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About Ningbo

1,483,450 in city
9 km² (3 mi²)
10 m
Ningbo lies in Eastern China and is a major fishing port and an industrial center on the Yong River. The port has an outer harbor for oceangoing vessels downstream at Zhenhai and is linked by canal to Shanghai and other cities of the populous Yangtze River (Chang Jiang) delta. Manufactures of Ningbo include processed food, textiles, machinery, tools, and fishing equipment. An important foreign trade center as early as the 5th century AD, the city was given the name Liampo by Portuguese merchants who began trading here in 1545. It was one of the original treaty ports opened to foreign commerce in 1842 but was eclipsed as a foreign trade port later in the 19th century by the development of Shanghai. The city was known as Ninghsein from 1911 to 1949, when it was renamed Ningbo.

No. of Buildings

No. Current status
223 All Buildings
under construction

Tallest Buildings

# Building Height Year
1 Global Shipping Plaza 843 ft 2015
2 Bank of China Tower 807 ft 2016
3 Green Center A 787 ft 2019
4 Ningbo International Trade Center 748 ft 2010
5 Guohua Finance Building 679 ft 2019

Building types

No. Type
132 skyscraper
81 high-rise building
8 low-rise building
2 stadium