Wuhan Yangtze River Waterfront Masterplan

Wuhan, originating from the three ancient cities of Wuchang, Hankou and Hanyang along the Yangtze river, is the ninth biggest city of contemporary China. The city is characterised by architectural diversity, with a mix of ancient Chinese, colonial and contemporary architecture. The Yangtze river functions as a lifeline for the city and its surrounding areas - it crosses the metropolis right through the middle, separating it in two riversides.