Nanjing was the capital of China from 1928 to 1949. Historically, it is one of the most important cities with a number of important historical sites. For example, on Purple Mountain you can visit the mausoleum of Ming Xiaoling, the founder of the Ming Dynasty (1638-1644) or the Sun Yat-Sen Mausoleum. He is also considered the father of modern China and his mausoleum is an important place for Chinese to honor him. Furthermore, you will find the oldest university in the country (258 BC) and the Museum of Nanjing is an absolute must. Finally, Nanking, as it is also called, belongs to one of the best cities in China to live in. Let’s go to Nanjing …!
Historian and Traveler, living in The Netherlands