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More historical architectures brought under protection

​By Zhang Junmian
​China.org.cn, 12 07, 2017
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The photo taken on December 5 shows an aerial view of the Juzi Island Bridge in Changsha, capital of central China's Hunan Province. [Photo from Hunan Daily]

Changsha announced on December 5 the third batch of the city's historical buildings and structures.

The list, rolled out by Changsha Municipal Commission of Housing and Urban-Rural Development, include the landmark Juzi Island Bridge, west gate of Martyrs' Memorial Park and the gate of the main campus of Central South University.

The Juzi Island Bridge, which was built in the 1970s, is the first bridge over Xiangjiang River in the city's urban area.

So far, Changsha has listed a total of 79 historical architectures for better protection and preservation of the city's memories. 


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