TianXin Park, ChangSha 长沙, HuNan province

TianXin Park is a scenic spot with classical gardens within an ancient city wall.


The city wall was constructed in the year 202 AD. The TianXin Pavilion is a key feature of the park, which was developed in 1924 and now occupies an area of 30,000 square meters.


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