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Wuhan is the capital of Hubei Province in the People's Republic of China. It is the largest city in Hubei and the most populous city in Central China, with a population of over 11 million. The Wuhan metropolis is an amalgamation of three cities situated at the confluence of the Han River and the Yangtze: Wuchang, located on the southern bank of the Yangtze, Hanyang, located on the northern bank of the Yangtze and the west bank of the Han, and Hankou, located on the northern bank of the Yangtze and the eastern bank of the Han.

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China, Wuhan2

  1. 1. Wuhan is the capital of Hubei Province in the People's Republic of China. It is the largest city in Hubei and the most populous city in Central China, with a population of over 11 million. The name "Wuhan" came from the city's historical origin from the conglomeration of Wuchang, Hankou and Hanyang, which are collectively known as the "Three Towns of Wuhan". It lies in the eastern Jianghan Plain, at the confluence of the Yangtze river and its largest tributary, the Han River and is known as "Nine Provinces' Thoroughfare"
  2. 2. The Qingchuan Bridge
  3. 3. The Qingchuan Bridge is an arch bridge located in Wuhan 2000
  4. 4. Completed in 2000 the Qingchuan Bridge is the fourth bridge on the Han River (the "Rainbow Bridge" due to its shape and red color). The bridge has a span of 280 m with a full length of 990 m. The Wuhan metropolis is an amalgamation of three cities situated at the confluence of the Han River and the Yangtze
  5. 5. The Qingchuan Bridge
  6. 6. The city covers an area of 8500 square kilometers (five times bigger than London!) An aerial view of Wuhan
  7. 7. Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge is the first highway- railway bridge over the Yangtze River. On the mighty Yangtze with a length of 6,300 kilometers (3,915 miles), there was no bridge for thousands of years
  8. 8. Wuhan lies at the heart of Central China and is a hub from transportation between the Central Plain in northern China and the trading ports of Guangzhou and Hong Kong in southern China. The Beijing-Wuhan railway line went into full service in 1906, followed in 1936 by the Wuhan-Guangzhou railway line. Between that time and the bridge's completion in 1957, railway cars travelling between northern and southern China had to be ferried over the Yangtze on barges, a laborious and dangerous practice
  9. 9. The Wuhan Yangtze Great Bridge, commonly known as Wuhan First Yangtze Bridge (1957)
  10. 10. The Wuhan Yangtze Great Bridge, commonly known as Wuhan First Yangtze Bridge (1957)
  11. 11. Dayu Mythology Garden
  12. 12. Dayu Mythology Garden is a part of Hanyang River Beach in Wuhan
  13. 13. Dayu Mythology Garden is located on the Yangtze River Beach between Hanyang Qingchuan Pavilion and Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge
  14. 14. Dayu Mythology Garden is a landscape garden with Dayu mythological sculptures as the theme
  15. 15. Dayu Mythology Garden
  16. 16. Dayu Mythology Garden
  17. 17. Dayu Mythology Garden Emperor Yu monument Yu the Great (c. 2123–2025 BC) was a legendary king in ancient China who was famed for his introduction of flood control, his establishment of the Xia dynasty which inaugurated dynastic rule in China, and his upright moral character
  18. 18. Dayu Mythology Garden Emperor Yu monument Yu the Great (c. 2123– 2025 BC) figures prominently in the Chinese legend of "Great Yu Who Controlled the Waters”
  19. 19. The Second Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge (1995) has a central span of 400 metres Typical traffic using the Second Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge was 120,000 vehicles per day
  20. 20. Parrot Island Yangtze River Bridge
  21. 21. The Yingwuzhou Yangtze River Bridge is one of the longest suspension bridges in the world with two consecutive 850 m spans. The bridge opened on December 2014 Yingwuzhou literally means "parrot island," a famous island that was mentioned many times in Tang dynasty poems, but has now been part of Hanyang due to the redirection of the river
  22. 22. TheYangsigangYangtzeRiverbridge, adouble-decksuspensionbridge
  23. 23. TheYangsigangYangtzeRiverbridgeopenedtotrafficin centralChina'sWuhanOct.2019
  24. 24. The Yangsigang Yangtze River bridge is the second longest suspension bridge span in the world. The bridge is the longest double-deck bridge span in the world and carries motorized vehicles, non- motorized vehicles, and pedestrians on its two decks
  25. 25. The Yangsigang Yangtze River spans 1,700 metres (5,577 feet) across the Yangtze River
  26. 26. The present Yellow Crane Tower is a modern building that was built in the 1980s after the old Yellow Crane Tower was destroyed to make way for the River Bridge that was completed in 1957
  27. 27. The current structure was built in 1981, but the tower has existed in various forms from as early as AD 223. The current Yellow Crane Tower is 51.4 m high and covers an area of 3,219 m2. It is situated on Snake Hill, one kilometer away from the original site, on the banks of the Yangtze River in Wuchang District
  28. 28. The Yellow Crane Tower stands 51.4 meters (about 168 feet) high
  29. 29. A tower called the Yellow Crane Tower was built about 1,800 years ago. It was a famous building in China. An ancient poem named "The Yellow Crane Tower" was written by Cui Hao, and many Chinese can recite it. So, the new park is a popular tourist destination. The original building was destroyed ages ago, and other buildings were built on the original spot and also destroyed. Some sources say that the last wooden building was built in the late 1800s. The original site was on a hill next to the river. The new building was built on a hill about a kilometer away from the river. The original building was a pagoda made of wood, and the new one is pagoda-style building made of concrete. It is a part of a small park area on the hill called Snake Hill Park, and there are some other buildings too
  30. 30. The Yellow Crane Tower
  31. 31. Mume Garden and Mume-Falling Pavilion at the core are both inspired by Li Bai’s famous lines, “From Yellow Crane Tower a jade flute is heard; the tune imbues this riverside city with falling mume petals.” Obviously, Wuhan’s sobriquet “River City” was originated from these lines. As the flower of Wuhan, mume has been loved for its bravery and tenacity. Mume blossoms not only add a new attraction to the park, but even give all tourists a fresh getaway to enjoy a floral extravaganza. In each early spring—exactly the 3rd lunar month, all such trees burst into white or red blossoms, diffusing a brisk fragrance for many miles. So, no mume aficionado would miss the great chance.
  32. 32. The Yellow Crane Tower West gate and White Stupa of Yuan Dynasty
  33. 33. The Yellow Crane Tower Sanchu Yilow Archway BronzecranesstandinfrontoftheYellowCraneTower
  34. 34. The Yellow Crane Tower
  35. 35. Wuchang’s Snake Mountain used to be called “Yellow Crane Mountain.” On the mountaintop there was a tavern operated by an old couple, Mr Xin and his wife. They treated others honestly and the tavern boasted succulent dishes and great views. Story of the Yellow Crane Mountain
  36. 36. So, many customers came here and drank hard. A Taoist came to drink many times, but directly walked away without paying the bill each time. Even so, the couple never asked him to pay and treated him well like other customers even when he visited again. Time flew so fast. Soon summer ended and autumn arrived. The Taoist came again and peeled off orange as he drank. Having consumed the food for a while, he painted a dancing yellow crane on the wall with the orange peel.
  37. 37. After finishing the artwork, he told the couple, “I am going to wander far off. You treated me very well and I am indebted to you. As a convert, I have nothing good to offer. But from this day, you don’t need to make wines anymore. Water from the well behind your house will be good wine in its own right. Besides, if any customer comes, clap your hands and the yellow crane will jump down the wall and begin to dance.” As soon as he finished the words, this priest wandered away. White cloud pavilion
  38. 38. At first, the old couple did not believe his words. So, they got water from the well and discovered it had become wine indeed. What’s more, the well-water tasted robust and sweet. From then on, they treated customers with the well-water and the painted crane. Such news spread far and near
  39. 39. More and more people crowded into the tavern. And thus, their business became more prosperous than ever. They made a great deal of money. One year later, the priest came back. Upon seeing their benefactor, the couple treated him warmly. The Taoist drank wine and asked them, “How about your business this year?” The man replied, “Thanks to your grace, our business prospered greatly and we made a lot of money.” The ancient bronze top of Yellow Crane Tower built in Qing’s Tongzhi Period
  40. 40. After hearing those words, the priest sighed and thought, “Greed has no limits!” He stood up and unfastened the flute from his waist, playing several tunes. Soon white clouds fell down and the crane jumped down to dance. The Taoist rode the crane and flew away. After he left here, the well-water, too, was not wine anymore.
  41. 41. The old couple felt regretful, yet grateful. All the same, they built a tower as a symbol of gratitude to the Taoist priest using the earned money and named it “Yellow Crane Tower.”
  42. 42. The Yellow Crane Tower - Millennium Bell The bell sits on a terrace along the ridge axis east of Yellow Crane Tower. This is a four-sided variant that evolved from the single-support ancient chime bell. This novel-looking instrument embodies the indigenous Chu culture
  43. 43. Millennium Bell
  44. 44. Bronze Sculpture The Return of the Yellow Crane The sculpture consists of turtle, snake and cranes—all auspicious animals. On the rock in front of the steps, turtle and snake move upward, and two elegant cranes ride them as if looking down on the human realm. It features 5.1 m height and 3.8 ton weight
  45. 45. The Yellow Crane Tower - Goose Plaque Pavilion Legend tells that Wang Xizhi, sage of calligraphy, ever raised his geese below the Yellow Crane Tower. This pond along with a stele was thus erected to commemorate the maestro. The Yellow Crane Tower - detail
  46. 46. Return of Ninety Nine Cranes, the largest outdoor granite relief Why was this number used? Because these plus the crane ridden by the immortal are 100. The original Yellow Crane Tower was ruined in Tongzhi Period 100 years before the completion of its modern counterpart. Two 100 stand for a propitious meaning—“Huang He Bai Nian Gui (Return of Yellow Crane 100 Years Later).” Gui He (Return of the Crane) is sculptor Liu Kaiqu’s inscription.
  47. 47. Yellow Crane Tower White Dragon Pond. The pond features 4 stone dragon- heads carved in Ming Dynasty “Return of Ninety Nine Cranes” borders on the pond. The 4.8-m-high relief sprawls zigzag for 38.4 m Carving the relief started in 1987 and ended 4 years later. Zhao Shutong, Ren Yibo and Mao Huijian, all professors at Sichuan Carving Art College, undertook design and construction
  48. 48. Yellow Crane Tower Interior
  49. 49. Yellow Crane Tower Interior
  50. 50. Yellow Crane Tower Interior
  51. 51. Yue Fei’s Bronze Statue With stone arches on its doorstep, this 8-m-tall statue exposes the audience to this patriot’s indignation toward the motherland’s broken territories
  52. 52. The whole statue features 6.3 m net height and 16 ton weight (more than 14 ton bronze). This is a collaborative artwork of Fu Zhongwang, Chen Yucun, Sun Shaoqun and Xiang Jinguo—all teachers at Hubei Institute of Fine Arts
  53. 53. Unfortunately, Wuhan gained international ‘fame’ as the start of the coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak. SARS-CoV-2, a novel coronavirus that caused the COVID-19 pandemic, was first identified in Wuhan in December 2019
  54. 54. Sound: A-Lin - Give Me a Reason to Forget Text and pictures: Internet All copyrights belong to their respective owners Presen Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda https://ma-planete.com/michaelasanda 2020

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