The Ohel Rachel Synagogue (Hebrew for "Tent of Rachel") is a Sephardi synagogue in Shanghai, China. Built by Sir Jacob Elias Sassoon in memory of his wife Rachel, it was completed in 1920 and consecrated in 1921. Ohel Rachel is the largest synagogue in the Far East, and one of the only two still standing in Shanghai. Repurposed first under the Japanese occupation during World War II and again following the Communist conquest of Shanghai in 1949, the synagogue has been a protected architectural landmark of the city since 1994. It was reopened for some Jewish holidays from 1999 and briefly held more regular Shabbat services as part of the 2010 Shanghai Expo.
Shanghai Circus World (simplified Chinese: 上海马戏城站; traditional Chinese: 上海馬戲城站; pinyin: Shànghǎi Mǎxì Chéng Zhàn) is a metro station on Shanghai Metro Line 1 in Zhabei District. It entered operation on 28 December 2004, as part of a northern extension of Line 1 from Shanghai Railway Station to Gongfu Xincun.
Shanghai Dong Hai Plaza (Chinese: 东海广场) is a skyscraper in Shanghai, China. It is 217 metres (712 ft) tall and has 52 floors. The tower was completed in 2004 after a long period on hold, construction having started in 1994.
Jing'an Temple (Chinese: 静安寺; pinyin: Jìng'ān Sì; Shanghainese: Zin'ue Zy; literally: "Temple of Peace and Tranquility") is a Buddhist temple on the West Nanjing Road in Shanghai, China. Jing'an District, where it is located, is named after the temple.
Yanchang Road Station (simplified Chinese: 延长路站; traditional Chinese: 延長路站; pinyin: Yáncháng Lù Zhàn) is the name of a station on Shanghai Metro Line 1. This station is part of the northern extension of that line.
The Moller Villa (Male zhuzhai, 马勒住宅), located at .30 South Shanxi Road in the French Concession area of Shanghai, China, is a colonial-era mansion. The villa was built by Eric Moller, a [british] shipping magnate, in 1936. The distinctive design includes brown-tiled Gothic and Tudor gables, spires, and steeples.
Jing'an Park (Chinese: 静安公园; pinyin: Jīng'ān Gōngyuán) is a park located at the Western section of Nanjing Road, just opposite the Jing'an Temple in Shanghai, China. It occupies the site of the former Bubbling Well Road Cemetery.
Changping Road Station (Chinese: 昌平路站; pinyin: Chāngpíng Lù Zhàn) is the name of a station on Line 7 of the Shanghai Metro. It is situated within the inner ring-road in Jing'an District. It entered operation in December 2009, together with the other stations on the line. The station has a side platform layout.
North Zhongshan Road Station (Chinese: 中山北路站; pinyin: Zhōngshān Běi Lù Zhàn) is the name of a station on Shanghai Metro Line 1. This station is part of the northern extension of that line. It is named after Zhongshan Road, the inner ring-road of Shanghai.
Baoshan Road Station (simplified Chinese: 宝山路站; traditional Chinese: 寶山路站; pinyin: Bǎoshān Lù Zhàn) is a station shared between Lines 3 and 4 on the Shanghai Metro. It is located in Zhabei District and is the northernmost station shared between these lines. The station is located near the Shanghai Railway Museum.