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The 豫圓 Yùyuán, Yu Gardens, were originally built in the Ming Dynasty by the Pan family in 1559. It has been restored many times and today is a popular site for both visitors from all over China. Guests can sip tea, have a sumptuous banquet at one of the nearby restaurants, or stand in line for Shanghai's rightly famous 小籠包子 Xiaolongbaozi.

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