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Old Posted Feb 6, 2016, 11:33 AM
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Suzhou,a old and modern city.

Suzhou is different from other cities in China, there is no high building in the downtown, but you can find the world-class landmarks in the “Suzhou Industrial Park” . Let’s have a look.

This is the Pagoda at Bao'en Temple in Suzhou ,Any building can not be higher than it in downtown.


Taihu Lake, China's second largest freshwater lake, but also has a wealth of resources and scenery.


ShanTang Street,it is known as the representative of Suzhou .


Panmen Gate,it is not only a city gate, but also a work of art which is characteristic of the Chinese garden.



Now,let’s enjoy her modern——Jin ji lake.





Some pictures from “Gaoloumi” ,thanks for their photography.
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I love Suzhou!
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I hope to spend a few days in Suzhou this June when I visit China for a conference in nearby Wuxi.
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