Jiang'an, land of ecology and economy
Jiang'an District, located on the north side of the Yangtze River flowing by Wuhan, forms part of the city's urban core. The district covers an area of 80.28 square kilometers.
Jiang'an District is the heart of Hankou, one of the three boroughs that comprise today's Wuhan. The modernization of Wuhan took off in Jiang'an, where 122 outstanding historical buildings are scattered. These buildings are witnesses to the historical changes and development of the old Hankou . tI is Jiang'an District where Wuhan's reputation as "the thoroughfare to nine provinces," began to spread to other places. That saying best describes the city's strategic position in the country.
Jiang'an has developed and thrived because of the Yangtze River. Its coastline stretches 16.8 kilometers with the widest swath of tideland found in Wuhan. The HankouRiverside Park, Asia's longest ecological corridor along the Yangtze River, is situated in the district, presenting a picturesque view of the Changjiang Axis.
Visitors can enjoy a broad view of the flowing Yangtze River, winding coastlines, and many shades of green while strolling in the park. The fleeting boats and cruises on the river and the historical buildings on the nearby Yanjiang Avenue constitute a...
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