Friday Flashback – Venice of the East

Welcome to another edition of Fandango’s Flashback Friday, where we are opening up some of our blogging archives from yesteryear. This was originally posted for Sonofabeach96’s Which Way Challenge on June 24, 2019.

a canal in Suzhou, China

Suzhou was once at the center of the Chinese silk trade. Today, it is much more celebrated for it’s art, delicate gardens, thousand year old temples, and of course romantic water towns and canals. It is these that have earned it the name “Venice of the East.” A thoroughly charming city all modernized but still holding on to it’s 2,500 years of history and architecture.

Til next time ~Peace ~JP

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