‪Jinghang Grand Canal Hangzhou‬

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Zarza's Travels
الصين376 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • فبراير 2022
‪A lovely place for an afternoon stroll! Beautiful area in North Hangzhou, there is an old street you can walk down and of course you can cross the picturesque bridge into a little townlet, with various tea shops. Sadly, the area is surrounded by a huge modern mall - which takes away from some of the beauty of the traditional older Chinese buildings. ‬
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Marco P
مساهمة
مارس 2021
‪The city is beyond dispute the finest and the noblest in the world. . . First and foremost,
the city of Kinsay [Hangzhou] to be so great that it hath a hundred miles of compass. And there are in it 12,000
bridges of stone. . . [Most scholars consider these figures a considerable exaggeration]. There were in this city
twelve guilds of the different crafts, and that each guild had 12,000 houses in the occupation of its workmen. Each of
these houses contains at least twelve men, whilst some contain twenty and some forty. . . And yet all these
craftsmen had full occupation, for many other cities of the kingdom are supplied from this city with what they require.
The number and wealth of the merchants and the amount of goods that passed through their hands, were so
enormous that no man could form a just estimate thereof. . . Those masters of the different crafts. . . neither they nor
their wives ever touch a piece of work with their own hands, but live as nicely and delicately as if they were kings
and queens. . .
Inside the city there is a Lake. . . and all round it are erected beautiful palaces and mansions, of the richest and most
exquisite structure that you can imagine, belonging to the nobles of the city. There are also on its shores many
abbeys and churches of the Idolaters [Buddhists]. In the middle of the Lake are two islands, on each of which stands
a rich, beautiful, and spacious edifice, furnished in such a style as to seem fit for the palace of an Emperor. And
when any one of the citizens desired to hold a marriage feast, or to give any other entertainment, it used to be done

at one of these palaces. And everything would be found there ready to order, such as silver plate, trenchers, and
dishes, napkins and table-cloths, and whatever else was needful . . .
Both men and women are fair and comely, and for the most part clothe themselves in silk, so vast is the supply of
that material, both from the whole district of Kinsay, and from the imports by traders from other provinces. And you
must know they eat every kind of flesh, even that of dogs and other unclean beasts, which nothing would induce a
Christian to eat. . . You must know also that the city of Kinsay has some 3,000 baths, the water of which is supplied
by springs. They are hot baths, and the people take great delight in them, frequenting them several times a month,
for they are very cleanly in their persons. They are the finest and largest baths in the world . . .
. . . And the Ocean Sea comes within twenty-five miles of the city at a place called Ganfu, where there is a town and
an excellent haven, with a vast amount of shipping which is engaged in the traffic to and from India and other foreign
parts, exporting and importing many kinds of wares, by which the city benefits. . .
I repeat that everything pertaining to this city is on so vast a scale, and the Great [Khan’s] yearly revenues therefrom
are so immense, that it is not easy even to put into writing. . .
In this part are the ten principal markets, though besides these are are a vast number of others in different parts of
the town . . . Toward the market squares are built great houses of stone, in which the merchants from India and
other foreign parts store their wares, to be handy for the markets. In each of the squares is held a market three days
in the week, frequented by 40,000 or 50,000 persons, who bring thither for sale every possible necessary of life, so
that there is always an ample supply of every kind of meat and game. . .
Other streets are occupied by the Physicians, and by the Astrologers, who are also teachers of reading and writing;
and an infinity of other professions have their places round about those squares. In each of the squares there are
two great palaces facing on another, in which are established the officers appointed by the King to decide
differences arising between merchants, or other inhabitants of the quarter. . .
The natives of the city are men of peaceful character, both from education and from the example of their kings,
whose disposition was the same. They know nothing of handling arms, and keep none in their houses. You hear of
no feuds or noisy quarrels or dissensions of any kind among them. Both in their commercial dealings and in their
manufactures they are thoroughly honest and truthful, and there is such a degree of goodwill and neighborly
attachment among both men and women that you would take the people who live in the same street to be all one
family.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 13 فبراير 2022
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Stephen C
1,070 مساهمة
زوجان • أغسطس 2020
‪Came to see this place because it is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Found out that this canal has more than 2000 years of history and reflect the canal culture of Hangzhou. ‬
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Peggy j
‪Waterlooville‬, UK493 مساهمة
نوفمبر 2019
‪We wanted a quiet morning after all the business of our tour and found this a great and intersting way to spend 2 hours. The Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal is the longest canal in the world by far. We walked along the canal after crossing a pedestrian bridge.‬
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ゆっけ1985
‪Kawasaki‬, اليابان28 مساهمة
يناير 2020
‪世界遺産です。地球の歩き方を見て、5つの世界遺産のスポットに行くことができました。あまり大きな
感動はないですが、こじんまりしていてよいです。‬
كُتب بتاريخ 6 فبراير 2020
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masapone
141272611,419 مساهمة
يناير 2020
‪拱宸橋西バス停から拱宸橋西歴史街区を抜けると拱宸橋に出ました。北京から続く世界遺産「大運河」の杭州景区の1つです。北京からずっと続く運河の壮大さと、そこに架かる歴史的な橋に歴史のロマンを感じました。そして、歩いた時は再開発されていてちょっとがっかりな拱宸橋西歴史街区でしたが、橋の上から眺めるととても趣きがあり西湖より気に入りました。‬
كُتب بتاريخ 28 يناير 2020
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PipPaul W
‪Buckfastleigh‬, UK1,516 مساهمة
زوجان • أكتوبر 2019
‪Took the water bus from Wuflin Square, only 3 yuan

The Gongchen Bridge is museum central, and a nice area to stroll around

Make sure you visit the Canal Museum
But there are plenty of explanation boards around ‬
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NASIN, 김나신
سيول, كوريا الجنوبية1,279 مساهمة
أبريل 2019
‪수나라 때 고구려 침공과 더불어 국가멸망의 원인이 되기도 했던 대운하입니다. 실제로 보면 진짜 강이라 해도 믿을 수준. 여기와 베이징을 연결하는 만큼 꼭 한 번 가보시는 걸 추천.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 27 سبتمبر 2019
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harukanata
289 مساهمة
يوليو 2019
‪ただの川にしか見えませんが、実は人口による運河で、北京まで繋がっています。今も使われています。周辺には扇子博物館、紙博物館、ハサミ博物館があり、すべて無料で見学できます。‬
كُتب بتاريخ 23 سبتمبر 2019
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mumugégé
ليون, فرنسا65 مساهمة
أغسطس 2018
‪que dire de cet immense canal, interressant de rester à le contempler et voir passer les bateaux chargés de tout et surtout imaginer les conditions de vie des marins‬
كُتب بتاريخ 23 يوليو 2019
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