A drone's view of beautiful Baoshan

Device takes off from Wusongkou to record some of the district's most notable landmarks from a different angle.  

A bird's-eye view of Baoshan District

A drone's view of beautiful Baoshan
Ti Gong

A drone took off in the morning from the lighthouse at Wusongkou in Baoshan District, recording beautiful Baoshan with pictures of the district’s landmarks including the Wusongkou Intentional Cruise Terminal, Wusong Paotaiwan Wetland Forest Park, Shanghai Songhu Memorial Hall, Wisdom Bay Science and Innovation Park, Zhongcheng Wisdom Valley Creative Park, Wendao Park and Gucun Park.

A drone's view of beautiful Baoshan
Ti Gong

The Wusongkou Intentional Cruise Terminal at the intersection of the Yangtze River, Huangpu River and Wenzao River is currently the busiest international cruise home port in the Asia-Pacific area.

A drone's view of beautiful Baoshan
Ti Gong

Wusong Paotaiwan Wetland Forest Park lies at the confluence of the Yangtze River and Huangpu River and is comprised of both land and wetland that occupies a total area of 106.6 hectares. It was where navy built a fort in ancient times.

A drone's view of beautiful Baoshan
Ti Gong

Shanghai Songhu Memorial Hall is built on the former main battlefield during the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression. The memorial hall manifests the history of Shanghai people's struggle against Japanese aggression. 

A drone's view of beautiful Baoshan
Ti Gong

Xinyefang, at 1328 Yixian Road, was originally a Sinotrans storage base and held China’s first railway line. Now it has been converted from a deserted factory into a high-tech park. 

A drone's view of beautiful Baoshan
Ti Gong

Zhongcheng Wisdom Valley Creative Park, near Changjiang Road and Jungong Road, was originally an old storage warehouse. It has turned into an industrial creative park and recreational center for residents and tourists.

A drone's view of beautiful Baoshan
Ti Gong
A drone's view of beautiful Baoshan
Ti Gong

Wendao Park, one of Shanghai’s largest art and culture parks, covers an area of over 1,000 mu with 56,000 ancient and famous trees, over 1,000 rare stones and more than 100 Bashu ancient stone carvings from the Song Dynasty (960-1279). 

A drone's view of beautiful Baoshan
Ti Gong

Gucun Park, in the district’s Gucun Town, covers an area of 430 hectares and is the city’s largest suburban park. The park integrates rivers, wetlands, plants, rural scenery and history-related features. 

A drone's view of beautiful Baoshan
Ti Gong

Dragon Modern Art Museum, in the district’s Gucun Town, covers an area of 12,000 square meters. The museum features thousands of art pieces including paintings by Chinese master Chen Peiqiu and calligraphy by famous calligrapher Zhou Huijun. The museum is also equipped with high-tech devices to help visitors further understand the artworks.

A drone's view of beautiful Baoshan
Ti Gong

Baoshan Temple, in the district’s Luodian Town, is one of the city’s main Buddhist temples and covers an area of 6,000 square meters. The temple was built in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and renovated in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). It adopts the traditional Gamma vertical axis layout and is built using African red pear wood mortise and tenon.

A drone's view of beautiful Baoshan
Ti Gong

Shanghai Baoshan International Folk Art Museum is the city’s first museum for the display, research and protection of intangible cultural heritage and the country’s largest museum of its kind. It was jointly set up by the Shanghai University and Baoshan District government.

A drone's view of beautiful Baoshan
Ti Gong

Luodian Old Town in the district’s northwest part was built in the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368) and covers an area of 44.16 square kilometers. Luodian was already a main commercial town back in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). The town saw a roaring trade in cotton and cotton cloth in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) and was once called “Gold Luodian.”

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