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CAPITAL OF MING. NATIONAL HIGHWAY. CAPITAL OF THE REPUBLIC. USEFUL INFO. ART. CONTEMPORARY. PURPLE MOUNTAIN PASS. 1912 DISTRICT. OPERATED BY THE JOINT COMMISSION OF THE STATE FOREST ADMINISTRATION AND PUBLIC ORDER MINISTRY. AIR. MIDRANGE. CURRENCY. NANJING. SHANGHAI. CAPITAL OF THE SIX DYNASTIES. NATIONAL UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. TODAY. GET OUT. TOURISM. GOVERNMENT. GET IN. EAT. DUMPLINGS. PROVINCIAL UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. EMERGENCY NUMBERS. USEFUL INFO. SPORTS AND STADIUMS. GUIDE. WEATHER. MID-RANGE. REFERENCES. THEATRE. ROUTES THROUGH NANJING. EDUCATION. BY BOAT. PRIVATE COLLEGES. ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS. PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC. POPULATION TREND. ECONOMY. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. BY BUS. BY TAXI. GEOGRAPHY AND CLIMATE. REPUBLIC OF CHINA IN MAINLAND PERIOD. STAR. OPERATED BY MINISTRY OF EDUCATION. BEIJING. DRINK. BY PLANE. NOODLE (MIANTIAO) AND POT STICKER (JIAOZI) SHOPS. QING PERIOD. THE AREA AROUND THE CONFUCIUS TEMPLE. BUDGET. RAIL. ROAD. MEDIEVAL PERIOD. REFERENCES. BY BICYCLE. BY ROAD. MUSEUMS. EARLY HISTORY. NANJING. SEE. WORK. SLEEP. BUDGET. CITY INFO. PURPLE MOUNTAIN 紫紫紫. HUNAN ROAD. N. A SIMPLE DIET. DO. DEMOGRAPHICS. TRANSPORTATION. OPERATED BY THE GENERAL SPORT ADMINISTRATION. E. RESTAURANTS. BUILDINGS AND MONUMENTS. FOOD COURT UNDERNEATH XINJIEKOU. LIBRARIES. RESTAURANTS. SUNRISE/SUNSET. OPERATED BY MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY. PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION. SISTER CITIES AND FRIENDSHIP CITIES. EARLIER DEVELOPMENT. HISTORY. GET AROUND. TOP BEST RESTAURANTS. BY BUS. CULTURE AND ART. BY SUBWAY. FESTIVALS. BBQ JOINT. STAY SAFE. BY TRAIN. NIGHT LIFE. CITY INFO. WATER. CAPITAL OF THE REPUBLIC. SISTER CITIES AND FRIENDSHIP CITIES. CITY INFO. XINJIEKOU. NOODLE (MIANTIAO) AND POT STICKER (JIAOZI) SHOPS. TOP BEST RESTAURANTS. TODAY. BY TAXI. SUBWAY. REFERENCES. BUDGET. AIR. GUIDE. WATER. SPORTS AND STADIUMS. HISTORY. PROVINCIAL UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. NATIONAL HIGHWAY. UNDERSTAND. OPERATED BY MINISTRY OF EDUCATION. BY BUS. QING PERIOD. 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PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC. REFERENCES. MID-RANGE. OPERATED BY THE GENERAL SPORT ADMINISTRATION. MEDIEVAL PERIOD. USEFUL INFO. WEATHER. NATIONAL MILITARY UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION. SEE. CITY INFO. CONTEMPORARY. A SIMPLE DIET. BUDGET. NIGHT LIFE. STAY SAFE. DUMPLINGS. BUILDINGS AND MONUMENTS. DO. ART. EMERGENCY NUMBERS. LIBRARIES. UNDERSTAND. ECONOMY. CURRENCY. AIR. POPULATION TREND. BY BUS. TRANSPORTATION. SISTER CITIES AND FRIENDSHIP CITIES. OPERATED BY THE JOINT COMMISSION OF THE STATE FOREST ADMINISTRATION AND PUBLIC ORDER MINISTRY. REPUBLIC OF CHINA IN MAINLAND PERIOD. BBQ JOINT. GOVERNMENT. MID-RANGE. SLEEP. SUBWAY. FOOD COURT UNDERNEATH XINJIEKOU. E. WORK. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. 1912 DISTRICT. CULTURE AND ART. PRIVATE COLLEGES. USEFUL INFO. QING PERIOD. BEIJING. WATER. GET IN. RAIL. FESTIVALS. OPERATED BY MINISTRY OF EDUCATION. NATIONAL HIGHWAY. EAT. BUY. HISTORY. RESTAURANTS. EARLY HISTORY. BY BUS. GET AROUND. ANCIENT PERIOD. GET OUT. BY SUBWAY. HUNAN ROAD. BY ROAD. BUDGET. SHANGHAI. OPERATED BY MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY. BY BOAT. NANJING. PARKS AND GARDENS. STAR. CAPITAL OF MING. XINJIEKOU. SUBWAY. CULTURE AND ART. OPERATED BY THE GENERAL SPORT ADMINISTRATION. WATER. DO. NIGHT LIFE. BBQ JOINT. MID-RANGE. ROAD. WEATHER. GUIDE. USEFUL INFO. BY TAXI. TODAY. DUMPLINGS. LIBRARIES. 1912 DISTRICT. MID-RANGE. OPERATED BY MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY. HISTORY. FOOD COURT UNDERNEATH XINJIEKOU. USEFUL INFO. PARKS AND GARDENS. NANJING. QING PERIOD. PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC. SISTER CITIES AND FRIENDSHIP CITIES. BUDGET. BUY. PRIVATE COLLEGES. PROVINCIAL UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. DRINK. BY ROAD. ANCIENT PERIOD. BY BUS. EAT. STAY SAFE. GET AROUND. WORK. SPORTS AND STADIUMS. SLEEP. BY TRAIN. PURPLE MOUNTAIN 紫紫紫. CITY INFO. NATIONAL UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. EARLIER DEVELOPMENT. ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS. BY SUBWAY. SUNRISE/SUNSET. POPULATION TREND. UNDERSTAND. GET IN. BY BUS. HUNAN ROAD. NANJING. 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BY BICYCLE. PURPLE MOUNTAIN PASS. TRANSPORTATION. OPERATED BY THE JOINT COMMISSION OF THE STATE FOREST ADMINISTRATION AND PUBLIC ORDER MINISTRY. MID-RANGE. ART. BY TAXI. DEMOGRAPHICS. OPERATED BY MINISTRY OF EDUCATION. NANJING. ECONOMY. RESTAURANTS. BUDGET. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. MID-RANGE. EDUCATION. TODAY. NANJING. LIBRARIES. BUILDINGS AND MONUMENTS. CITY INFO. PRIVATE COLLEGES. WORK. ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS. SISTER CITIES AND FRIENDSHIP CITIES. SEE. BY TRAIN. THE AREA AROUND THE CONFUCIUS TEMPLE. QING PERIOD. OPERATED BY THE GENERAL SPORT ADMINISTRATION. WEATHER. CAPITAL OF THE REPUBLIC. NATIONAL HIGHWAY. SUNRISE/SUNSET. CAPITAL OF MING. USEFUL INFO. SHANGHAI. EAT. CAPITAL OF THE SIX DYNASTIES. HISTORY. CULTURE AND ART. SUBWAY. GET OUT. WATER. HUNAN ROAD. NIGHT LIFE. BY BOAT. 1912 DISTRICT. REFERENCES. USEFUL INFO. RESTAURANTS. GET AROUND. PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC. UNDERSTAND. XINJIEKOU. NATIONAL UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. PARKS AND GARDENS. EARLIER DEVELOPMENT. AIR. EARLY HISTORY. 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Understand. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  4 Get in. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  4 Get around. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  5 See. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   6 Do. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   8 Work. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   8 Buy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   8 Eat. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   9 Drink. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  10 Sleep. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  10 Stay safe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  11 Get out. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  11 History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  11 Geography and climate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Government. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Demographics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Economy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Transportation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Culture and art. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sports and stadiums. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tourism. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Education. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . International relations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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To find the actual bus service. It usually works out cheaper to take the airport bus to downtown and take a taxi from there. including Hong Kong (with the exception of Shanghai due to its close proximity to Nanjing. The ticket office. The services run at 15-minute intervals with one line serving Zhonghuamen (also has good subway and bus connections) and Hanzhongmen. the majority of services between Nanjing and Huangshan (Yellow Mountain) will stop here so it's worth booking a ticket to Nanjing South (Nanjingnan) to avoid a slow 45-minute ride around the eastern suburbs to the main station. there are several ground transportation options into Nanjing. Many people prefer to take a train to Shanghai then bus. enter the bus station building and go to Gate 7 . rundown minibus and will usually drop you off several kilometres short of the airport and claim that the fare into the actual airport is several hundred kuai. Thailand. WARNING . from 1927 until their retreat to Taiwan in 1949.) It is a renowned historical and cultural city and was the capital of several dynasties over the course of Chinese history. as is the taxi stand and the entrance to the subway station. but may suit people traveling on a budget. there are bus and train services that travel to and from Nanjing. Although it's only a tiny station with a few services a day. It was most recently the capital of China under the Kuomintang. with a stop at Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and then on to Nanjing Zhongyangmen (and back). Both types of train also stop at Wuxi and Suzhou and some continue on to Hangzhou.both terminate at the railway station and connect with the subway and local city buses. Anhui and northern Zhejiang provicnces by bus as well as longer overnight sleeper services to Beijing (12 hours) and Guangzhou (24 hours). Understand Nanjing means "southern capital" (versus Beijing meaning "northern capital". clean modern   4  . Singapore and Germany. Generally. By train There are many daily departures to and from Shanghai and Shanghai HongQiao Station. With a current urban population of approximately 5 million people.buy the ticket from the kiosk at the gate.the departure areas are on the 2nd and 3rd floors and you'll go through a ticket and security check to enter this area. Most services depart from Zhongyangmen bus station. The south station is located about 1 block east of Zhonghuamen subway station so onwards connections are easy and usually quicker than from the main station. although locals refer to it as Nanjing North. take the metro or a taxi to your destination. which is about four hours away on slow trains and around 75 minutes on the new fast ones (see High-speed rail in China). the Chinese train system might appear a bit "weird" for European passengers. ignore the touts who hang around outside the bus station and subway station claiming to operate the official bus service . but it's comfortable. The 30-minute taxi ride to the downtown area will cost ¥100 or more (there's a ¥20 toll about 3 km away from the airport). Korea. It is situated on the north shore of Xuanwu Lake and is also very close to Zhongyangmen longdistance bus station. a large. Nanjing South station (adjacent to Zhonghuamen metro and bus stations) is to undergo a major redevelopment and most long-distance overnight services will depart from here in the future. pedestrian entrance and the local-bus station is on the first floor. It has many historical sites including Ming tombs that are on the UNESCO World Heritage List. you'll be loaded into the back of a small. and is recommended over a bus for most trips.if taking the bus to the airport from Zhonghuamen. Malaysia. It costs ¥136 from Shanghai and the By bus Nanjing is well connected to Shanghai. Arrivals are in the basement.they will usually quote the same price. It is modern and more like an airport than a train station . The bus runs four times a day from Shanghai Pudong International Airport. while the other runs to the east of the city and stops close to Fuzimiao. Many southbound trains start from Nanjing West. There are two express-bus routes from the airport to downtown Nanjing . however the facilities and public transport connections are nowhere near as good. You can also fly to Lukou International from most major cities in China. Nanjing is an important center for commerce and trade in Eastern China. A one-way ticket costs ¥20 and can be purchased from the kiosk outside the arrivals hall. Hangzhou and most destinations within Jiangsu. Fast trains offer better equipment and are comparable with a business class flight. a small terminal staiton just west of the downtown area. Nanjing Railway Station Train Timetable Get in By plane Nanjing's Lukou International Airport is about 35km from the city center and serves inbound international flights from Japan. taxi or train to Nanjing.) From the airport. Look for your train number on the indicator boards to find the right waiting room and when your train is called (usually 10 minutes before departure) just follow the crowd to find the right platform. From there. not the main ticket office. The main station is simply Nanjing Station. while slow trains are older and without as many amenities. If you're flying into Shanghai. reliable.  Nanjing  Nanjing Nanjing   Nanjing  · Understand  trip takes about five hours (only about four at night).

but if you're in a larger group. it may be much cheaper to travel by train. see Driving in China. By boat Nanjing is situated on the Yangtze river. so you may be better served using trains and buses between the cities and taxis in the cities. If you are interested in driving yourself. cross-river ferries. The card can be used on the subway.   Nanjing  · Get around  the driver upon exiting the cab. Stored-value tickets are also available (see above) and give a 5% discount.  Nanjing  terminal in the north of the city approximately 10 minutes walk to the west of the main train station. Ask for a printed receipt detailing the cab number. Scheduled passenger liner service is available along the Yangtze river between Shanghai downstream and Wuhan in the Hubei province upstream. which is adjacent to Zhonghuamen metro station. Buses running within the city proper will carry a route number displayed on a red placard below the front windscreen next to the entrance door. you are very unlikely to get a driver who speaks any English. As with anywhere else in China.particularly places that are inaccessible by subway. safe and fast way of getting from A to B quickly . remember to get your hotel's business card. although. The card costs Y80 and contains Y30 refundable deposit and Y50 credit. Routes By taxi Taxis are a great way to get around and most trips will cost less than ¥25. unless you're really on for a challenge. However. via the railway station and along the length of Zhongshan Lu through the city centre to Andemen . There are also bus stations serving nearby destinations at Hanzhongmen. and get hotel staff to write down your destination names in Chinese to show your taxi driver before you set off. The station has English signange and announcements but the ticket clerks generally cannot understand English. Trains run from approx. Single-journey tokens cost between 2 and 4 yuan depending on distance and can be purchased from vending machines in the station. Nanjing East (to the north of Purple Mountain) and Nanjing North (on the west side of the Yangtze River) although they are less useful to travellers. times. Google Maps displays bus services for Nanjing and some tourist maps such as those sold around the train station will have bus routes. You are likely to befuddle but please a driver by insisting that they accept additional 'free' money. and can be topped up at the aformentioned locations. kilometers traveled. although Nanjing's bus system feels a little aged compared to Hangzhou and Shanghai and has no English information. and money exchanged from   5  . sharing a car service can be cheaper. cheap. if the cab driver doesn't start using the meter and you don't say anything he/she may assume you don't know any better and overcharge you at the end of your journey. By bus Buses are handy for getting around . and every 6 minutes on each branch line. terminating nearby the Purple Mountain scenic area. Beware of traffic in the morning and evening rush hours. Get around If you're staying more than a few days it's worth buying a Jinlingtong (also known as IC-tong). Some services into Anhui province depart from Nanjing South (Zhonghuamen) station. Services between Maigaoqiao and Andemen run every 3 minutes. 3-figure route numbers follow indirect routes and run around quieter residential streets and are less handy for travellers. Trains run every 6 to 8 minutes. 5am to 11pm. Tipping is not expected in cabs in China. taxis (although drivers are reluctant to accept them and may tell you the scanner is broken) and in some Suguo convenience stores. so unless you speak Mandarin. Line 2 runs from the new town area in the west and follows Hanzhong Lu and Zhongshan Donglu to the east. Unlike cabbies in Beijing or Shanghai (who frequently shuttle foreigners around and may be accustomed to gratuity under the table) tipping in Nanjing is an alien concept. The lines are as follows: Line 1 runs from Maigaoqiao in the north. which can allow you to travel quite quickly from city to city. Low-numbered routes (1-100) follow major thoroughfares and link major shopping. By road There is a modern highway system between Shanghai and Nanjing. but can be an interesting way of seeing Nanjing's ordinary working class neighbourhoods. There are interchanges to Line 1 at Yuantong and Xinjiekou stations. all city buses (but not all suburban buses). most bus termini and from any branch of Huaxia Bank (look for an information window displaying the letters 'IC'). demand is high and the drivers make their shift changes around these times. so the price on the meter is the price you should pay. Routes displaying the Chinese character for 'you' (travel) are primarily aimed at tourists and link all the major tourist sights. These are available from any subway station.from there the line splits with alternate services going to the Olympic New Town area around the Olympic Sports Centre and to the south towards China Pharmaceutical University via the new South High-Speed train station. Keep in mind that you need to be a very experienced driver to handle Chinese traffic.the system has 2 lines and covers most of the central city. The cab driver should start the meter as soon as you are picked up (starting at ¥9). the river is mostly used for transport of goods. residential and transportation hubs. too. By subway The Subway is a clean. If you're just one person. Don't expect to get a cab during both the morning and afternoon rush hours.

fares are charged by distance and a conductor collects the fares. Then. By bicycle Nanjing is fairly cycle-friendly with segregated bike lanes on most busy roads . he started to build the city wall. The Gate of China (Zhonghuamen) (秦秦秦).631 square kilometers (about 1. 1368-1398) after he founded the Ming Dynasty(1368-1644) and established Nanjing as the capital 600 years ago. It took 21 years for the project. which involved 200. this museum comprises a tiny fraction of the once-massive original buildings. For suburban routes. and it is said that the river was channeled to the city of Nanjing during the reign of Emperor Qin Shi Huang. visitors can not only admire the sights along the river but can also experience the traditional culture of Nanjing. Changjiang Daqiao (Yangtze River No. The southern gate of Nanjing's city wall.going north-west). long emptied of provisions. Zhonghua Gate.016 square miles). so it was named Qin Huai River from then on. The wooden castle at top was destroyed by fire. Visitors can take boats at different wharfs to admire the scenery along the river. Qin Huai River (秦秦秦). Two courtyards contain an archery range and vegetable gardens. it should be tackled in the early morning as the roads will be crammed with fast-moving bus and taxi traffic for most of the day. keep walking till you get to Yuhua lu. Hanzhongmen (West) and Zhonghuamen (South/East). Note that many bus stops are some distance apart (often 3-4 blocks) so keep an eye out for your stop and an ear out for the stop's name on the PA announcements (which are only in Chinese). Buses heading to surrounding suburban towns depart from hubs on the edge of downtown such as Nanjing Train Station (North/East).   Nanjing  · See  Zhanyuan Garden. cross the highway and turn right. The bike/pedestrian path around the edge of Xuanwu Lake is a popular place for cyclists. is 110 kilometers (about 68 miles) in length and covers a drainage area of 2. Get your picture taken with the Confucius sculpture and grab some tea on one of the gondolas on the canal. To consolidate his sovereignty and keep out invaders. These services display the name of the suburb/town that they serve in Chinese characters and have no route number. Although it's possible to cycle up the Purple Mountain. to collect grains and to postpone the coronation. labyrinthine market. 806. a branch of the great Yangtze River. The river was originally called Huai River.however there are a lot of bikes on the road so care should be taken.no change is given so have some coins ready. Generally. and some of the hills in the central-west part of the city can be tiring to climb (but fun and a little scary to descend). and one of the best remaining examples of early Ming defensive architecture extant anywhere. Qin Huai River is so fascinating that it captures the imaginations of people both at home and abroad. The main gate has three immense depots within where. the pace is quite slow. but the immense masonry (each complete with the mason's name and home province by order of the emperor) substructure remains. Qin Huai River is the largest river in the Nanjing City area and is the 'life blood' of the city.Taking the painted boats to cruise on the Qinhuai River.take care on the many blind corners.1 Bridge .g. There's a discount of 20% for IC card users.There are many famous sites of interest along the banks of the Qin Huai River . including Confucius Temple just 5 minutes away. You need to provide a passport photo for each pass and they are valid for one calendar year. he adopted the suggestions of advisor Zhu Sheng to build a higher city wall. 801. On the southern side of town next to Zhonghua Gate and the Taiping Museum. If the bus is quiet then press the buzzer next to the door to signal to the driver that you want to alight. and the sights along the Taoye Ferry ride to Zhenhuai Bridge. 813 etc are night buses which run approximately twice an hour between 11pm and 5am when the regular service ends. Zhonghuanan Lu (Take subway line 1 to Zhonghuamen station and get out at exit 秦2. and the roads are narrow with no bike lanes. Fares are a flat 2 yuan on numbered services except for some routes which run older non-airconditioned buses which charge 1 yuan . turn left and head straight to the gate). Confucius Temple (秦秦/秦秦秦). you can find some scale models and exhibits   6  . The rest of the site is a massive. as well as a popular racing ground for local motorcyclists . a top tourist draw in Nanjing and a place where you can get all your haggling out of your system. Qin Huai River.000 laborers to move 7 million cubic meters of earth. such as the zoo or Yuhuatai Memorial Park and provides you with free entry to 21 different locations. The Nanjing Confucius Temple at night See The city pass can be bought for ¥100 at the entrance to any of the big parks in the city. Once an imperial examination testing center for the entire Jiangsu region.  Nanjing  numbered '8XX' e. The City Wall of Nanjing was designed by Emperor Zhu Yuanzhang (r. this massive gate is one of the best preserved parts of Nanjing's city wall. City Wall of Nanjing (秦秦).

from the old Ming capital of Nanjing. five stone 'Outer Dragon' bridges and a array of megaliths. ☎ 025-57715595. Jiming Temple is the most popular temple in Nanjing and it is located convenient to downtown.com). that can easily occupy you for hours. Plan an entire day just exploring the mountain and surrounding areas. The bridge was built after Soviet advisors left China during the Sino-Soviet Split of the 1960's. 830-1630. The elongated sites sympathetically restrained architecture and beautifully maintained gardens are interspersed with sculptures. 31and so on. Free. A great place to spend humid or rainy days. A memorial for the hundreds of thousands of Chinese who died at the hands of Japanese troops in Nanjing during World War II. Taiping Kingdom History Museum (秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦). and is therefore the first major project built entirely by Chinese. culminating in the siege of Nanjing. Next door are the beautiful Zhanyuan Gardens. murals and other artworks that inspire solemn meditations. Chinese. ¥40. Worth pondering over are a jade burial suit and an arched door from the Ming era Porcelain Pagoda. It was completely destroyed in the Qing Dynasty and what remains today barely hints at its size. Nanjing Museum (秦秦秦秦秦). bronzes and silk artefacts interspersed with cultural displays. as well as the former residence of Sun Yat-sen. Tickets are 5 RMB. and its relationship to its own imperial history. Jiangsu Province Kunqu Theatre. . In the tree shaded southern half are the small section of wall holding the huge arches of the Meridian Gate. Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge (秦秦秦秦秦秦). In one depot you can find an air raid siren used during the Japanese attack on the city. which includes 3 free incense with every ticket. Informational placards around the palace are printed in four languages. The Nanjing Massacre Memorial is a chilling reminder of Nanjing's place in history during World War II Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall (秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦). No. Captions are in English. the Taiping Rebellion. videos and objects to tell the full story. In addition to being one of the most sanguinary episodes in recorded history (some estimates put the loss of life higher than the dead from World War I). 830-1700. it was a crucial moment in China's relationship with the West. The palace was built by the first Ming Emperor in 1366 and originally stretched 2. with workers and farmers carrying tools. accompanied by insightful information boards around the walkway. Spend a day exploring the headquarters of past emperors and the Purple Mountain 秦秦秦 Some say that Nanjing is all about Tombs. soldiers carrying weapons. ¥30 to climb. Presidential Palace (秦秦秦). 11. (nj1937@126. 3. a traditional Chinese art form. which may include a direct subway connection in the future. some baring fragments of carvings. there are several bus stops nearby with over 20 buses pass like no. This highly-regarded theater company in Nanjing will give you a chance to see Kunqu Opera. Near Xuanwu Lake. but LED subtitling in contemporary Chinese characters is provided. Closed Mon.1 Ji Ming Si Road. . without foreign help. Expect the dialogue to be sung in ancient Chinese. Free.   Nanjing  · See  Nationalist government. The site was effectively a prototype of Beijing's Forbidden City as the layout was copied by the Emperors grandson when he moved the capital northwards in 1421. The quasi-Christian. Free. and Japanese. ZhongshanDong Lu (Directly above Minggugong subway station on line 2). The Palace includes the former offices of many top governmental officials.5km in length. This 6km bridge over the Yangtze has sculptures that are classics of Chinese sociallist art. most likely Quotations of Chairman Mao Zedong (better known as The Little Red Book). A new town is currently being constructed on the other side. and all of them holding books. Two partially excavated mass-burial sites reveal victims remains in situ. 830-18. peasant-lead rebellion overran an area greater than Texas which it ruled. On exhibit are documents relating to Taiping history and the grinding reduction of their movement by enterprising Qing generals and their European auxiliaries. A small museum focusing on a little-known historical event in the West (1843-68).  Nanjing  about the gate. firsthand. including Chiang Kai-shek and Sun Yat-sen. modernity. . Ruins of the Ming Dynasty Imperial Palace (Wuchaomen Park). 20. at one point threatening the Qing government in Beijing. It is one the few places in mainland China where the flag of the Republic of China still flies. Close to the entrance is the recently opened museum exhibiting multitudes of photos. Jiming Temple. somewhat evenhandedly. Free to look. 321 ZhongshanDong Lu (Next to Zhongshan Gate). 418 Shuiximen DaJie (Next to YunJinLu Subway station). Eleven exhibition halls display a mixture of poetry. The park has a shuttle "train" you can ride and is included in the price   7  . 292 Changjiang Lu.

Opposite Confucius Temple there's Aqua City Shopping Centre with retailers like H&M.cn. Between Xuanwu Hu and Purple Mountain is a hotel resort with an indoor waterpark and a nice wavepool (activated on the even hours). 11:00-17:00. Toys R Us and so on.a bewildering. and fun to explore even if you are not buying. complete with a amusement park for kids. jobs . especially clothing and tourist items. The streets outside the temple area provide more shopping opportunities. Mango and so on. Uniqlo. The tomb of Sun Quan. though (June 2011) ¥60. Guess. fax: +86 25 8713 1188). Crocs. See Teaching English for ideas on how to find a job teaching English overseas. subterranean complex of clothing boutiques and vendors that looks like a video game come to life. Tangshan Quan Yun Road.Hot Spring & Spa (秦秦秦秦秦秦). Work All of the universities and various other schools hire language teachers. see the "Eat" section for its location. Fendi. Vasque. . Ming Dynasty emperor Tomb.   Nanjing  · Do  Locally. Zara. Celine and so on.  Nanjing  of certain tickets. Do Tangshan Regalia . Versace. Hunan Road is a slightly more low-key version of Xinjiekou running between Xuanwu Lake and Zhongshanbei Lu it has most of the same stores including the Phoenix International Bookstore which has a whole floor of English-language books. The area around the Confucius Temple in the south of the city has a lot of shopping. There is also a cable car going up the hill for ¥25 one-way and ¥45 round-trip. or you can walk. Regalia Resort & Spa offers private hot springs room coupled with spa treatments to follow. The eight-floor Deji Plaza has a number of retailers such as Cartier. and of course some great slides. Paddle boats can be rented as well. some more upmarket Chinese places and a handufl of international restaurants incluing a Thai and Indian restaurant.including frequent requests for native speakers of less widely taught languages such as Italian and German are often advertised on the bulletin board at Skyways. For antique lovers. this place is a small market hosted next to the Confucius Palace. Watsons. and over the historic bridge which offers great photo opportunities. The picturesque nature of this lake is a nod to the high esteem held within China of Nanjing's beauty. The entrance to this mall is sandwiched between two shops but the neon lights provide a clue. It's the closest thing Nanjing has to Tokyo or Times Square. Xuanwu Hu. There is also a small pedestrianised street running south from Hunan Road which is lined with pretty much every variety of restaurant imaginable. From the Three Kingdoms period A Purple Mountain pass might be worth buying if you plan on visiting 2 or 3 of the parks on the mountain. The Purple Mountain pass can be bought for ¥100 at the entrance to Sun Yatsen's Memorial (and possibly at any of the other parks on the mountain) and provides you with entry to nine parks. and lots of great views of the city and Purple Mountain. several cheap jiaozi and noodle places. Louis Vuitton. Free Chaotiangong (秦秦秦). While you are there. a fantastic children's area. All the major retail is centered on this area. haggling over prices is the name of the game here. You can find all sorts of small and big objects there. a small zoo. Coach. including the usual KFC and McD's. some are real antiques. Buy Xinjiekou is Nanjing's fashion district. At DongFang Shopping Centre there's Gucci. On the outskirts of Xinjiekou are some higher-end establishments selling everything from single-malt scotch to MINIs. One of Nanjing's lakes has three islands in the middle all linked by causeways. others are fake. Suning. This place seems to be closed. as does the underground mall. and a lazy river around the perimeter. If it's a cup of tea that interests you check out the little gold-roofed floating tea houses on the canal. ☎ +86 25 8713 1188 (toll free: 400 115 3388. Tangshan is the perfect place to enjoy the relaxing pleasures offered by the natural hot springs. fast-paced heart of the city bathed in neon. which despite its complexity is only a couple of square blocks in size. It is a maze of tiny individual shops. Dr. With easy access from Huning Highway that provides accessible public or private transportation. Ermengildo Zegna. and "Fashion Lady" -. be prepared to negotiate the price ! This place is fun to stroll around seeing both things to sell and sellers as the environment is quite charming. Sun Palace. Look out for the stone camels. There are giant department stores including Wal-Mart. take a stroll through the temple. This is a Nanjing shopping experience you will want to return to again and again. the cosmopolitan. Tangshan is a historical natural hot springs area in Nanjing and known as one of the popular places to enjoy great vistas of the mountain and it is surrounded by tranquil forests and lake. While you might be able to get away with haggling at the Fashion Lady don't expect any in Deji Plaza. Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum (秦秦秦). Resting place of the leader of the 1911 revolution.com.   8  . If you are interesting in buying. If you want to buy something. sales-nanjing@regalia. a high-dive. If you are skilled in the art of bargaining you can easily get an asking price of ¥380 reduced to ¥80 without breaking a sweat.

snacks. try this cafe next to Nanjing Normal University. The Walmart (wa-er-ma) in Xinjiekou has an extensive grocery and live foods market on the basement level. Nan Xiu Cun 15-1 (near Shanghai road). Shanghai Lu (just South of Bejing Xi Lu). ¥10–¥30. or just looking for good bread and sandwiches. Owned by a German/Belgian couple Their sandwiches are of good quality and quite large and include a drink. with homemade pizzas. 秦秦秦. including a Hui restaurant (Hui are a Chinese ethnic group that practices Islam). The soup in these is drank with a straw. take your card to the cashier's desk to pay. ☎ +86 25 8473 0121. It is located right across from the Nanjing University International Student Dormitories right off of Shanghai Lu. If you can't read chinese and you're a bit picky on what you eat. You'll usually be able to find them served along side yaxue fensi duck blood noodles (秦秦秦秦) another local specialty. Old Place is located on Jinyin Jie. ☎ +86 25 8663 4834. LES 5 SENS 秦秦秦秦秦秦. Skyways Bakery (also known as the German Bakery). The main supermarkets in the central area are Times Extra (on Zhongyang Lu close to Xinmofan Lu subway station). It is located right across from the Nanjing University International Student Dormitories right off of Shanghai Lu. including a series of jiaozi vendors. A fondue restaurant originally established in Inter-   9  . there's an excellent dumpling restaurant (with an English menu) just off Ninghai Rd . ¥10–¥30. Orient Departement Store. . Western-style restaurant and coffee bar owned by French expats. Lotus (near Zhongyangmen Bus Station). When you leave.dumplings come in a variety of fillings in sets of 6 priced between Y2 and Y5. a secondary street running northbound before the intersection of Shanghai Lu and Guangzhou Lu has a few excellent miantiao shops. Western-style sandwiches at the popular American sub shop Subway. ¥20. which are similar. They serve sandwiches. floor 1. German Bread Store. Budget Nanjing has dozens of small noodle (miantiao) and pot sticker (jiaozi) shops on many of its streets. one in the Golden Wheel shopping mall. which serves only mutton and beef. Walmart (on the 2nd floor of Wanda Plaza Mall in Xinjiekou) and Carrefour (on Zhongshan Dong Lu). Gold and Silver is located on Jinyin Jie. At most Jiaozi shops you order and pay at the cashier desk by the entrance and you'll be given a ticket which you must take to the serving window. You'll be given a card upon entry .net). If it's late-night munchies you're after. These smokey little restaurants offer spicy meat kebabs (usually beef or lamb) along with BBQ'd vegetables. McDonalds has a number of restaruants in the city. with lots of customers speaking various European languages. It has reopened. 11h30 to 22h00. and one in the popular Da Yang department store. thin skinned dumplings filled with soup and meat. There are also many Suguo CVS convenience stores which are similar to 7-Eleven and stock drinks. ☎ +86 25-83 59 58 59 (info@les5sens. Bebbis. Here they have taken the Japanese innovation of recreating the menu items in plastic so that you can simply point and order. If you want to self-cater of just stock up on snacks/drinks then Nanjing has plenty of supermarkets and convenience stores. but much larger and filled with crab meat and soup. If you're missing some taste from home. bread. that are served steaming hot in baskets and tangbao (秦秦). ☎ +86 25 8332 8418. fish and even sticky-rice balls and also serve beer at about Y3 per bottle. and various styles of original German bread. providing traditional and family homemade french dishes.when you order. which has four stores in Nanjing. located just off Hunan Road (next to McDonalds). salads and French dishes for reasonable prices. just head down any small backstreet and follow your nose and you're sure to find a small BBQ joint. Most Suguo stores accept payment using the IC transport card. French restaurant with a French Chef and a cosy atmosphere. Here. It's a good place to have a few drinks and food in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. instant noodles and cigarettes. two in the Carrefour stores. hand it to the staff who will stamp your card. . drinks. a massive bowl of hot soup and noodles will only cost you about ¥6. 52-1 Hankou Lu (near Shanghai road). if Mid-range Soul Mate. If you're after genuine hand-made dumplings. although you must order at least 2 sets. ☎ +86 25 8481 2002. 10 Taipingmen Lu. The area closer to Nanjing University has plenty of good. 秦秦秦. ¥27. Qingdao Lu. You'll probably find foreign visitors here are all ours. They also have good salads and coffee at reasonable prices. 38 to 119 Rmb. Check out the bulletin board for employment opportunities in the city. Old Place Sichuan Food 秦秦秦秦秦. cheap eats. You can find inexpensive. there's an excellent restaurant called A Simple Diet. Gold & Silver 秦秦秦秦. Restaurants serving these can be found all over Nanjing usually in small hole in the wall restaurants or dining halls (秦秦) for cheap.  Nanjing  Eat Local specialties include xiaolongbao (秦秦秦).   Nanjing  · Eat  you're interested in their ¥7 menu (the Chinese equivalent of the Dollar Menu). burgers.

~¥150 for four. If you're hurting for an ale or stout (Chinese beer is invariably light) you can break up the monotony with a nice heavy import.com). Nanjing Danfeng International Hotel (秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦). . however. The area around Shanghai Lu. yet unassuming. Switzerland.. The servers are very attentive and the food typically comes out very fast. Although their listing on numerous websites says it is "wireless".they take VISA cards! Bloom's. Blue Sky. so brush up on your Mandarin. bars or nightclubs. (on Shanghai Lu). (main gate of the Mei Hua Shan Zhuang compound). Almost all are restaurants. The Castle Bar on Zhongyang Lu (close to the Gulou intersection and right next to McDonalds) is Nanjing's most popular student/expat dive and is most crowded (and smokey) on Friday and Saturday nights. Expat bar that is particularly popular with Australians with a pool table and jukebox. and towels are available for purchase. Bathrooms are all shared. Finnegans Wake Irish Bar is an authentic Irish bar on the Cinnalane development just north of Sanshan Street subway station. with paved courtyards between. Moving north from there is the Behind-the-Wall Cafe with reasonable Mexican food and drink. Sleep Drink Night life in Nanjing is very much alive. The location is great.  Nanjing  laken. just past the Bank of China) which is next to the YESBar nightclub/KTV and has excellent burgers. and you can find the epicenter in Nanjing's 1912 District. The two locations are located right across from each other on either side of the Shanghai Lu. Wi-Fi is available if you have either a China Mobile or China Unicom account. The little Bento box deals are terrific. Y10 for a tequila) and has live music on Saturday nights. (Could someone else confirm the closing of 24hr Coffee Tea. and one Budget Jasmine International Youth Hostel. each room is equipped with wired Internet connections (you can borrow an Ethernet cable from the recep-   10  . Other popular expat drinking spots include Jimmy's (on Hanzhong Rd West. ☎ +86 025 8322 6770.and some places that cater to them. and come with a cup of soup and fruit. On Shanghai Lu near Guangzhou is "Blue Sky". right downtown just west of the Presidential Palace. Kung serves a wide variety of traditional Korean dishes such as bulgogi and kimchi (in all its colorful variations). Bar and small menu if you want a quick bite without venturing outside. just off Zhongshan South Road (walk down the pedestrianised street next to the underground car park entrance the bar is on the left). Included is a Dairy Queen. very popular among Nanjing's Korean community. (<5km to most sites in all directions) close to Nanjing University and Grand Hotel. so don't try to grab a quick lunch here. 6 Cinnalane. is on the last corner before Beijing Lu. Free Wi-Fi on the ground floor and in the entertainment room. Many of the buildings look like they might have been around since 1912. Shanghai Road. Clean place. 24hr Coffee Tea. The service can be slow. place has excellent coffee and tea as well as reasonable lunch options. which is comparable to Shanghai's Xintiandi District. they're hard to come by in China). No 7 Hequnxincun. S. You can find good music just off Shanghai Lu. pizzas and Mexican food as well as a good choice of imported beers (mostly Australian) for about 20-30RMB a bottle and also has hookah pipes with various flavoured tobaccos (but no illegal substances. A sort of eclectic menu that offers pub fare like burgers or Indian food like vindaloo. Private rooms are spotlessly clean. ☎ +86 025 8330 0517 (jasminehostel@gmail. has quite a few expats . and the newer ones match the style of the older ones. Entry is free and drinks are cheap (Y15 for a bud. ~¥100. There is underground parking for cars and extensive outdoor parking for bikes and motorcycles on the north side of the complex. no. ¥45 for a bed in 6 bed dorm + ¥100 deposit returned upon checkout. A Korean-owned restaurant. 59-1 Yushi Street. 5PM-11PM.) This comfortable. very friendly staff and guests with decent levels of English. and excellent size for the money.   Nanjing  · Drink  location for good Italian food and drink (Jack's). has now opened a second restaurant in Nanjing. Kung. Order a selection of dishes and split them over four or five friends. you might find only Chinese patrons here and most seem to come just because they like the hostel as opposed to the city. Centrally located. North Floor 6 (秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦). an Aussie-owned bar with good music and a free pool table. The bar has excellent food (meals are in the 100RMB range) which use ingredients sourced from Ireland and there is a good choice of drinks including Kilkenny and Guiness (70RMB a pint). which runs between Nanjing University and Nanjing Normal University. ~¥100. Be warned that the menu is all Chinese characters (no pinyin) and the servers do not speak English. Easily the best budget option in Nanjing.. with a few spas and upmarket clothing shops in the mix. There is an extensive food court underneath Xinjiekou off of Fashion Lady shopping mall with lots and lots of options.mainly foreign students or English teachers from the two universities . ☎ 025 52207362. It is roughly a city block of two and three-story buildings. Good news if your tab gets too high . although they also stock Rizla Superking rolling papers. Zhongshan Rd (above Finnegans Wake).

fax: +86 25 8443 9255). Nestled at the foot of Purple Mountain in the province of Jiangsu. ☎ +86 (0)25 8359 4535. founded a fort named Yecheng (秦秦) in today's Nanjing area in 495 BCE according to the legend. bars. however there is a strong risk of being overcharged or driven to a location several kilometres from the actual airport. Under the Qin and Han   11  . there are plenty of shops. larger single & double rooms from about ¥160. Jin's Inn. Be careful if taking the bus to the airport from Zhonghuamen bus station as many touts claim to be the official bus service. Because Nanjing has a relatively small number of foreigners for a city its size. Kitchen-like facility though is still available one the floor. don't let this put you off visiting as the locals will still be very welcoming. Someone has to know that they manage two buildings while the other one have even single rooms to offer. Don't share a private room with anyone you don't want to see naked. ☎ +86 25 8443 0888 (tprsvns@hubs1. No. Also be careful of fake taxis operating from the bus stations and occasionally the A bixie sculpture at Xiao Xiu's tomb (AD 518) Nanjing was one of the earliest established cities in what is now China. however it's recommended not to appear too conspicuously Japanese and keep any opinions to yourself. 18 Jinyin Jie. Reserve online for discounted rate.net. washing machine and dryer let you clean travel-worn clothes. Fu Chai. and restaurants in the area. . Also be careful of motorbikes and bicycles driving on the pavement. but even picky Westerners will find something to eat. the State of Chu built Jinling Yi (秦秦秦) in the western part of present-day Nanjing. this Nanjing hotel provides 4-star accommodation with fantastic scenic views. In 333 BCE. Chinese breakfast is included. Double rooms (and a few triples) with private bathrooms. If you are Japanese. The official bus departs from Gate 7 and tickets should be paid for at the gate. the subway and around the main transport hubs.   Nanjing  · Stay safe  railway station . Located in a central part of town. Get out Nanjing Railway Station Train Timetable Mid-range International Conference Hotel Nanjing. ¥100-200. Many older Nanjingese may have a resentment towards the Japanese because of the events during World War II. Younger Nanjingese are more open and will often be more than happy to discuss the war. which are though way more expensive. This doesn't mean there is no risks. Those without can share the communal computer for free. while a common bathroom (squat toilets) and small kitchen is shared by the entire floor. Later in 473 BCE. Small dorm rooms (3 people/room) from about ¥50. the common scams seen in Shanghai and Beijing are almost non-existant. after eliminating the State of Yue. Free wi-fi and free lobby computer.always use the official taxi stand and ignore any taxi touts. the State of Yue conquered Wu and constructed the fort of Yuecheng (秦秦) on the outskirts of the present-day Zhonghua Gate. 10 locations in Nanjing. although you'll need to buy detergent. ~¥498. Pickpocketing is a problem in Fuzimiao as well as on crowded buses. as the bathroom/toilet is housed inside a strange transparent glass enclosure. The rooms in this 15-floor building are dorm style: 2-3 share a room. 2 Sifangcheng Zhongshanling. Lord of the State of Wu. This budget chain hotel has locations all over Nanjing. . Bus Tickets are ¥20 as of March 2010. Beginning with floor 11 the rooms got their own small Bathrooms with toilet and shower.  Nanjing  tion desk). Although traffic is slightly calmer than most Chinese cities it can still be much more manic than most Western countries take the usual precautions when crossing the road and also remember that right turns on a red light are legal in China so people driving across the crosswalk while the 'walk' sign is showing aren't actually breaking the law. Xiyuan: Nanjing University Foreign Student Dorm. however you may still see the occasional dodgy salesman selling counterfeit goods in Fuzimiao. History Early history Stay safe Good news! Nanjing is now officially the safest city in China this was the honour of Hangzhou until a recent rise in hotel robberies put Hangzhou in the headlines.

000 laborers 21 years to finish the project. The Śarīra pagoda in Qixia Temple. During this time. It was again named capital (then known as Jinling (秦秦) during the short-lived Southern Tang (937–975). In 317. fled from the north to the south and reestablished the Jin court in Nanjing. This city would soon play a vital role in the following centuries. Shortly after the unification of the region. He constructed what was the longest city wall in the world at that time. the West Jin state collapsed in wars. The Mongolians. Nanjing remained the capital of the North-South Division period for more than two and a half centuries. The city of Nanjing was razed after Sui took it. erected at the tombs of royals and other dignitaries. as well as nobles and wealthy families. who succeeded the Wu. Nanjing was the international hub of the East Asia and one of the largest city in the world. The present-day city wall of Nanjing was mainly built during that time.   12  . turning it into a small town. The period of division ended when the Sui Dynasty reunified China and destroyed almost the entire city. Since then. where Sun Quan of the Wu Kingdom during the Three Kingdoms Period relocated its capital to Jianye (秦秦). which was then called Jiankang (秦秦).000 registered households. a brother of Emperor Wu of Liang.  Nanjing  dynasties. cultural. Although conquered by the West Jin Dynasty in 280. The first emperor of the Ming Dynasty Zhu Yuanzhang (the Hongwu Emperor) who overthrew the Yuan Dynasty rebuilt this city and made it the dynastic capital in 1368. It was reconstructed during late Tang Dynasty. Nanjing and its neighboring areas had been well cultivated and developed into one of the commercial. Based on historical documents. the city has experienced destruction and renewal many times. and political centers of China during the rule of East Wu. the city had 280. and it is the longest surviving city wall in the world. remnants of the Jin court.   Nanjing  · History  Medieval period Capital of the Six Dynasties Nanjing first became a capital in 229 CE. it was called Moling (秦秦). Capital of Ming Zhonghua Gate is the south gate of the walled city of Nanjing. the occupiers of China. Jiankang's textile industry burgeoned and thrived during Song Dynasty despite the constant threat from the northern foreign invasions. A number of sculptural ensembles of that era. It was at first rebels of eight Jin princes for the throne and later rebels and invasion from Xiongnu and other nomadic peoples that destroyed the rule of Jin in the north. It was built in 601 and rebuilt in the 10th century. further consolidated the city's status as a hub of the textile industry under the Yuan Dynasty. The city wall was built in the 14th century and is the longest in the world. Possibly the best preserved of them is the ensemble of the Tomb of Xiao Xiu (475–518). It took 200. a city he extended on the basis of Jinling Yi in 211 CE. have survived (in various degrees of preservation) in Nanjing's northeastern and eastern suburbs. primarily in Qixia District.

including those made by the International Military Tribunal for the Far East and the Nanjing War Crimes Tribunal. Nanjing was invaded by British troops during the First Opium War. Dodo's troops approached Nanjing.000 committing suicide or fighting to the death.   Nanjing  · History  Both the Qing Viceroy and the Taiping king resided in buildings that would later be known as the Presidential Palace. but otherwise the city was spared the mass murders and destruction that befell Yangzhou. Days after Yangzhou fell to the Manchus in late May 1645. being renamed as Tianjing (秦秦) (lit. The sultan's grave. The following decade is known as the Nanjing decade.000 and 350. so revolutionaries asked Yuan Shikai to replace Sun as president in exchange for the emperor's abdication. other famous Ming-era structures in the city included the Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum (still one of the most famous sites of the region) and the Porcelain Tower (destroyed by the Taipings in the 19th century).000. which was ended by the Treaty of Nanking in 1842. the Nanjing area was known as Jiangning (秦秦) and served as the seat of government for the Liangjiang Viceroy. However. Nanjing was the capital of the Taiping Kingdom in the mid-19th century. the Kuomintang (KMT) under Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek again established Nanjing as the capital of the Republic of China. was discovered in Yuhuatai District south of the city in 1958. 1927 The Xinhai Revolution led to the founding of the Republic of China in January 1912 with Dr. and carried out the systematic and brutal Nanking massacre (the Rape of Nanking).   13  . who died during his visit to China in 1408. Japan started the Second Sino-Japanese War. After the fall of Beijing to the Li Zicheng's rebels and then to Manchu Qing invaders. his regime could not offer effective resistance to Manchu troops. who went to sail the Pacific and Indian Oceans. when the Manchu army. In 1927. when the third emperor of the dynasty. Yuan demanded the capital be at Beijing (closer to his power base). In 1940秦a Japanese-collaborationist government known as the "Nanjing Regime" or "Nanjing Nationalist Government" led by Wang Jingwei was established in Nanjing as a rival to Chiang KaiShek's government in Chongqing. and it was visited by foreign dignitaries. Zhu Yousong. with a suitably royal bixi stone tortoise monument. however. after the Surrender of Japan. Zhao the Earl of Xincheng. Heaven's Capital). Nanjing was destined to become the capital of a Ming emperor one more time. as they used the Presidential Palace in Nanjing as their headquarters. put the number of dead between 300. During the Qing Dynasty (1644–1911). the National Government of China was relocated to the southwestern city Chungking (now Chongqing) and resumed Chinese resistance. promptly surrendered the city to them. The Manchus soon ordered all male residents of the city to shave their heads in the Manchu way. relocated the capital to Beijing. such as the sultan of Brunei Abdul Majid Hassan. The National Government of the Republic of China in Nanjing. and the commander of the city's garrison. In 1937. The total death toll.000 in 1400. It is believed that Nanjing was the largest city in the world from 1358 to 1425 with a population of 487. and the imperial palace was looted by local residents. Capital of the Republic Qing period Over two centuries after the removal of the capital to Beijing. led by Prince Dodo approached Jiangnan the next spring. and the suicide of the last "real" Ming emperor Zhu Youjian (the Chongzhen Emperor) in the spring 1644. Their troops occupied Nanjing in December. the Ming prince Zhu Yousong was enthroned in Nanjing in June 1644 as the Hongguang Emperor. and Nanjing was selected as its new capital. As Qing general Zeng Guofan retook the city in 1864. It had been visited by the Kangxi and Qianlong Emperors a number of times on their tours of the southern provinces. massive slaughter occurred in the city with over 100. A few days before the fall of the city. Besides the city wall. In 1946. early-Ming Nanjing had worldwide connections: it was home of admiral Zheng He. The Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall was built in 1985 to commemorate this event. As the center of the empire.  Nanjing  Nanjing remained the capital of the Ming Empire until 1421. the KMT relocated its central government back to Nanjing. Sun Yat-sen as the first provisional president. the Hongguang Emperor fled Nanjing. the Qing Dynasty still controlled the northern provinces. Beset by factional conflicts. His short reign was described by later historians as the first reign of the so-called Southern Ming Dynasty. and this became internationally recognized once KMT forces took Beijing in 1928. Zhu Di. and destroyed the former imperial palace. fared a lot worse than his ancestor Zhu Yuanzhang three centuries earlier. requisitioned a large section of the city for the bannermen's cantonment. On June 6.

and today remains.   Nanjing  · History    14  . 1949. The People's Liberation Army conquered Nanjing. Nanjing was initially a province-level municipality. After the establishment of the People's Republic of China.  Nanjing  People's Republic On April 23. but very soon became. the provincial capital of Jiangsu.

9 °C (2 °F). Zhenjiang to the east. which is part of the downstream Yangtze River drainage basin.8 °C (36.3 to 82 °F). with the CPC Nanjing Committee Secretary as the de facto governor of the city and the mayor as the executive head of the government working under the secretary. However. The four seasons are distinct here. 1. a tiger crouching”. one town downstream when following the south bank of the Yangtze. one town downstream when following the north bank of the Yangtze. Typhoons are uncommon but possible in the late stages of summer and early part of autumn. Sun Quan then renamed the city from Moling (秦秦) to Jianye (秦秦) shortly thereafter. it has several natural hot springs such as Tangshan Hot Spring in Jiangning and Tangquan Hot Spring in Pukou. with damp conditions seen throughout the year.0 °C (109 °F) . and 1.4 to 27. Sun Yet-sen spoke highly of Nanjing in the “Constructive Scheme for Our Country”. during which the city experiences a period of mild rain as well as dampness.598 square kilometres (2. Along with Wuhan and Chongqing. lakes and plains all integrated in it. the Yangtze River Delta. On its western boundary is Anhui Province. while the Ningzheng Ridge surrounds the north. and the Stone Mountain. Natural lakes such as Xuanwu Lake and Mochou Lake are located in the center of the city and are easily accessible to the public. and Changzhou to the southeast. the west part of the Ningzhen range is in Nanjing. and in between. Furthermore. Its reserves of strontium rank first in East Asia and the South East Asia region. Nanjing has a humid subtropical climate (Köppen Cfa) and is under the influence of the East Asia Monsoon. Nanjing currently consists of thirteen county-level divisions. On average precipitation falls 115 days out of the year. It is hardly [sic] to find another city like this. and two are counties. Administrative divisions The sub-provincial city of Nanjing has direct jurisdiction over 11 districts (秦 qu) and 2 Counties (秦 xian):   15  . “The position of Nanjing is wonderful since mountains. Nanjing borders Yangzhou to the northeast. the Loong-like Zhong Mountain is curling in the east of the city. Among them. and the lowest −16. iron and sulfur reserves make up 40 percent of those of Jiangsu province. hence the name “door of the east and west. while hills like Purple Mountain are covered with evergreens and oaks and host various historical and cultural sites.062 millimetres (42 in). In addition. the time from mid-June to the end of July is the plum blossom Meiyu season. where Nanjing borders 5 prefecture-level cities. Government The full name of the government of Nanjing is "People's Government of Nanjing City". Nanjing is the intersection of Yangtze River—an east-west water transport artery and Nanjing-Beijing railway—a southnorth land transport artery. Nanjing also enjoys beautiful natural scenery. damp winters. The city is 300 kilometres (190 mi) west-northwest of Shanghai. both from the Yangtze River and groundwater.5 Surrounded by the Yangtze River and mountains. The highest recorded temperature is 43. which include more than 40 kinds of minerals. with monthly mean values ranging from 2.400 kilometres (870 mi) east-northeast of Chongqing. cold. throat of the south and north”.Lower Yangtze Valley and Eastern China Nanjing. east and south side of the city. The Yangtze River flows past the west side of Nanjing City. very hot and muggy summers.” Geography and climate Nanjing Area . The annual mean temperature is around 15. hence the name “the Zhong Mountain. of which eleven are districts.  City info  City info City info   City info  · Geography and climate  °C (59. Nanjing is endowed with rich natural resources. The districts are the urban areas of Nanjing while the counties are the rural areas governed by the city. is situated in one of the largest economic zones of China.200 kilometres (750 mi) south-southeast of Beijing. a dragon curling. Mr. Sun Quan relocated his capital to Nanjing after Liu Bei's suggestion as Liu Bei was impressed by Nanjing's impeccable geographic position when negotiating an alliance with Sun Quan.9 °F). Nanjing also possesses abundant water resources. Nanjing is traditionally referred to as one of the "Three Furnacelike Cities" along the Yangtze River (秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦) for the perennially high temperatures in the summertime. The city is under the one-party rule of the CPC. and the average annual rainfall is 1.548 sq mi). with a total land area of 6. spring and autumn are of reasonable length. the tiger-like Stone Mountain is crouching in the west of the city.

accounting for 44 percent of the GDP of the city. and Sharp. Some representative big state-owned firms are Panda Electronics. Iveco. Ning-He. Nanjing has become an industrial center for textile and mint owing to its strategic geographical location and convenient transportation. The statistics in 2008 estimated the total population to be 7.3 million. mainly because of the rapid expansion of the wealthy population after Nanjing once again regained the political spotlight of China. Into the first half of the twentieth century. comprising 9. Nanjing-Xian (Ningxi). See also Transport in Nanjing. chemical and steel factories were established successively. Ning-Hang enable commuters to travel to Shanghai. Passenger rail service in Nanjing is provided mainly by Nanjing Railway Station. and the city became one of the most prosperous cities in China and even the world. Road As an important regional hub in the Yangtze River Delta. 77. Smith. As in most of eastern China the ethnic makeup of Nanjing is predominantly Han nationality (98. Express highways such as Hu-Ning. as part of the national plan of rapid industrialization. Hefei. The tertiary industry also regained prominence. In 1933.5 million people. A new Nanjing South Railway Station has started construction. public transportation is the dominant mode of travel of the majority of the citizens. In 1999. among which the vast majority (64. water and air. Nanjing is well-connected by over 60 state and provincial highways to all parts of China. Overenthusiastic in building a “world-class” industrial city. Nanjing-Qidong (Ningqi). Different means of transportation constitute a three-dimensional transport system that includes land. Since 2008. the revenue generated by the food and entertainment industry in the city exceeded the sum of the output of the manufacturing and agriculture industry. The city now has four bridge or tunnel crossings spanning the Yangtze. Hefei-Nanjing (Hening) Railways. Electrical. with electronics. leaders of Nanjing also made many disastrous mistakes during the development. Nanjing has received increasing attention from foreign investors. while the registered population was 6. In the 1950s. In 2010 the sex ratio of the city population was 107. such as spending hundreds of millions Rail Nanjing is an important railway hub in eastern China.832) were Hui nationalities. One third of the city population worked in the service industry. attracting merchants from all over China to sell their products in Nanjing. Nanjing gradually shifted from a production hub into a heavy consumption city. and power as the "Five Pillar Industries". It serves as rail junction for the Beijing-Shanghai (Jinghu) (which is itself composed of the old Jinpu and Ninghu Railways. with   16  . As in most other Chinese cities.13 percent of the district's population. Nanjing-Wuhu (Ningwu).76 percent to the minority population.311) and Zhuang (533) nationalities. The urban area had a population of 5.86 percent and the death rate was 6.31 males to 100 females. shipbuilding and many other industries. and was the busiest business center in the Far East. petrochemical.  City info  Demographics According to the Sixth China Census. Transportation Nanjing is the transportation hub in eastern China and the downstream Yangtze River area.394 residents belonged to minority nationalities.   City info  · Demographics  of yuan to mine for non-existent coal. drugs and gambling also thrived. A number of huge department stores such as Zhongyang Shangchang sprouted up. Hangzhou.56 percent). Since China's entry into the WTO. It led in textile. converting Nanjing into a heavy industry production center of East China. iron and steel. This will officially be claimed the largest railway station in Asia after it is finished. such as Volkswagen Group. the total population of the City of Nanjing reached 8. Economy Earlier development Since the Three Kingdoms period. Most of the minority nationalities resided in Jianye District. A. there are 230 kilometres (140 mi) of highways. have established their lines there. printing.88 percent. with 50 other minority nationalities. The second and third largest minority groups were Manchu (2. while prostitution. resulting in the negative economic growth in the late 1960s. and so far a number of famous multinational firms. During the Ming Dynasty Nanjing's industry was further expanded. while both Nanjing West Railway Station and Nanjing South Railway Station serve minor roles. and on average. Today The current industry of the city basically inherited the characteristics of the 1960s. The city is also vying for foreign investment against neighboring cities in the Yangtze River Delta. mechanical. two new foreign firms establish offices in the city every day.O. Jincheng Motors and Nanjing Steel.005 million in 2010. Inside the city of Nanjing. mint. cars.7 million. and other important cities quickly and conveniently. The birth rate was 8. contributing 83. the CPC invested heavily in Nanjing to build a series of state-owned heavy industries. which are tying districts north of the river with the city center on the south bank.

The city is planning to complete a 655-kilometer (409 mi)-long Metro and light-rail system by 2030. Nanjing Metro Line 1. during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. The port area is 98 kilometres (61 mi) in length and has 64 berths including 16 berths for ships with a tonnage of more than 10.6 sq mi). serves both national and international flights. and is also linked to various intercity highways. In the Tang and Song dynasties. Public Transportation Culture and art Xinjiekou Station of Line 2. The airport is connected by a 29-kilometer (18 mi) highway directly to the city center. The bridge became a source of pride and an important symbol of modern China. in March 2004. which mainly consists of bus. Nanjing was a place where poets gathered and composed poems reminiscent of its luxurious past. the bridge is a two-tiered road and rail design spanning 4. In the 1960s the first Yangtze river bridge was completed. provides more than 370 routes covering all parts of the city and suburban areas. Korea. Xincheng and Xinningpu).56 kilometers per hundred square kilometers (69. taxi and metro systems. 2005. Today. Longtan Containers Port Area opened.000. 2010.6 sq mi). the one million container-capacity base.94 mi/38. The airport currently has 85 routes to national and international destinations.  City info  a highway coverage density of 3.5305 million passengers. Being one of the four ancient capitals of China. In 2010. and 10th for yearly cargo transport. making it accessible to the passengers from the surrounding cities.38  kilometers per hundred square kilometers (2. becoming almost the only solid connection between North and South in eastern China at that time. Nanjing Metro The city also boasts an efficient network of public transportation. with approximately 1. Nanjing Library Air Nanjing's airport. The bus network. further consolidating Nanjing as the leading port in the region. started service on May 15. Argos. the airport handled 12. Nanjing has always been a cultural center attracting intellectuals from all over the country. National Highway: China National Highway 312   City info  · Culture and art  Water Port of Nanjing is the largest inland port in China. Thailand. Art Main article: List of Nanjing Art Groups   17  . with a long cultural tradition and strong support from local educational institutions.59 million tons in 2007. again acting as a hub where different thoughts and opinions converged and thrived. Nanjing is also the biggest container port along the Yangtze River. Zhongbei.580 metres spanning the river itself.10 mi/38. which is currently run by five companies (Nanjing Gongjiao. the city was the official imperial examination center for the Jiangnan region. It was ranked 14th among 126 civil airports in China in terms of yearly passenger transport. Begun in 1960 and opened to traffic in 1968. Nanjing Sample Technology Company Limited is a major provider of Intelligent traffic systems. Lukou International Airport. The total road coverage density of the city is 112. yearly throughput reaching 108. Malaysia. Line 2 and the extension of Line 1 officially opened to passenger service on May 28. which include Japan. having been built and designed by the Chinese themselves following failed surveys by other nations and the reliance on and then rejection of Soviet expertise. Nanjing is commonly viewed as a “city of culture” and one of the more pleasant cities to live in China.600 metres on the upper deck.[citation needed] The expansion of the Metro network will greatly facilitate the intracity transportation and reduce the currently heavy traffic congestion. Singapore and Germany.

2 million volumes. cinemas. the Nanjing City Wall Cultural Museum. used as convention halls. It is considered a conservative and traditional troupe. Jiangsu Province Kun Opera is one of the best theatres for Kunqu. the Taiping Kingdom History Museum. Night life Qinhuai River Traditionally Nanjing's nightlife was mostly centered around Confucius Temple area along the Qinhuai River. owned by Nanjing University. Nanjing Museum. The major theatres include the People's Convention Hall and the Nanjing Arts and Culture Center. also have their own special exhibitions. musical halls and theatres on different occasions. Other libraries. such as Red Chamber Art Garden and Jinling Stone Gallery. Almost none of them. Nanjing University Library. Libraries Nanjing Library. Nanjing Dance Company. founded in 1907. the Nanjing Customs Museum. they include: Qianxian Dance Company. Other events include Nanjing Baima Peach Blossom and Kite Festival. the largest plum collection in China. houses more than 7 million volumes of printed materials and is the third largest library in China. however. Nanjing. attracts thousands of tourists both domestically and internationally. Jiangsu Art Gallery is the largest gallery in Jiangsu Province. is the first modern museum and remains as one of the leading museums in China. More than 100 multimedia networked-computers are available to readers. Nanjing Xiaohonghua Art Company are just a few to list. China's oldest stage art. after the National Library in Beijing and Shanghai Library. also provide considerable amount of information to citizens. Jiangxin Zhou Fruit Festival and Linggu Temple Sweet Osmanthus Festival. Instead. with a collection of 4. Theatre Most of Nanjing's major theatres are multi-purpose. bathing in Qing Xi on March 3. the Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall. Boating at night in the   18  . such as city-owned Jinling Library and various district libraries. and puppet theatre. is also one of the leading university libraries . Yue (shaoxing). the City Museum of Nanjing. hosts a series of government-organised events throughout the year. where night markets. as a popular tourist destination. presenting some of the best traditional and contemporary art pieces of China. are still celebrated by modern Nanjingese.  City info  Some of the leading art groups of China are based in Nanjing. and a small museum and tomb honoring the 15th century seafaring admiral Zheng He. which included climbing the City Wall on January 16. restaurants and pubs thrived. Other museums include the China Modern History Museum in the Presidential Palace. Nanjing also has professional opera troupes for the Yang.   City info  · Culture and art  Museums Nanjing Museum Festivals Main article: List of Festivals and Events of Nanjing Many traditional festivals and customs were observed in the old times. many other smaller-scale galleries. formerly known as National Central Museum under KMT rule. The annual International Plum Blossom Festival held in Plum Hill. Main article: List of museums in Nanjing Nanjing has some of the oldest and finest museums in China. Xi and Jing (Chinese opera varieties) as well as Suzhou pingtan. Jiangsu Peking Opera Institute. spoken theatre. hill hiking on September 9 and others (the dates are in Chinese lunar calendar).

000. tennis court. Sports and stadiums Nanjing Olympic Sports Center As one of the majors cities. In 2005. whose major stadium's capacity is 18.  City info  river was a main attraction of the city.C. there was a new stadium. relics and much more. Jiangsu Nangang Basketball Club is a competitive team which has long been one of the major clubs fighingt for the title in China top level league.. Nanjing Olympic Sports Center has a stadium of capacity 60. Jiangsu Volleyball men and women teams are also traditionally considered as at top level in China volleyball league. Nanjing hosted the 10th National Games of P. is a long-term tenant of Nanjing Olympic Sports Center. Compared to Wutaishan Sports Center. in 2005 and will host the 2nd summer Youth Olympic Games in 2014.   City info  · Sports and stadiums  Tourism Nanjing is one of the most beautiful cities of mainland China with lush green parks. which attracts thousands of tourists every year. Wutaishan Sports Center was established in 1952 and it was one of the oldest and most advanced stadiums in early time of People's Republic of China. historical buildings & monuments. gymnasium.600. one can see the statues of the famous teachers and educators of the past not too far from those of the courtesans who educated the young men in the other arts. the stadium in Nanjing Olympic Sports Center is more advanced and has a bigger capacity. CBA. There are two major sports centers in Nanjing. Another football club that plays in secondary China professional level. natural scenic lakes. Thus. Wutaishan Sports Center and Nanjing Olympic Sports Center. small mountains. Both of these two are comprehensive sports centers. Its gymnasium has capacity of 13. constructed in Nanjing. China Jia League is Nanjing Yo Yo who hosts Wutaishan Sports Center as their home stadium. in order to host The 10th National Game of People's Republic of China.000. natatorium. and natatorium of capacity 3.000. Nanjing Olympic Sports Center. including stadium. the football club currently staying in China Super League. etc. Linggu Temple Classical buildings in the Mochou Lake   19  . Nanjing is the ground of many professional sports teams. Jiangsu Sainty.R.

Taiping Road) The Complex of Former Academia Sinica (39 E. many structures were built around that time. Nanjing Purple Mountain Observatory St. Zhongshan Road Former Foreign Embassies in Gu Lou Area Huiwen Institute Bell Tower (196 Zhongshan Road) Jiangsu Art Gallery (Former National Art Gallery) Lizhi She (307 E. Zhongshan Road) Former Central Government Building Group along N. some of them still remain which are open to tourists. Zhongshan Road) Dahua Theatre (67 S. Paul's Church (396 S.jpg Zhonghua Gate Contemporary Jinling Hotel On Zhongshan (19th) Avenue Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge River-crossing Victory Monument Nanjing Harbor on Latitude 8th Street Buildings and monuments Ancient period Beiji Ge City Wall of Nanjing Chaotian Palace Confucius Temple (Temple of Confucius) and Qinhuai River Drum Tower Jiangnan Gongyuan Jiming Temple Jinghai Temple Linggu Temple Ming Dynasty Palace Site Parks and gardens Purple Mountain Scenic Area Zhongshan Botanical Garden Nanjing Zoo   20  . Zhongshan Road) Macklin Hospital (321 Zhongshan Road. Beijing Road) The Complex of Former Central University The Complex of Former Jinling University Yangzi Hotel (2 Baoshan Road) Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum and its surrounding area Hall of Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum. Central Hotel (237 E. present day Gu Lou Hospital) Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall Nanjing Museum Complex Officials Residence Cluster along Yihe Road Presidential Palace. Even today. Zhongshan Road) Central Stadium (present day Nanjing Physical Education Institute) China Bank of Communications Nanjing Branch (1 E.  City info    City info  · Tourism  Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum and its surrounding complex Zhonghua Gate Qixia Temple South Tang Mausoleums Stone City The Porcelain Pagoda of Nanjing Yuejiang Lou Xu Garden Zhan Yuan Garden Republic of China in mainland period Because it was designated as the national capital.

Currently. which are listed as follows:   City info  · Education  PLA Nanjing Army Command College (秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦 Provincial Universities and Colleges Nanjing Normal University (秦秦秦秦秦秦) Nanjing University of Technology (秦秦秦秦秦秦) Nanjing Forestry University (秦秦秦秦秦秦) Nanjing Medical University (秦秦秦秦秦秦) Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (秦秦秦秦秦秦 秦) Nanjing University of Finance & Economics (秦秦秦秦秦秦) Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications (秦秦秦秦 秦秦) Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology 秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦 Nanjing Institute of Technology (秦秦秦秦秦秦) Nanjing Institute of Physical Education (秦秦秦秦秦秦) Nanjing Arts Institute (秦秦秦秦秦秦) Nanjing Audit University (秦秦秦秦秦秦) Nanjing Xiaozhuang College (秦秦秦秦秦秦) Jinling Institute of Technology (秦秦秦秦秦秦) National Universities and Colleges Private Colleges Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology Operated by Ministry of Education Nanjing University (秦秦秦秦) Southeast University (秦秦秦秦) Hohai University (秦秦秦秦) Nanjing Agricultural University (秦秦秦秦秦秦) China Pharmaceutical University (秦秦秦秦秦秦) Operated by Ministry of Industry and Information Technology Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (秦秦秦秦秦秦 秦秦) Nanjing University of Science & Technology (秦秦秦秦秦秦) Operated by the joint Commission of the State Forest Administration and Public Order Ministry Nanjing Forest Police College (秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦) Operated by the general sport Administration Nanjing Sport Institute (秦秦秦秦秦秦) Sanjiang College (秦秦秦秦) Hopkins-Nanjing Center Communication University Of China' Nanjing秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦 International relations Sister cities and friendship cities Nanjing currently has 18 sister cities (areas): National Colleges Military Universities and PLA University of Science and Technology (秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦) PLA Nanjing Political College (秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦) PLA Nanjing International Relation College (秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦 秦秦) PLA Naval Command College (秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦秦   21  . it boasts of some of the most prominent educational institutions in the region.  City info  Education Nanjing has been the educational center in southern China for more than 1700 years.

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  Useful info  Medical: 120 Fire: 119   Useful info  · Emergency numbers  Notes: Traffic accident – 122. along with government owned ambulance service 120.   24  . 999 for private ambulance service in Beijing.

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