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Shao ang House(粵北韶關韶陽樓), Shaoguan City, GD, CN
Guangdong Province

Shaoguan is a prefecture-level city in the north of Guangdong province, China. At Shaoguan, the Wu River from the northwest and the Zhen River from the northeast join up to create the North River which flows south to Guangzhou. The downtown part of Shaoguan is located on a peninsula between the Wu and Zhen Rivers. Shao Yang house, at the peak of Lotus Hill construction can overlook the city panorama of Shao Yang . It's building using the classical Chinese architectural style, a total of five floors, 42.8 meters high, covers an area of 1938 square meters.



Copyright: Wongchichuen
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11906x5953
Taken: 29/03/2013
Uploaded: 30/03/2013
Updated: 04/04/2015


Tags: travel; culture; chinese architectural
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