Located in Nanxiang Town, Jiading District, it was first built during the Wanli Period of the Ming Dynasty (1573-1619). The trees and rockeries were arranged by the famous Ming bamboo carver Zhu Sansong. The garden is remarkable for historic sites and bamboos everywhere.
Known as a " Urban Garden ", Qiuxiapu Garden used to be a private garden originally built in the Ming Dynasty, and the preserved halls, pavilions and fences are mostly structures of the Qing Dynasty. The Congguixuan Pavilion among clusters of sweet-scented osmanthus is the major landscape of the whole garden, where one can enjoy the scenes of four seasons.
First built in 1745, the garden is centered on a pond with pavilions, terraces, chambers and bridges surrounding it, connected by long corridors and dotted with rockeries, pines and vines. There are 24 scenes in the garden, all in a quiet and peaceful atmosphere.
It is a garden of the Ming Dynasty, built in 1644, consisting of the Inner Garden and the Outer Garden. The Inner Garden is the quintessence, with a square pond in the middle, surrounded by pavilions, terraces, chambers and waterside pavilions, impressing visitors with its beautiful scenery. On the walls of the long corridor there are tablets carved with the calligraphy by famous calligraphers and painters.
Located at Chenshan in Songjiang district, covers an area of 207 hectares, Chenshan Botanical Garden is a comprehensive garden consists of 4 function areas and 26 special gardens, including peony garden, Chinese rose garden, oil plants garden, gardens designed for blind people, etc.
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