Ancient ginkgo2012-05-17

About 20m northeast of Huzhu Pagoda, there is an ancient ginkgo more than 700 years old. It is the oldest tree in the nine peaks and 12 mountains.

Lu Ji and Lu Yun's Humble Cottage2012-05-17

Lu Ji and Lu Yun's Humble Cottage is a compound consisting of two buildings symmetric on the south and north elevations, a gatehouse made of carved bricks and a courtyard.

Small Kunshan Mountain Park2012-05-17

Xiaokun Mountain is located in the northwest of Songjiang. It is 55m high and covers 500 acres of land. It is at the southernmost tip of the nine peaks.

Inscription on a cliff2012-05-17

In the 1990s, tourists found an inscription on a cliff near Lu Ji and Lu Yun’s Reading Platform. The characters are simple and strong.

Drive Way of the First Emperor of Qin2012-05-17

In October 210 BC, the First Emperor of Qin made his fifth southern tour in the company of Prime Minister Li Si and Prince Hu Hai.

Shanghai Astronomical Museum2012-05-17

The museum is inside Sheshan Observatory Workstation of West Sheshan. Its predecessor is Sheshan Observatory in a European architectural style built by the French Society of Jesus in 1900. The "Far East's First" 40cm binocular refracting optical telescope was installed on the mountain top.

Xia Yunyi and Xia Wanchun's Tomb2012-05-17

After Xia Yunyi and his son Xia Wanchun, two heroes resisting the Qing Dynasty in the late Ming Dynasty, were sacrificed, they were buried at Dangwan village, 1.5km north of Xiaokunshan. Now it is a heritage site under the protection of Shanghai.

Shanghai Earthquake Museum2012-05-17

Located in Sheshan Seismic Station at the foot of West Sheshan, Shanghai Earthquake Museum was jointly established by the Earthquake Administration of Shanghai Municipality and Sheshan Seismic Station in 2000.

Nine Peaks Temple2012-05-17

Nine Peaks Temple, located in the northern peak of small Kunshan Mountain, used to be Sizhou Pagoda Complex. It was built in the first year of Emperor Qiandao's reign in the Southern Song Dynasty (1165).

Lu Ji and Lu Yun's Reading Platform2012-05-17

Lu Ji and Lu Yun are the grandsons of Governor Lu Xun and Admiral Lu Kang of the Kingdom of Wu in the Three Kingdom Period. They were influential writers and calligraphers in the Western Jin Dynasty. Lu Ji and Lu Yun's Reading Platform, also known as Lu Ji and Lu Yun's Humble Cottage, is situated at the southern foot of Tianmashan.

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