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xiamen city  (city)

xiamen i am born in the here, i like my city, there are no earthquakes, volcanoes and floods, only the peacock Standing on the phoenix tree, and inside the sea of happy swim white dolphins, as well as a variety of unique tropical fruit!

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Beautiful city by the looks of it!

4 Aug, 2009


Michaella I will take more photos my Xiamen city, you are welcome to visit!

4 Aug, 2009


looks lovely there

4 Aug, 2009


Thank you Jaderose

4 Aug, 2009


There looks like one area for skyscrapers and one for lower buildings, is that done on purpose ?

5 Aug, 2009


This is new with the old, the new modern commercial buildings. Old is a low building, in the Qing Dynasty, Empress Dowager Ci play leased the island to the West. They are the United States, Japan, the Netherlands, Sweden, Finland, France, Britain, Germany Consulate General, and later in the period of the Republic of China, there are many rich businessmen in Fujian, they go to Southeast Asia, such as Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia to do business, and then come back to Xiamen to build their own homes, so that their mother and wife living in the island. These wealthy businessmen in Xiamen of China made a great contribution to the establishment of a number of free universities, banks, railway stations, real estate, post office. Among them, a Mr Huang , there are 160 sets of their own villa in the island. Therefore, the house on the island, some Chinese and western architecture. Is a very unique architectural style! Thank you! Michaella and Louise1

5 Aug, 2009

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