Changsha Historical Footpath Takes on New Look
The Baishaye Street recently opened to the public after a two-year upgrading project. It is located in the north of Yingwanzhen, with a total length of about 1,000 meters. It is a century-old street named after a famous Chinese liquor brand, Baishaye.
Century-old Street Takes on a New Look
The photo, taken on December 2, shows the renovation site on Changsha Baishaye Street. The upgrading of main street and buildings have been basically completed. The road paving is underway. Baishaye Street has a history of over 100 years. Launched in early 2018, the street's upgrading project aims to make it a commercial street featured with historical and cultural memories and highlighting tourism advantages.
Changsha Pozi Street to Be Upgraded
The photo, taken on October 23, shows the external wall renovation and upgrades along Pozi Street is ongoing. The recent renovation and upgrades project at Pozi Street involves the pavement, shops’ external walls, sidewalks, and underground pipe network. After completion, the street will be more neat and smooth. It will facilitate the quality when exploring this time-honored street’s history and culture, and promote its commercial atmosphere.
Old Photos Displayed on Renovated Old Streets
The second phase of the Baiguoyuan Hualongchi Renovation Project was completed during the National Day holiday this year. Five renovated old streets, namely Guanyinjing Lane, Dongmaojie Lane, Fengyingli Lane, West Fengyingli Lane, have opened to the public. More than 30 historical photos of Changsha provided by the Hunan Photo Gallery were displayed on the walls of these old streets.
Changsha Historical Footpath Beizheng Street to Open Octo...
On September 17, the renovation work of Beizheng Street entered the final stage. This street with retro styling will open to the public on October 1, the National Day.
Historical and Cultural Buildings Renovated in Changsha
The photo, taken on April 17, shows the old buildings at Chaozong Street, Kaifu District, Changsha, are renovated. The historical and cultural building renovation project at and close to the street was launched last June, and will be completed by the end of this year.