Qingchuan Pavilion (晴川阁)
Also called the Qingchuan Tower, Qingchuan Pavilion is located on the north of Yangtze River, opposite the famous Yellow Crane Tower to the other side of the river. Former Qingchuan Pavilion was built during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) for the memory of the hero Da Yu, who dredged flooding. Its name comes from the famous poem written by the poet of the Tang Dynasty (618-907) CUI Hao "We see trees lined the edge of the northern sun Han River (Qingchuan), scented herbs are spread on the island parrot ". Located at the foot of the Hill of Turtle, north of the Yangtze River, the pavilion, with a unique view, is termed as “the first Qingchuan Tower in Chu State”. .
Address:Lanjiang Road, Hanyang District
Time: 8:00 - 16:30 (Thursday afternoon closed)