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1. We ended up in Shanghai but being 'shanghied' usually means being taken from a place against your will. If this happened to you in the 19th century Shanghai where would you have ended up?
2. The Danes are quite proud of the Tivoli Gardens; many Canadians like the Butchart Gardens; Londoners may recommend the Kew Gardens. Can you name the large Chinese garden located in Shanghai?
3. Shanghai is a city in touch with its past. There are many museums to explore including the one pictured here, featuring ancient Chinese art. What do you think its name might be?
4. This picture is of a historic bridge in Shanghai, built in 1571. Can you guess its name, without being bitten?
5. The main shopping street of Shanghai is named after a city in neighboring Jiangsu province. What is it called?
6. Dating back to the 1870s, an area in the center of Shanghai shows the architecture of the period. Inside you will find updated galleries, cafes and boutiques. It won't be a sin if you guess it correctly.
7. It may look like the Jetsons' version of the Eiffel Tower but it actually has a more mundane purpose. What is its name?
8. Looking and sounding like it might be in Germany, this section of Shanghai gets its name from a word meaning embankment or levee. You'll be a hot dog if you can identify it.
9. You can't get much farther away from the modern world than this. I won't ask you to guess the name of this section of Shanghai (it's Zhujiajiao) but can you guess its elegant Asian-influenced nickname?
10. In 2010, Shanghai was the host city for a certain world event. Do you know its name?
Source: Author CmdrK
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