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Nanjing Travel Guide

Nanjing Guide is here to offer you general information on this city. Literally meaning "South Capital", Nanjing is the capital of Jiangsu Province, situated in the lower reaches of the Yangtze River, with a history tracing back to 2,500 years. As the capital of six dynasties in Chinese history, the city has been inducted into the World Cultural Heritage by the UNESCO. Like most major cities in China, Nanjing is developing rapidly with great changes. Modern highways and railways connect the city with most major cities throughout the country and it is becoming a sparkling metropolis with skyscrapers, luxury hotels, fashion shopping malls, supermarkets and many interesting things to do throughout the city. The city is increasingly becoming a key industrial city with sophisticated transportation and communications, as well as a popular tourist destination. The city is also ranked 3rd in China for its quality of science and education. The highlight things to see include Purple Mountain, the Mausoleum of Sun Yat-Sen, Confucius Temple, Mingxiaoling Mausoleum, Qinhuai River, the Memorial Hall to the Victims in the Nanjing Massacre, Linggu Temple, the Presidential Palace and Mochou Lake. Welcome to check the following attraction guide for more things to do and what to see in Nanjing.

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Question:I want to find out about getting a boat from Nanjing to Shanghai. I know that trains are quicker but I think it would be great to have a good picture of the Yangtze River on the boat. If anyone can give me any information?

Answer:I've ever taken a boat trip on Yangtze River to Nanjing. Unluckily, summer days were hazy on water, so look to shore and things are fuzzy. We only took a few pictures of the boat building, the water... However, finally got some photos of the shoreline worth saving when the boat was approaching Nanjing.