The landmarks of modern Hangzhou at a glance
Known as a culturally prosperous city in East China, Hangzhou has developed into an international city over the past four decades.
Let's take a look at some landmarks of the modern Yangtze River metropolis.
The Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center, dubbed the "giant lotus" will be the main venue for the 2022 Asian Games. It's the third biggest stadium in the country after Beijing's Bird's Nest stadium and Guangzhou's Olympic Center. [Photo/zjol.com.cn]
A nighttime view of Qianjiang New Town, Hangzhou's new CBD located on the east bank of Qiantangjiang River, mother river of Hangzhou and Zhejiang province [Photo/IC]
Dream Town, a provincial-level characteristic town in Hangzhou, is an incubation center for internet startups. [Photo/zjol.com.cn]
Hangzhou East Railway Station, put into use in 2013, is a highly modern train station and one of the largest railway hubs in China. [Photo/zjol.com.cn]