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Fuzhou Travel Guide

Fuzhou Overview

Fuzhou, the capital of Fujian province, located on the lower reaches of the Minjiang River, is a famous hitoric and cultural city in China. Since the Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127), local residents planted many banyan trees in the city, hence the name "Banyan City". It has a total area of 11,968 square kilometers and a population of 6.71 million. Fuzhou is an important tourist hub in Fujian Province.

Fuzhou is one of the three cities in China with the largest number of hot springs. Most of them are concentrated in the downtown area. It is rare that the low is extensive and large and temperature is high. Fuzhou has brought forth many famous figures in its long history, including national hero Lin Zexu (1785-1850), pioneer thinker Yan Fu (1854-1921) and famous writer Lin Shu (1852-1924). Historic sites are scattered everywhere in the city, such as ten ancient side streets known collectively Three Neighborhoods and Seven Allegs, Tanshi Hill and the Mawei Stockyard. Fuzhou has six Buddhist temples of the national level, the largest number in the cities inhabited by the Han ethnic group in China. With a history of 4,000-5,000 years, the Tanshi Mountain ruins in Minhou County, Fuzhou is the cradle of the ancient culture of Fujian, and the birthplace of the Min clan in the pre-Qin period.

Fuzhou Tour Guide

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