Haihe River, which runs through the city itself and the itinerary, meanders through the downtown area of the city, with a total length of 75km. On one side there is Haihe Park with a bank of 19.8 km long and an area of 2.3 hectares. Grass and trees cover more than 200,000 square meters of the Haihe Park and there is the 75-meter-wide Yongchun Spring Waterfall as well as bronze sculptures called "Two Dragons Play Pearls" and "Na Zha Stirs Sea". On the right bank of the Haihe River there are many gardens such as the Youth, the Grass and Flower, Spring Flower, Rose and Autumn Scene gardens. Other attractions include the Spring Recreational Park, a skating rink and the Waterside Club.
Many historic sites and charming views can be found along the River. The Wanghailou Church, first built in 1869, is the relic of well-known 'Tianjin Church Case' of Chinese modern history. The Tianjin Railway Station, former 'Laolongtou Railway Station' built in 1888, was reconstructed in 1987. The alongshore Haihe Park, with a 19.8-km-long bank and an area of 2.3 hectares, is covered with grass, trees, flowers, waterfalls and dotted with modern designed bronze sculptures. Many unique bridges like Jingang, Sizilin, Jitang, Bei'an, Jiefang, Cifeng, Daguangming, Liuzhuang and Guanghua crossing the River link the beautiful scenery of both banks in a whole.
Shanghai, Huangshan Mountain, Wuyuan, Jingdezhen, Beijing
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