Suzhou Great Hall of the People

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100 Daoqian Street, Suzhou
道前街100号
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The Suzhou Great Hall of the People can hold 1,200 people and is the biggest conference venue in the city. It also serves as a grand theater for performances. The Suzhou Convention Center which comprises the Suzhou Great Hall of the People, the Convention Center Hotel, and the Central Square is a landmark of Suzhou.


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