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Changsha's urban development captured in pictures

Updated: 2017-10-18

 

Over the past few years Changsha has made big strides in all aspects of urban development, which are captured best by photos taken of the city from above.

 

A panoramic view shows the scale of Changsha National Advertising Industry Park, in Tianxin district. It is set to host the 24th China International Advertising Festival from Oct 20 to 22. [Photo/icswb.com]

 

Medium-low speed maglev trains shuttle through the city of Changsha making its public transportation network greener and more efficient. [Photo by Yu Shaojie/icswb.com]

 

The Longping Rice Museum is named after leading agricultural scientist Yuan Longping, who is known as China's "father of hybrid rice". [Photo by Wang Zhiwei/icswb.com]

 

The egg-shaped Helong entrepreneurial hub for cultural creativity is the largest gathering place in the city for cultural and creative industries. [Photo/icswb.com]

 

Hewen Road winds through Liuyang, a county-level city in Changsha – commentators claim it to be the most beautiful country road in Hunan province. [Photo/icswb.com]

 

Like a dragon lying over the Xiangjiang River, a four-lane bridge connects both sides of Changsha. [Photo/icswb.com]

 

Skyscrapers line Furong Middle Road, home to the financial business district in Changsha. [Photo by Huang Qiqing/icswb.com]

 

Source: Changsha Evening News