Suzhou

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Su·zhou

 (so͞o′jō′) also Soo·chow (-chou′, -jō′)
A city of eastern China west of Shanghai. The capital (6th-5th century bc) of an ancient feudal kingdom, Suzhou is famous for its beautiful bridges and pagodas and for its silk industry.

Suzhou

(ˈsuːˈdʒəʊ) ,

Su-chou

or

Soochow

n
(Placename) a city in E China, in S Jiangsu on the Grand Canal: noted for its gardens; produces chiefly silk. Pop: 1 201 000 (2005 est). Also called: Wuhsien

Su•zhou

(ˈsüˈdʒoʊ)

also Soochow



n.
a city in S Jiangsu province, in E China. 683,885.
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The city boasts the beautifully manicured Classical Gardens of Suzhou, nine of which have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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