The miracle of the ancient city
[Video provided to ehangzhou.gov.cn]
The archaeological ruins of Liangzhu in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, which date back 5,300 years, were inscribed onto the UNESCO World Heritage list on July 9, 2019, during the 43rd session of the World Heritage Committee in Baku, Azerbaijan.
The heritage site includes city ruins with palace and altar remains, 11 early-stage dams, and high-level cemetery sites. The Neolithic civilization was thought to last about 1,000 years until 4,300 years ago, according to archaeologists' research.
Let's join two expats on their tour of Liangzhu!