Hundred Flower Pond, located in the center of Nanchang City, is comprises of the three islets in Nanchang City's Donghu District, which are collectively referred to as Hundred Flower Pond. Subsequently, all of the scenic areas of Donghu were referred to as Hundred Flower Pond. After the Ming Dynasty the area was divided into four pools, interlinked with bridges and culverts. In Donghu there are three islets, they're popularly called "San zhou," or "Hundred Flower Pond." Currently Jiuqu Bridge, Baihua Bridge and the Haicheng dike cross Hutong Lake, where there are famous monuments such as the Shuimu Qinghua building, Supu Square and Wenwu Square. The decline of Hundred Flower Pond after the Qing Dynasty.