Shanghai Postal Museum

Shanghai, China

Shanghai Postal Museum is situated at Tiantong Lu, near Sichuan Tianton in the Hongkuo district of Shanghai. It is an architectural masterpiece with exhibits for post and stamp fanatics. It covers an area of over 6,500 square meters and its length is 51.16 meters. You will find the statue of Mr. Zhu Xuefan who was the first person to become the minister of postal department in China. You will also find the oracle bones that archives military correspondence and collections of early Chinese stamps as well as stamps from other nations. Other features of the museum include Qing Dynasty stamps, Baroque clock and you can catch a glimpse of the Huang Pu River as well as the Su Zhou River from the rooftop.

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