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Just around the corner from Nanjing’s bustling Hunan Road is one of Nanjing’s most beautiful natural attractions the Xuan Wu Lake (Chinese: 玄武湖 Xuan Wu Hu). This large lake divides Nanjing’s Gulu district from the Nanjing Train Station, and also sits at the foot of Mt. Zhongshan. Although the has changed names many times throughout history, it was finally dubbed “Xuan Wu” due to legend of the black dragon that is said to live in the bottom of the lake.
Xuan Wu Lake features a lovely park and public space near the front gate (Xuan Wu Men), the Ji Ming Temple, a walking section of the Nanjing Wall, and five islands situated in the middle of the lake. Xuan Wu Lake is a must see tourist location in Jiang Su Province, but also serves as a particularly lovely recreation point for Nanjing locals.
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