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Ba Da Guan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bā Dà Guān is made up of eight streets named after the eight great military forts of the ancient times. It was originally a residential area for the Germans built when Qingdao was a German protectorate (1897-1914). Each street is lined with a single species of tree and many street names are colloquially known by the trees that line them.

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Qingdao Chinese Marine University

Qingdao Chinese Marine University
St. Michael's Cathedral, Qingdao - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

St. Michael's Cathedral ( Chinese: ; pinyin: Shèng Míàiěr Dàjiàotáng ),also called the Zhejiang Road Catholic Church(浙江路天主教堂),which is abbreviated by locals to simply the " Catholic Church" (天主教堂)is a Catholic church in Qingdao (also known as Tsingtao), Shandong Province, China and is the seat of the Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Qingdao.

May Fourth Square - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

May Fourth Square ( Wusi Guangchang) is a large public square in Qingdao's central business district. It is located between the new municipal government building and Fushan Bay and is composed of Shizhengting Square, the central square and the coastal park.

Gold Sands Beach

Gold Sands Beach is located in the southern tip of the Shandong Peninsula of sea shore in Phoenix island Huangdao District of Qingdao. It is near Yellow Sea in the south. Its shape is like the crescent. Gold Sands Beach is more than 3500 metres long and 300 metres wide.

Qingdao International Sailing Centre

The Qingdao International Sailing Centre ( simplified Chinese: 青岛奥林匹克帆船中心; traditional Chinese: 青島奧林匹克帆船中心; pinyin: Qīngdǎo Àolínpǐkè Fānchuán Zhōngxīn ) is a sailing marina located on the former site of the Beihai Shipyard by Qingdao's Fushan Bay at Shandong Province in China. It was constructed for the 2008 Summer Olympics.

Qingdao Aquarium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Qingdao Aquarium ( Chinese: ; pinyin: ) also known as the Qingdao Underwater World ( Chinese: ; pinyin: ) is the oldest public aquarium in China. It is located in the city of Qingdao, Shandong Province. The aquarium originated from an initiative launched by the educator Cai Yuanpei in 1930 and was first opened to the public on May 8, 1932.

Zhan Qiao - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Also in the vicinity of Zhan Qiao Pier is the small Qingdao Island (Xiao Qingdao), the Qingdao Navy Museum, and many neighborhoods featuring German colonial architecture. The coastline lights up at night with spotlights on nearby buildings and several neon billboards.

Zhongshan Park - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Zhongshan Park ( traditional Chinese: ; simplified Chinese: 中山公园; pinyin: Zhōngshān Gōngyuán ) is a common name for Chinese parks, in honour of Sun Yat-sen, better-known in Chinese as Sun Zhongshan, who is considered by many to be the " Father of modern China".

Qingdao International Beer Festival - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

According to the official website, the festival integrates tourism, culture, sports, business and trading activities. The slogan of the festival is "Qingdao - Ganbei with the World!" (simplified Chinese: 青岛和世界干杯!). After 16 years of experience, the Qingdao International Beer Festival has become a well-known brand name and enjoys a wide reputation both nationally and internationally.

Tsingtao Brewery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tsingtao Brewery Co.,Ltd. ( simplified Chinese: 青岛啤酒厂; traditional Chinese: 青島啤酒廠; pinyin: Qīngdǎo píjiǔchǎng ) ( SEHK: 168 SSE: 600600, OTC Pink: TSGTY) is China's second largest brewery. It was founded in 1903 by German settlers and now claims about 15% of domestic market share.

Zhanshan Temple

Zhanshan Temple ( Chinese: 湛山寺; pinyin: Zhànshān Sì ) is a Buddhist temple in Qingdao, Shandong, China. It is located on the southern side of Zhanshan (literally 'clear' or 'deep mountain'), facing the sea. The monastery was built in 1945 and is an active, functional Buddhist sanctuary.

Lu Xun Park (Qingdao) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lu Xun Park is a small park in the city of Qingdao of the People's Republic of China. It is dedicated to the memory of Lu Xun, a famous writer during the May Fourth Movement. It should not be confused with the more famous Lu Xun Park of Shanghai.

Mount Lao

Mount Lao, or Laoshan ( Chinese: ; pinyin: ) is a mountain located near the East China Sea on the southeastern coastline of the Shandong Peninsula in China. The mountain is culturally significant due to its long affiliation with Taoism and is often regarded as one of the "cradles of Taoism".

Qingdao TV Tower - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The tower, which was built in 1994, has a restaurant in a ball-shaped cabinet 130 metres above the ground; under this ball, there is a cylindric cabinet containing a 230 square metres sightseeing platform. In the basement of the tower, there is an Olympic museum, as the 2008 Summer Olympics sailing events took place at Qingdao.