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UPDATED: May 21, 2010 Web Exclusive
Days and Nights in Shanghai - Episode Seven

Visitors looking for a panoramic view of Shanghai, as opposed to the up-close streets of Tianzifang, typically flocked to the Oriental Pearl TV Tower and Jin Mao Tower in the Lujiazui area on the east bank of the Huangpu River.

Now, in Lujiazui, stands the tallest tower on the Chinese mainland—the Shanghai World Financial Center.

Completed in 2008, the Shanghai World Financial Center stands 492 meters tall. The center has observation platforms on the 94th through 100th floors. A suspended observation corridor at a height of 474 meters allows viewers to see the tip of the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, look down on the neighboring Jin Mao Tower and see all the sights along both sides of the Huangpu River. And of course Expo site can be seen in the distance.

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Episode One: The Waibaidu Bridge
Episode Two: The Shiliupu Dock
Episode Three: The Bund
Episode Four: Chenghuang Temple & Yu Garden
Episode Five: Tianzifang
Episode Six: The Bust of Alexander Pushkin
Episode Seven: Shanghai World Financial Center
Episode Eight: Riverside Avenue
Episode Nine: Xintiandi
Episode Ten: Nanjing Road
Episode Eleven: Hengshan Road
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