11 Sights in Ningbo, China (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Ningbo, China. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 11 sights are available in Ningbo, China.

1. 永丰库遗址公园

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Yongfeng Kuyi site is a warehousing site in the Yuan Dynasty in Haishu District, Ningbo City, Zhejiang Province, China. The site is located on the east side of Ningbo Gulou, and the southeast corner of the Zicheng site of the Tang and Song dynasties. After archeological excavations in 2001 and 2002, it was found that the complete layout of the Song, Yuan, and Ming Dynasty storage sites, including construction sites, roads, courtyards, wells and other facilities. Relics, more than 800 cultural relics unearthed. After research, the location was the Changping warehouse of the Southern Song Dynasty, Yongfengku of the Yuan Dynasty, and Hongjiku in the Ming Dynasty. The Yongfeng Cuisha site is the earliest large local warehousing site discovered in the Chinese archeological community. The unearthed cultural relics confirmed that Ningbo was one of the starting ports of ancient overseas trade. In April 2003, the Yongfeng Kuyi site became one of the top ten archaeological discoveries in the country. In June 2006, it became a national key cultural relics protection unit. The site is now open to the outside world as the Yongfeng Kuyi Site Park.

Wikipedia: 永丰库遗址 (ZH)

2. Romon U-Park

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Romon U-park is a 200,000 m2 amusement park located in the south of Ningbo, China. By its size it can be considered one of the largest urban indoor theme parks in the world. It is funded by the leading Chinese clothing manufacturer Romon Group. Romon U-park consists of a 57.4m high indoor park and an outdoor park "Legend Island". There are six differently themed zones in the park; Romantic Avenue, Fantasy Dream, Mystery Land, Adventure Challenge, Festival Plaza and The Island of Legends. In all there are over 30 attractions, 30 specialty restaurants and 20 specialty shops.

Wikipedia: Romon U-Park (EN), Website

3. 英国领事馆旧址

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The former site of the British Consulate is located at No.56, Baisha Road, Baisha Street, North Bank of Jiangcheng, Ningbo City, Zhejiang Province, China. It was built in 1880 and is the main building of the British Consulate. In June 1934, the British Consulate was transferred by Bi John to the Yinxian Government as an almshouse. After 1949, the consulate residence and other buildings were demolished, leaving only the main building left, and served as a camp of the Zhoushan Garrison Logistics Department of the Chinese People's Liberation Army.

Wikipedia: 宁波英国领事馆旧址 (ZH)

4. 下蒲魏氏宗祠/后舟古戏台

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Xiapu Wei Ancestral Hall is an ancestral hall in Ninghai County, Zhejiang Province, China, located in Xiapu Village, Qiangjiao Town. The building was built in the eighth year of the Kangxi Dynasty of the Qing Dynasty (1669) and expanded in the sixteenth year of Guangxu (1890), with a construction area of 844 square meters, with a double zaojing theater, and in May 2006, together with 9 other ancient theaters in the county, it was listed in the sixth batch of national key cultural relics protection units in the name of Ninghai Ancient Theater.

Wikipedia: 下蒲魏氏宗祠 (ZH)

5. Tianluoshan Site Museum

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Tianluoshan Ruins is an ancient site belonging to Hemudu culture, located in Xiangao Village, Sanqi City, Yuyao City, Zhejiang Province, discovered in 2001, and was selected as the "2008 China's Top Ten Archaeological New Discoveries" preliminary list. Archaeological confirmation indicates that the site is dated to about 7000-5500 years ago. Because of its surface environment and underground remains, it is known as the "Second Hemudu".

Wikipedia: 田螺山遗址 (ZH)

6. 十里红妆博物馆

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Shili red makeup is a marriage custom that exists in the eastern region of Zhejiang, mainly in Ninghai County, Zhejiang Province, and takes its name from the local dowry used in everything from bed furniture to needles and threads, so that the dowry procession stretches for ten miles. In 2008, this marriage custom was inscribed on China's National List of Intangible Cultural Heritage.

Wikipedia: 十里红妆 (ZH)

7. Baoguo Temple

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The Baoguo Temple is a former Mahayana Buddhist temple located in the Jiangbei district, 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) north of Ningbo, in Zhejiang Province, People's Republic of China. It is noted as the second oldest surviving wooden structure in southern China since the main hall of the present temple dates back to 1013 AD during The Northern Song Dynasty.

Wikipedia: Baoguo Temple (Zhejiang) (EN)

8. Tianyi Pavilion Museum

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The Tianyi Ge, translated as Tianyi Pavilion or Tianyi Chamber, is a library and garden located in Ningbo, Zhejiang Province, China. Founded in 1561 by Fan Qin during the Ming dynasty, it is the oldest existing private library in China. At its peak, it boasted a collection of 70,000 volume of antique books.

Wikipedia: Tianyi Ge (EN)

9. Tianfeng Pagoda

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Tianfeng Pagoda is a stupa in Ningbo, Zhejiang Province, China, located in Dashani Street, Haishu District, built in Wuzhou and is a landmark building in the old city of Ningbo. The current building was rebuilt in 1984 and announced as a cultural relic protection unit of Ningbo in May 1961.

Wikipedia: 天封塔 (ZH)

10. Ningbo Museum

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The Ningbo Museum, also known as the Yinzhou Museum or the Ningbo Historic Museum, is a museum in the city of Ningbo in Zhejiang Province, China. It is located in Yinzhou District and opened on December 5, 2008. The museum focuses on Ningbo area history and traditional customs.

Wikipedia: Ningbo Museum (EN)

11. Qita Temple

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The Qita Chan Buddhist Temple, or Seven Pagodas Temple, is a Chan Buddhist temple located in the Yinzhou District of Ningbo, Zhejiang, China. It is the only major Chan Buddhist temple complex within the city proper of Ningbo.

Wikipedia: Qita Temple (EN)


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