Shanghai Panorama, China - vacation travel photos. Travel ideas. Amazing Shanghai
Shanghai is the largest and most prosperous city in China. Travel impressions.
The city is divided into 18 districts and one county. The conditional center includes several parts of Shanghai: business life boils in Bundu and Hongqiao
The main shopping area is Huangpu. Areas of universities and research centers - Putou and Yangpu. The center of attraction for tourists is Pudong, a symbol of modern Shanghai, located on the eastern bank of the Huangpu River. Here is the famous television tower "Pearl of the East", an impressive embankment, amusement park Century Park and the largest urban aquarium.
Shanghai is located in the heart of the Chinese east coast. This is one of the most important cultural centers in China. The city has a long history as a trading port and entrance gate for foreigners arriving in China. Shanghai is also the entrance gate to the Yangtze River Delta. Shanghai is a city of central subordination and is controlled directly by the central government. It is the largest economic and commercial center in China.
In China, only Yuan is accepted. Shanghai was once an ordinary fishing village. Today it is called the most Europeanized city in China. And also in eastern Paris, due to the fact that there are almost more western boutiques here than in the capital of France. The most popular place among the guests of Shanghai is the Vaytan Embankment, also known as the Bund. A good way to get to know the city is to take a river tram along the Huangpu River to the place of its confluence with the Yangtze River. The walk will take about 3 hours, and all this time impressive bridges, piers, terminals and thousands of colorful boats will sail past you.
Shanghai is Asia's largest financial and economic metropolis, replete with luxury hotels, luxurious restaurants, excellent shopping centers, skyscrapers and entertainment venues. The main sights of the city are: the Vaytan Embankment, Yuyuan Park, the Pearl of the East TV Tower, Nanjing Lu Pedestrian Street, the Shanghai Museum. From the business center, you can take a short excursion to the most famous Buddhist monastery in Shanghai - the Temple of the Jade Buddha.
Skyscrapers, financial centers, western restaurants and people in business suits - this is what modern Shanghai looks like
The historical center of Shanghai called Puxi is located on the west bank of the Huangpu. It is divided into 9 districts. Among them is the French Quarter of Luwan, where the most interesting city museums are located, Hongkou is a tourist center consisting mainly of shopping streets, Xuhui is famous for the Hengshan restaurant boulevard, and the Huangpu tourist trade center attracts guests not only by its famous Nanjing street, but also by its architecture 18-19 centuries-old gardens and promenade.
Consider, you were not in Shanghai, if you did not visit one of the special streets where you sell ready-made food. The most famous are: Zhapulu, Huanghelu and Yuyuan. Magnificent pictures of the night of Shanghai - one of the business cards of the city, they will long remain in the memory of every tourist who has been to Shanghai. When darkness descends on a city, it is illuminated by millions of multi-colored lights, sometimes joined by a full moon in the sky.
Shanghai is a modern metropolis with a huge number of interesting places and attractions. In the new area of Pudong on the right bank of the Huangpu River is located the business center Lujiazui with skyscrapers and green parks. One of the places of attraction of tourists is the Shanghai Ocean Aquarium, where it is pleasant and useful to spend time with your family. It is not difficult to find, since the building stands to the right of the Oriental Pearl TV Tower.
The Shanghai Ocean Aquarium is one of the largest aquariums in the world with a volume of 3.8 million liters of water. An underwater glass tunnel with a length of 155 meters, equipped with a special escalator, passes through the aquarium. The exposition of the aquarium is divided into nine zones according to the geographical principle, but more than 15,000 fish and marine animals live there. Among them are many representatives of very rare species: emperor penguins, spotted seals, seahorse, ragbirds, wood frogs, rare species of jellyfish. Of particular interest is the area dedicated to China, where rare species of aquatic animals are found that live only in this country. These are giant salamanders, Chinese alligators, Chinese sturgeons and others.
In megacities, the arrival of spring is felt earlier, and winter is much milder. The air temperature in large cities, where there are many concrete structures, keeps 3-5 degrees Celsius higher than in their green suburbs. This effect is called the thermal island effect. While in rural areas, solar energy is used to evaporate dew, in the city it is absorbed by buildings that give off heat to the environment. Scientists have determined that cities are also able to independently form their own cloud cover. After studying satellite images of cities, scientists found that in spring and summer in the afternoon and evening, megacities are several percent more cloudy than the surrounding rural areas. Theoretically, the lack of vegetation in cities leads to dry air, which should lead to less evaporation of water and lower cloud cover. However, the researchers suggested that heat retained by buildings until noon leads to turbulence in air currents that carry moisture into the clouds.
Some scientists believe that climate change in the 20th century can be fully explained by human actions. For decades, climate change may be the result of the interaction of the atmosphere and the oceans. The warming of the beginning (1910-1945) and the cooling of the middle (1950-1980) of the twentieth century are also associated with oceanic oscillations - fluctuations in the temperature of the surface of the oceans. Southern El Nino oscillations, North Atlantic and Arctic oscillations correlate with changes in air temperature and rainfall. Oscillations can be the cause of snowfalls, showers, hurricanes and droughts. However, scientists concluded that only 7% of the actual results can explain the oscillations.
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