Shanghai HuangPu River

  Huangpu River, the mother river of Shanghai, is a river of 113.4 kilometers long, 300-700 meters wide and average 9 meters deep, the Suzhou Creek is its main branch. With The Bund located along its west bank, Huangpu river divided the metropolis into two regions: Pudong (east) and Puxi (west). Huangpu River is a "multi-purpose" river, which is the source of drinking water, the water way, the flood drainage, the fishery, and a site for sightseeing. More than 60% of import and over 98% of export of Shanghai are through this channel, and its yearly passenger transportation reaches 6 million or more. For connecting Puxi and Pudong, a number of river tunnels and bridges have been built up.

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