Wuhan is an embarkation / disembarkation port for Yangtze River cruises between Chongqing and Wuhan.
- Wuhan is the capital of the China's Hubei province, and the most populous city in Central China. It is located in eastern Jianghan Plain at the intersection of the rivers Han and Yangtze.
- The city is a conglomeration of three cities (Hankou, Hanyang, Wuchang) and is a major transportation hub with important railways and highways passing through the city.
- Wuhan is recognized as Central China's economic, financial, transportation, cultural and educational center. The city has a population of around 11 million. In 1937, it was the country's wartime capital.
- Among the Wuhan's main tourist attractions is the Yellow Crane Tower, originally built in 223 AD. The current tower is on Yangtze River and was constructed in 1981 on Sheshan (Snake Hill), approx 1 km (o,6 ml) away from its original location. The original tower has been destroyed and rebuilt several times (by both warfare and fire) and majorly repaired at least 10 times. The last original tower was built in 1868 and destroyed in 1884. In 1957 was built the Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge (trestle bridge), with one trestle on the tower's original site. In 1981 started the building of the new tower (on its new location). Its construction was completed in 1985. Yellow Crane Tower is one of the sout China's Three Great Towers - together with "Pavilion of Prince Teng" (located northwest of Nanchang) and the "Yueyang Tower " (located in Yueyang).
Highlights: Hubei Provincial Museum, East Lake, Guiyuan Temple
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