August 1, 2013

Venice of the Orient

ZhouZhuang is the very first water village in China, located in Southern part of Yangtze River, and is also called as Venice of the Orient. The village was formed very early in 770-476 BC, and named during the year of 960s.

ZhouZhuang propels visitors back to the Ming and Qing dynasties with tranquil water canals and ancient architecture. It still retains the style and pattern of an ancient village till now.


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