So here we are on the street, looking up at Sheshan. See the church and the observatory?
|Here's an old Chinese pagoda.|
|佘山天主教堂 Sheshan Catholic church|
|On the path that goes up to the church, you can see the stations of the cross.|
|And there are a few statues- I guess this one is Mary.|
Next to the church is an astronomy museum and observatory.
|上海天文博物馆 Shanghai Astronomy Museum|
|Drawing of a Chinese emperor with a telescope. Text in Chinese, English, and French. The English says, "Emperor Chong-Zhen, from the Ming dynasty, was the first Chinese highest leader to use a telescope."|
|Photo of the moon, with text in Chinese, English, and French. English says, "Full moon photographed at Sheshan on September 4, 1914."|
|Here is a huge telescope and a chair you're not allowed to sit on.|
And here's the view from the top: