Wind Back The Clock In This Downtown District In Shanghai

Reminiscent of an urban scenery straight from a bygone era, Shanghai’s popular waterfront street (most commonly referred to as The Bund or Waitan by the locals) is certainly an interesting locale that has seemingly borrowed a myriad of design influences from all across time. 

The Bund, Shanghai, China

This stretch of scenic waterfront promenade is placed along the Huangpu River and has made waves among shutterbugs, IG-ers, and architecture aficionados alike due to the unique composition of buildings from various different eras like Gothic, baroque, and the neoclassical style.

In combination, the multitude of building styles in The Bund has further cemented its nickname as “the museum of buildings”.

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