Zhan Yuan Garden

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Zhan Yuan Garden (Chinese: 瞻园) is a botanical garden, located on No. 128 Zhan Yuan Road, beside Fu Zi Temple, Nanjing, Jiangsu Province,[1]

The first garden on this site was built during the early Ming Dynasty by General Xu Da. It was destroyed during the uprising of Tai Ping Tian Guo, but rebuilt during the Qing Dynasty. It was visited by the Quinlong emperor and was restored in the last century sometime after 1949, with the southern 'mountain' added in 1960.[2]

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  1. ^ China Travel Tour Guide
  2. ^ Keswick, Maggie; Charles Jencks, Alison Hardie The Chinese garden: history, art and architecture Harvard University Press; 3 edition (15 May 2003) ISBN 978-0-674-01086-4 PP.221-222

Coordinates: 32°01′21″N 118°46′47″E / 32.022450°N 118.779776°E / 32.022450; 118.779776