The Huancheng (round-city) River water conservancy scenic spot in Zhangjiagang, East China’s Jiangsu province, recently passed an annual assessment for national-level water conservancy scenic spots.
The site was established in 2011 and covers an area of 18 square kilometers, including 2 sq km of water area. It combines natural scenery with local culture and artificial landscaping and serves as one of the city’s key water ecosystems and a great leisure destination for locals.
It received national recognition in 2013 and has received many other national and provincial-level honors over the past few years.
The Huancheng River water conservancy scenic spot in Zhangjiagang [Photo/WeChat account: zjgcitynews]
Zhangjiagang is also home to the provincial-level Fenghuang water conservancy scenic spot, which is located in southeastern Fenghuang town and covers an area of 9.04 sq km, including 1.07 sq km of water area. It won provincial recognition in 2014.
The Fenghuang water conservancy scenic spot [Photo/WeChat account: zjgcitynews]