. Known as the Capital City of six dynasties in China's history, it has a brilliant cultural heritage.

Suzhou (728)

The photos taken in Suzhou are mainly composed of elegant gardens and beautiful waterside towns, from which you will appreciate Chinese traditional architecture's masterly workmanship and the leisurely life of the local people.

Wuxi (388)

Like any other city lying on the south of the Yangtze River, Wuxi enjoys beautiful natural scenery. The Li Garden is a fine example of high-level garden architecture. The Three Kingdoms City affords visitors a precious opportunity to experience a close contact with passed dynasties.

Yangzhou (423)

Yangzhou has long been known as “the Home for Fishes and Rice”. It is located the junction of Yangtze River and Grand Canal, the middle part of the province. It boasts of a land of  assembled distinguished people and beautiful sceneries.

Zhenjiang (155)

Zhenjiang is a prefecture-level city on the south bank of the Yangtze River in the southwestern sector of Jiangsu Province. It is now a transportation hub due to its location near the Yangtze River and the Grand Canal. Its history can be traced back to the 8th century and it is the origin of Wu culture. Many Temples have been built in the city. Because it is also a center of Huaiyang Cuisine, there are many snacks in Zhenjiang.

Xuzhou (28)

Located in northwest of Jiangsu, Xuzhou (called Pengcheng in ancient times) is the birthplace of Liu Bang, the first emperor of the Han Dynasty. During the Western Han Dynasty, it was the capital of the Chu Kingdom for 12 generations.