Jiangnan Water Towns
distinctive townscapes on south of the Yangtze River
On the southern part of the lowest reaches of Yangtze River, the soil is fertile and the weather is gentle, with abundant rivers, lakes, canals, ponds and distinctive townscapes. The region has unique ancient cultural relics and historical heritage.

Zhouzhuang, Tongli, Luzhi towns in Jiangsu Province and Wuzhen, Xitang and Nanxun towns in Zhejiang are the six famous well-preserved water towns on the south of Yangtze River. They are remarkably rich in culture and great amounts of effort and money is spent on preserving these cultural relics by the local governments. In these water towns, there are Chinese architectures dating back to more than 1000 years ago, a culture and a living style that is absent in modern busy Chinese cities. With countless number of unique bridges on rivers and small Chinese boats going through them, the water towns are said to be Venice in China.
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