East Lake of Wuhan
The East Lake of Wuhan in the eastern suburb of Wuhan, Hubei Province, is a famous scenic place in China. The lake covers 33 square kilometer and is six times as big as the West Lake of Hangzhou.
The shore twists this way and that in an enchanting way, and its limpid and placid sheet of water extends as far as the eye can see. Scenic spots are clustered around the lake, but the western shore is better known for its group of tourist attractions, including the Shuiyunxiang, Tingtao Chamber, Xingyin Pavilion, Pear Orchid. Bamboo Grove, and Lotus Pond.
The Huguang Pavilion is situated in the center of the lake, and to the northwest of the lake is the Nine-Women Mound, and to the southeast is the Mushan Hill. These scenic spots are each fascinating in its own unique way.
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