Yu Garden

Yu Garden is located in the northeast of Shanghai’s old city, with Fuyou Road in the north, Anren Street in the east, and Shanghai Old Town Temple in the southwest. It is a classical garden in the south of the Yangtze River. It was built in the Jiajing years of the Ming Dynasty in 1590s and covers an area of more than 30 acres. In the garden, there are the three famous stones in the south of the Yangtze River: The Jade Linglong, the command post of the 1853 Small Knife Uprising, and the tourist attractions such as the Chenghuang Temple and the shopping street. Yu Garden was opened to the public in 1961 and was listed as a national key cultural relics protection unit by the State Council in 1982.

Yu Garden is more tasteful among the high-rise buildings in Shanghai. It was said that Yu Garden was originally a private garden in the Ming Dynasty. It has a history of more than 400 years. After the tour to Yu Garden, your impression will be that the rich people will play various things, and there are gardens in the garden. After crossing the rockery group, you will see a different garden. The design of the Yu Garden really makes people feel very happy and wish you could live and enjoy yourself there. There are many small sculptures on the top of the building in the Yu Garden. The patterns carved on the eaves are also endless. It can be said that this design is really meticulous.

Being one of the four famous gardens in China, the Yu Garden enjoys the same reputation as Humble Administrator’s Garden and the Lingering Garden in Suzhou. The winding path in the park is very typical, and it is the typical Jiangnan Art Garden, which is worth a visit. If you visit there in December, it is “colorful” Season and really beautiful. And the fish there is fat and big and colorful, and the fountains bloom like flowers.

Yu Garden’s green is very naughty, which is climbing everywhere. It’s still so beautiful even on a cloudy day, just like the beauty of a beautiful girl who is angry. The style of the tree in the Yu Garden also imitated the style of ancient buildings, and is more and more upturned, and the strange mountains and rocks of the Yu Garden are also worthy of appreciation.

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