Explore interesting sights in Qingdao, 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 Qingdao, China.Sightseeing Tours in Qingdao
1. Former site of German Imperial Observatory
The Qingdao Observatory is located on the summit of Guanxiang Mountain in the Shinan District of Qingdao, China. The existing building complex was originally built in 1905. Qingdao Observatory was once an important scientific research institute in Qingdao, and also played an important role in the development of modern meteorology and marine science in China. Together with Shanghai Xujiahui Observatory and Hong Kong Observatory, they once were known as the "Three Observatory in the Far East". Qingdao Observatory has been listed as "Meteorology Observation Dome" amongst the "Top Ten Scenic Spots in Qingdao". Its building complex now belongs to the North Sea Fleet of the PLA Navy and the Zijinshan Observatory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and is part of the Qingdao German Building Complex, a national key cultural relics conservation site.
2. Qingdao Post & Telecommunications Museum
Jiaoao Royal Mail, also known as German Jiaozhou Post Office, Qingdao German Imperial Post Office, is a postal agency in the leased land of German Jiaoao, its former site is located at the intersection of Anhui Road (including No. 3A and No. 21 Guangxi Road), Guangxi Road, Anhui Road and Juxian Road, Shinan District, Qingdao City, Shandong Province, People's Republic of China, built in 1900-1901. Since then, the building has been used by postal and communication agencies for a long time, so it has the common names of "Guangxi Road Post Office" and "Guangxi Road Post and Telecommunications Office". The building is now the "former site of the German Jiaozhou Post Office", a cultural relic protection unit in Shandong Province, and the Qingdao Post and Telecommunications Museum is opened in the building.
3. Former lodging house of Hotel Prinz Heinrich
Prince Heinrich Hotel ( German : ) , also translated as Prince Henry Hotel , Prince Henry Hotel , is a hotel in Qingdao , located in Taiping Road, Shinan District, Qingdao City, Shandong Province, China , was built in 1899 , named after Prince Heinrich of Prussia , then commander of the East Asian Squadron of the German Navy. After the Japanese occupation of Qingdao, it was changed to part of the Japanese-funded Qingdao Hotel, and after the Anti-Japanese War, the buildings were gradually changed to the office buildings of political and military organs, and after the reform and opening up, the old site of the hotel department was restored to the hotel and preserved to this day, and the old site of the hotel and concert hall was demolished in 1998.
4. Saint-Michael's Cathedral
St. Michael's Cathedral, also called the Zhejiang Road Catholic Church, is a Catholic church in Qingdao (Tsingtao), Shandong Province, China and is the seat of the Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Qingdao (Tsingtao). It is located in the oldest part of Qingdao, at 15 Zhejiang Road, on the east side of Zhongshan Road in Shinan District. Built by German missionaries, the cathedral stands at the top of a hill in the center of the old German-built part of the city. It is the largest example of Romanesque Revival architecture in the province, resembling a German cathedral of the 12th century.
5. Former site of Hotel Fuerstenhof
The Marquis Hotel ( German : ) , also translated as " Marquis Court Hotel " , is located at No. 37 Guangxi Road, Shinan District, Qingdao , Shandong Province, China , adjacent to Zhejiang Road in the west , built in 1910-1911 , designed by German architect Li Xide , now the Guanhai Road Police Station of the South Branch of Qingdao Public Security Bureau , and part of the Qingdao German Building Complex of the National Key Cultural Relics Protection Unit.
The Qingdao International Sailing Centre is a sailing marina located on the former site of the Beihai Shipyard by Qingdao's Fushan Bay at Shandong Province in China. It was constructed for the 2008 Summer Olympics. It hosted the Olympic and Paralympic Sailing competitions. Wind conditions vary greatly from very light winds to +15 knots. During the Olympic competitions, fog was also an occasional factor.
7. Former German prison Museum
Qingdao European Prison, also known as Qingdao German Prison, is located at No. 25, Changzhou Road, Shinan District, Qingdao City, Shandong Province, People's Republic of China, east of Qingdao Tianhou Temple, built before August 1900, and put into use in November of that year, its history as a prison (detention center) continued until 1995, which is the earliest preserved colonial prison in China.
Qingdao Tianhou Temple (Qingdao Folk Museum) is located at No. 19, Taiping Road, Shinan District, Qingdao City, Shandong Province, China, founded in the third year of the Ming Chenghua (1467), the existing building complex is a Ming and Qing dynasty brick and wood structure, is the earliest and only existing ancient building in Qingdao urban area.
9. Zhanqiao pier
Zhanqiao pier is located at the southern shore of Qingdao, China, off Zhongshan Road. This now 440-meter-long (1,443.6 ft) pier, constructed in 1891, was Qingdao's first wharf. The octagonal Hunian pavilion was constructed at the end of the pier in 1930, and features as the logo of Tsingtao Brewery.
Huilan Pavilion, located at No. 10, Taiping Road, Shinan District, Qingdao City, Shandong Province, China, was announced as a cultural relic protection unit of Qingdao City on January 16, 1992 and a cultural relic protection unit of Shandong Province on December 7, 2006.
11. Qingdao Municipal Concert Hall
Qingdao Auditorium, now known as Qingdao Concert Hall, is located at No. 1, Lanshan Road, Shinan District, Qingdao City, Shandong Province, China, built between 1934 and 1935, designed by architect Zheng Depeng, and is now a cultural relic protection unit of Qingdao.
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