Mississauga Chinese Centre is one of the North America's most remarkable tourist and architectural destinations. The Centre provides a unique glimpse into the fascinating architectural history and traditions of ancient China. The replicas of the Nine Dragon Wall, Soo Chow Garden pavilion...
The Pavilion is the gift from Jiangsu Provincial Government and is called the "Pavilion of Friendship.
The Fortress at the Great Wall is modelled after one of the major gateways and citadels in The Great Wall of China. The feature stands 60 feet tall and is located on the eastern side of the centre.
In ancient Chinese forts, the Corner Tower provided the highest watching platform for the protection of its cities. Replica Corner Towers are found throughout the property.
The Covered Walkway was inspired by Beijing's Yee Wo Garden and measures approximately 1,400 feet in length.
A Stele is usually built on the major road of the city to glorify the emperor. A pair of Stele is located at the southern roadway of the Centre.
Mississauga Chinese Centre has many different kinds of classical oriental stone statues throughout the property with fine and unique designs.
A Dragon Wall is used by the Monarchy's Family as a barrier in their gardens. Only the Emperor may have nine dragons on their garden wall. The Nine Dragon Wall at Mississauga Chinese Centre is the only one located outside of Asia.
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