The Yuyuan Garden, built in 1577 lies in the heart of bustling
The Pavilion of Listening to Billows is one of five areas in the
Garden, each separated by dragon-shaped rock walls.
Extensive rockeries, ponds and pavilions have been restored
after damage during the Opium Wars.
The Yuyuan Market sells a variety of Chinese souvenirs.
Gateways mark the entrance to Gucheng and other small parks that
dot the city.
A hostess serves tea at a traditional tea house.
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