Qinhuai River is the largest river in the Nanjing City area and is the 'life blood' of the city. Qinhuai River is so fascinating that it captures the imaginations of people both at home and abroad. There are many famous sites of interest along the banks of the Qinhuai River, including Confucius Temple, Zhanyuan Garden, Zhonghua Gate, and the sights along the Taoye Ferry ride to Zhenhuai Bridge.
The Purple Mountain (Zijin Shan) Area covers half of the attractions in this city's suburbs. It dominates the northeastern skyline of the city. Some of the famous attractions found in this area include the father of China's great revolution Dr. Sun Yat-sen's Mausoleum, Xiaoling Mausoleum of the first Ming emperor, Zhu Yuanzhang, and the temple of antiquity.
Nanjing Jiangning Economic and Technological Development Zone is located on the site where the coastal economic development belt and the Yangtze River economic development belt converge within the urban circle of Nanjing, a central city in East China, merely seven kilometers away from the downtown Nanjing. It is the core target zone for the external development of the main urban aera of Nanjing.
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Duck blood soup collects the blood of a freshly killed duck or goose and stir, then seal and refrigerate until ready to use. The result is blood cakes. The soup is seasoned with salt, pepper, and subtly spicy undertones.Simmer gently for several minutes and serve with eggs, noodles and caraway. This food is the top of all travelers' recommendations.
Nanjing has a subtropical climate with hot summers and cold winters. The period between mid-June and mid-July is usually the rainy season. The plum blossoms are in full bloom in spring and the maple leaves on Xixia mountain turn in red in autumn, making them the best seasons to pay visit to the city.