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Changsha Historical Footpath Takes on New Look

Updated: 2020-01-03



The photo, taken on January 2, shows residents walk on the newly-renovated Baishaye Street, a historical footpath in Yuelu District, Changsha. (Photo/Tian Chao, Hunan Daily)

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.

The upgraded area covers about 39.14 hectares. Old buildings such as Baishaye Well and Ancient Bomb Shelter were preserved, and modern life elements added, aiming to create a historical and cultural zone integrating living, leisure, tourism, cultural business, and artistic creation.




Translator: Kuang Zhenzhen
Chinese source: hunan.voc.com.cn