Nanjing University, one of China’s key comprehensive universities under the direct supervision of the Ministry of Education, dates from 1902 when it was known as Sanjiang Normal School.
As one of China’s great artists, Fu Baoshi created the bulk of his best work upon moving to Nanjing in 1963. Address: 132 Hankou Xi Road.
International Aviation Martyrs’ Cemetery in Nanjing is to commemorate the military alliance of China, Russia, the United States and Korea. The complex also contains two semi-underground museum halls.
Nanjing Memorial Hall of Wang Dao and Xie An is a theme-oriented memorial hall displaying culture and art of the Six Dynasties the family history of Wang Dao and Xie An.
Nanjing Yuhuatai is a massive memorial park, in a nutshell, because this area became a mass execution ground during the anti-communist revolution.
Built in 2005 for China’s 10th National Games, Nanjing Olympic Sports Center hosted the 2014 Summer Youth Olympic Games. Address: No.222, Jiangdong Rd (Middle), Jianye District.
Nanjing Jinling Sutra Publishing House is a famous Buddhist cultural institutions and the birthplace of Buddhism revival movement in China. It was founded by Yang Renshan in Tongzhi fifth year of Qing dynasty (1866).