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Suzhou

Formerly known as Soochow or Suchow.

Suzhou is a city in eastern China, west-northwest of Shanghai. As the capital (sixth–fifth century B.C.) of an ancient feudal kingdom, the city was almost destroyed in the Taiping Rebellion (1853) against the Manchu dynasty but was rebuilt. It became a treaty port in 1896, was occupied by the Japanese during World War II, and fell to Chinese Communists in 1949. Suzhou is famous for its beautiful bridges and pagodas and for its silk industry, which dates back to the Song dynasty (960–1279).


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Name|Floors|Status|Year|Drawings
Landmark Building15built2012(1)
China Post Building14built
Youngor Leidisen Hotel30built2008
Wuzhong People's Hospital24built
Wuzhong Mall24built2010
Dechan Jiayuan Plaza24built2010
Bank of Suzhou Building24built2012
New City Garden Hotel Tower 115built
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