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  • Hongshan Archaeological Museum


    The Hongshan Archaeological Site, in Wuxi, is considered the cradle of Wu culture and has a tomb complex from the Spring and Autumn Period (770-256 BC) and Warring States Period (475-221 BC) along the lower reaches of the Yangtze River.

  • Jinghui Temple


    This 1000-year-old temple sits on the north shore of Taihu Lake in the city of Wuxi, Jiangsu province, facing Lingyin Temple, in the city of Hangzhou across the water, giving it the nickname Small Lingyin Temple.

  • Zhaosi Hall


    Zhaosi Hall, or Xiangnan Hall was the residence of the scholar - Cao Cha in the 7th year of the Jiajing reign of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).

  • Wudu Helv City Site Museum


    This is a landmark of Wu culture and a key Wu culture archaeological site. It was founded in the first year of the Helv period (514 BC) on a land area of 6.3 hectares and a floor space of 27,000 square meters.

  • Taibo Tomb Scenic Spot


    The seat of the Taibo king of the State od Wu is South China's most important tomb and a national cultural site.

  • Qianyuan Scenic Spot


    The name refers to the residence of Qian Mu and Qian Weichang, in the village of Hongsheng Qifangqiao, where Qian Mu was born.

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The former Wuxi New District, now known as Wuxi Xinwu district or Wuxi National Hi-tech district, was founded in 1992 and underwent administrative changes in 1995, 2002 and 2005.

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