Zhujiajiao is an ancient water town situated in the suburb of Shanghai. It has a rich history that spans more than 1,500 years and covers an area of about 46 square kilometers. It is the best-preserved towns among Shanghai's four ancient towns with exceptional old bridges, trees, rivers, houses with courtyards and so on. The old bridges in the town are great sights to behold. The Fangsheng Bridge, built in 1571, is the tallest and longest stone bridge in Shanghai. You will find a stone tablet on the bridge with the name Dragon Gate Stone. There is also a wooden bridge known as Lang Bridge which is the only wooden bridge you will find in the area.