Introduction to HSBC Building (上海汇丰银行大楼)
The HSBC Building is a six-floor neo-classical building in the Bund area of Shanghai, China. It was the headquarters of the Shanghai branch of The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation from 1923 to 1955. The building is situated at number 12, the Bund. It is also known as the Municipal Government Building. Currently it houses the Shanghai Pudong Development Bank. Construction began on 5 May 1921, and completed in 23 June 1923. This building was built in the style of neo-classicism in China. It was designed by the British architecture firm, Palmer & Turner Architects and Surveyors.
No.8 Century Avenue, Pudong District, Shanghai
Neo Classical Architecture
1. To avoid crowds try to avoid visiting during Golden Week in October and other national holidays in China.
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