This summer vacation, my parents took me to Nanchang.
After getting off the bus, we got to Bayi Square first. WOW! What a big square! I ran from the south of the square to the north, and I was so tired that I was out of breath. In the middle of the square stands a high stone tablet. My father told me, "this stone tablet was built to commemorate the Nanchang Uprising." I hurriedly saluted a young pioneer in front of the monument and expressed my respect.
Then we came to tengwangge. We visited from the first floor to the sixth floor. I learned that Tengwang pavilion was first built in the Tang Dynasty. After several dynasties' repeated reconstruction, it became what it is now. Because the earliest Tengwang pavilion was built under the leadership of Tengwang, who was granted in Nanchang, it has been called Tengwang Pavilion ever since. There are many flowers and willows beside Tengwang Pavilion, which reminds me of a poem written by he Zhizhang of Tang Dynasty: "a tree is made of jade, ten thousand green silk ribbons are hung down.".
At last we came to the zoo. The zoo has stupid pandas, beautiful fish, long sharks, lovely penguins I also saw the sea lion's wonderful performance. It's amazing.
I have not only gained a lot of experience but also learned a lot of knowledge in this visit to Nanchang.