Chongqing

Meaning "double celebrations" in Chinese, Chongqing was built in the 11th century BC during the Zhou Dynasty. Now Chongqing is the biggest city in China in terms of area and population. Also known as "Fog City" in addition to "the Furnace," Chongqing is covered with a thick layer of fog for an average of 68 days a year, usually in spring or autumn. The fog gives the place an air of mystery.
Dxinwei
Ficus Virens 黄桷树 (1741)
Dxinwei
Hongyan mouth 13th 红岩嘴13号 (1761)
Dxinwei
18th Group Army Chongqing Office (1767)
Dxinwei
1779 Panorama Cube Equi
Dxinwei
Zhou Enlai's office (1785) 周恩来办公室
Dxinwei
Mao Zedong's office (1791)
Dxinwei
Thatched Cottage 草房 (1797)
Dxinwei
Chongqing People's Grand Hall (1828)
Dxinwei
Three Gorges Museum (1834)三峡博物馆
Dxinwei
1848a Panorama Cube Equi
Dxinwei
1393a Panorama Cube Equi
jacky cheng
重庆珊瑚坝-0017
jacky cheng
Chongqing chinaware mouth clock courtyard - main guest room
jacky cheng
A tree looks at the scenery the Taiwan position -2
jacky cheng
Chongqing Laojundong -1