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Hello my friends! (Post comment: sorry the picture not being very clear, I shared one in the WS, I hope you like.)

We're not in China no! We are in Hamburg.
This is the Shangay Yu Garden, a cultural center, restaurant and tea house.

The mayors of Shanghai and Hamburg have signed in September 2004, the memorandum on cooperation of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg and the city of Shanghai for the years 2005-2006 on. This agreement was made that the Tourism Commission of Shanghai in Hamburg "Hamburg-Shanghai Europe Tourism Centre" set up.

Details of this project have already been established by separate agreements between the Shanghai Tourism Commission and the Cultural Department of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg. The Tourism Commission of the City of Shanghai, the Shanghai Yu Garden (Europe) Corporation Ltd. - responsible for its extensive cultural competence and successful business models in China - with the planning and construction of the tourist center and tea house.

The partnership "Hamburg-Shanghai Europe Tourism Centre has set itself the task to spread the Chinese culture in Europe.


Classical Chinese Gardens - Buildings of the southern Yangtze River

The classical Chinese gardens are part of the best known and most beautiful it has to offer the Chinese architecture. Precious and delicate - the combination of natural and artificial elements produces painterly results. As the best example of this is the replica of the centuries old 'Pavilion on the Lake "(Huxinting) and the" zig-zag bridge "(Jiuquqiao) of Shanghai Yuyuan Garden. The sight of these beautiful structures, one can enjoy the changing seasons.

Chinese tea culture

The Pavilion on the Lake "(Huxinting) of Shanghai Yuyuan Garden - now over 200 years old - is the most famous tea house in China. Many heads of state, for example Queen Elizabeth II of England, have been drinking tea here. The Teahouse Pavilion is the most important and most famous attraction in Shanghai.

Also for the tea house in Hamburg classic Chinese tea ceremony and musical performances are planned. The eyes to close, drinking tea and a beautiful Chinese melody in your ears - you can feel the life in China.

I hope you like this composition, and I welcome comments.
Abel

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