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Zhongshan Mountain Mational Park
Zhongshan is often surrounded by purple clouds and so it is also known as Purple Mountain. Zhongshan and Houhu are in harmony, with a foundation in Nanjing. With the trend of “Dragons”, Zhongshan stands on the bank of the Yangtze River, covered in smog, and after thousands of years, it is still covered in lush greenery.  The number of kings and heroes, pines and multiculturism were outstanding in the mountains. Amongst these are the Six dynasty culture, the Ming dynasty culture, the Republican culture, the landscape culture, the ecological leisure culture, and the Buddhist culture. It is the “first mountain of humanity in the Chinese city.”
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Confucius Temple
I have visited the Qinhuai River in Nanjing Confucius Temple more than once. Every time I visit, I feel different. When you mention the Qinhuai River, you will inevitably think of Du Mu's poem: “the smoke cage cold water, the low-pitched sing, the moon's backyard flowers. . .” Everything that depicts a cold Qinhuai night.  Nowadays, the Qinhuai River is not the same as it was at that time. Looking at the bustling and brightly lit scene, it is quite different from what you would imagine. When Nanjing is rainy, it is too sentimental in my eyes, but it is also unique. During the trip, I always felt that the scenery needed a blue sky and white clouds to look good. But Nanjing has an unparalleled rainy temperament. 
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Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum
In the fall, the most beautiful part of Jinling is the Zhongshan Scenic Area. There are many tourist attractions here, such as Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum, Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum, Meiling Palace, Linggu Temple and so on. Even a random Wutong Avenue in the mountains can be amazing in the fall. In the Wutong Avenue in the mountains, the leaves of the phoenix tree are all yellow, and when the wind blows, it falls a lot with the wind.  In the early morning, the fallen leaves had not yet been swept away and when I walked on it, it made a sound. This road is my favourite one. In the summer, the trees are shaded by the sun. It is a rare summer resort. The golden leaves in autumn are very charming. It is not as nice in the winter since there is a trace of desolateness and depression. The best place to take pictures here is the stone road in Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum.
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Nanjing 1912 Pub Street
Nanjing 1912 Bar Street is the place where Nanjing nightlife begins. It became a business place of Nanjing with its distinctive architecture of the Republic of China. Take bus No. 34 to the east side of Daxinggong and walk on foot.  In 1912, a tree of life was designed by Taiwanese designer Mr. Zhao Minzhi, and carefully crafted by the Coco-Cola Company. The tree of life uses the curved bottle of Coco-Cola as the trunk and grows heart-shaped branches and leaves. There are hollows on the treetops and the dove pattern symbolizes peace and freedom. 
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Linggu Scenic Area
As the capital of the early Ming Dynasty, Nanjing has preserved many historical sites. Among them, the most intensive tourist attraction is the Zhongshan Scenic Area, which includes the Ming Dynasty Xiaoling, a world cultural heritage, the Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum, a national 5A-level scenic spot, as well as Linggu Temple, Meiling Palace, Meihua Mountain and many other special attractions. Linggu Temple is the most famous temple in Nanjing, and the Ming Dynasty was more than 600 years ago. Linggu Temple has a long history. It existed in the Southern Dynasty during Emperor Wu of the Liang Dynasty. In the Ming Dynasty, it was sealed by Zhu Yuanzhang as the "first Zen forest in the world", juxtaposed with the Dabaoen Temple and Tianjie Temple. Compared with Ming Xiaoling and Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum, Linggu Temple should be much cleaner. The old trees here are towering and the scenery is beautiful. Linggu Temple Xuanzang Memorial Hall is dedicated to the statue of Xuan Zang Master, like the Xuanzang Master's top bone memorial tower in front of the Xuanzang top bone relic. Linggu Temple is where Fengshui Treasures, this land was spotted by Zhu Yuanzhang, used to build his own mausoleum, that is, Ming Xiaoling Mausoleum, so Linggu Temple was forced in the 14th year of Hongwu (1381) Move to the current location and rebuild from a different location. The temple is located in the mountain valley, named Linggu Temple. The beamless temple is the only remaining Ming Dynasty building in Linggu Temple, and it is also a must-see for the Linggu Temple. Because this temple is a masonry arch structure, it does not need beam wood, so it is commonly known as "no beam temple."
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Xuanwu Lake
There is more water in the south of the Yangtze River. It seems that every city has a lake as a tourist attraction. The most famous one is of course the West Lake in Hangzhou. As a free and open 5A-level scenic spot, West Lake is widely welcomed by tourists. This is the great wisdom of Hangzhou tourism. But in Nanjing, there is also a beautiful lake. This lake in Nanjing is called Xuanwu Lake. The beauty of Xuanwu Lake is comparable to that of Hangzhou West Lake, and history and culture are even more heavy. The status of Xuanwu Lake is also closely related to the status of Nanjing. In the period of Nanjing as a capital, Xuanwu Lake mostly existed as an imperial garden. Xuanwu Lake has a history of more than 2,000 years. It was called Houhu and Beihu in the ancient times. It was an imperial garden during the Six Dynasties. It was the seat of the Yellow Book Bank during the Ming Dynasty. It was a royal forbidden land. It was not opened until the end of the Qing Dynasty as a park and opened to the public. Xuanwu Lake is nearly five miles away and is divided into Wuzhou (Huanzhou, Yingzhou, Lingzhou, Liangzhou, Cuizhou). The Zhouzhou Dyke Bridge is connected, and there is a mountain and water everywhere. The writer Ouyang Xiu once described Xuanwu Lake: "Jinling Momei is in Houhu; Qiantang Momei is in West Lake." Houhu is now the Xuanwu Lake. When the Three Kingdoms Wu Wang Sunquan diverted water into the palace lake, Xuanwu Lake began to take shape of the lake. After Emperor Wendi destroyed Nanchen, he ordered the Nanjing City to be leveled, and Xuanwu Lake disappeared for the first time in this policy for more than two hundred years.
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