Neuschwanstein Bayern Dalian, China
Dalian, Liaoning, China: The former Shell Museum in Dalian (2009). After relocating the museum to its new building, the castle was used as a premium hotel location
Modern Dalian originated from Qingniwa (Chinese: 青泥洼; pinyin: Qīngníwā; literally: 'cyan mud swamp') or Qingniwaqiao (Chinese: 青泥洼桥; pinyin: Qīngníwāqiáo; literally: 'bridge over the cyan mud swamp'), a small fishing village. Russia built a commercial town for the Kwantung Leased Territory after assuming control in 1898 and called it "Dalniy" (Russian: Дальний, romanized: Dal'nii, lit. 'a remote one (in reference to the town's location)', rendered as Chinese: 达里尼; pinyin: Dálǐní) from 1898–1905. After the Russo-Japanese War, Japan occupied the Kwantung Leased Territory and renamed the city Dairen (Japanese: 大連/だいれん) after the Chinese name for Dalian Bay (simplified Chinese: 大连湾; traditional Chinese: 大連灣; pinyin: Dàlián Wān). English sources called the city "Dairen" in this period, from the Japanese.
Dalian (chinesisch 大連市 / 大连市, Pinyin Dàlián Shì, W.-G. Talien Shìh; jap. Dairen-shi, kurz: 連 / 连, Lián), historisch Lüda bzw. Lüta (旅大市, Lǚdà Shì, Lǚta Shìh), ist eine Hafenstadt in der Provinz Liaoning, China.
“Pearl City of the Sea”
Dalian Castle - Hotel