This charming, restored Taoist temple dates to the Han dynasty and is one of the best-known Taoist monuments in the country. The Hall of...
Revolution of 1911 Museum
Housed in a dramatic, eye-catching red rock–like building, the Chinese Communist Party propaganda machine is in full tilt, but there are...
Yellow Crane Tower
Wǔhàn’s magical dancing crane, immortalised in the 8th-century poetry of Cui Hao, has long flown, but the city’s pride and joy remains...
Chángchūn Temple Vegetarian Restaurant
Housed next door to the Chángchūn Temple, this place serves mock-meat creations but also cooks up fish dishes. It has a photo menu.
345 Wuluo Lu; 武珞路345号 · interesting places nearby
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Fabulously located in an old cruciform church built in 1907, with its original wood ceiling intact along with loads of portraits of Jesus, come here for the ambience, take a seat in the apse to break bread and order egg tarts (¥4), tea, cappuccino or cakes.