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In my opinion, this place is really only interesting if you're interested in pianos! There's lots and lots of old pianos from the past couple of centuries but nothing in English so it's hard to know what is what. If you aren't interested in pianos/music...More
We took a tour to Gulang Yu island on 26th March 2014 with the view to see the Piano Museum sited in the Shuzhuang Gardens which was built in 1931 as a private villa, but was opened to the public in 1955. The island, about...More