Guangzhou is located in the middle south of Guangdong Province, north of the Pearl River Delta. It lies close to the South China Sea, Hong Kong, and Macau. Zhujiang (The Pearl River), the third largest river of China, runs through Guangzhou and is navigable to the South China Sea. Situated in such an excellent geographical region, Guangzhou is called China's South Gate.
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall
Dr. Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall was built in 1931, it features its octagonal building desinged in a palatial style. This hall was constructed in commemoration of the great achievement of Sun Wen, the forerunner of Chinese Revolution. It is a reinforced concrete building of 49 meters in height and has seats for 4700 people.
Chen Clan Temple
Chen Clan Temple is famous for its exquisite craftsmanship including wood, stone, and brick carving, and metalwork using copper and iron. There are also wonderful murals. As for the carving techniques, both realistic and imaginative styles were employed to give the temple a magnificent yet solemn atmosphere.a masterpiece of the traditional architecture style in South China.
Six Banyan Pagoda
Six Banyan Pagoda is one of the four best Buddhist temples in Guangzhou and located on the Liurong Road (meaning the Six Banyan Trees Road). It has a rich collection of cultural-relics and is renowned both at home and abroad. The architecture that catches the visitors' eyes most is the Six Banyan Pagoda. It is a pagoda where Buddhist relics are displayed.