Hey everyone I'm Amy and I'm in the beautiful city of Qingdao, believe it or not, it's actually China.
So this Qingdao is a very interesting city it's located on the coast of Shandong Province and it's the city of skyscrapers parks and beaches.
Renowned as one of the most beautiful and cleanest cities in China, this is a modern city that's managed to preserve a lot of its parts while at the same time keeping an eye straight to the future.
So today I'm gonna tell you what's up with Qingdao and why you might be interested in coming here.
So one of the first things you'll notice about qingdao is it doesn't really look like china, like I think I've already said it ten times today.
And I'll probably continue to save for the rest of the day, but I can't be in China right now like this cannot be tied up.
like many cities in the world Qingdao has been influenced by colonialism, believe it or not Qingdao actually used to be a colony of Germany, the Germans built palaces fort villas hotels churches and many other buildings.
Because so many buildings in Germany were destroyed during World War two, Qingdao actually has some of the last remaining examples of Bavarian architecture left in the world.
So I sense this must be the going to place for getting wedding photos taken, I've just arrived at this main square outside the church.
And I can see like at least seven or a couple of getting their wedding photos taken one two three and you got a four five six seven eight in the tree.
Walking around seeing as much the Germans feel like check out this building behind me, I just I think it's crazy that this German European field is coming out for only 16 years as a German colony.
I guess the Germans got pretty busy in those 16 years here, I just love these cobblestone streets, it's crazy walking through these streets I feel like I'm on a European vacation, but actually I'm just in China.