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Zhongshan Road Pedestrian Street

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Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: Zhongshan Road, Siming District, Xiamen City

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Zhongshan Road is located in the southwest of Xiamen Island, which is a road of east and west direction of China Street in Siming District, Xiamen City. Once called China Road, the Japanese occupation period is called Dahan Road (1933 -1945), and the cultural revolution period is called Dongfanghong Road (1966 -1979) [1]. Zhongshan Road is about 1.2 km long, starting from the ferry Lijiang Road in the west, the boundary between Siming South Road and Siming North Road in the middle, and Xinhua Road in the East (now Xiamen Public Security Bureau, where the former Xiamen Workers' Cultural Palace is located) is connected to Park South Road. Founded in 1925, Zhongshan Road connects two important scenic spots, Zhongshan Park and Gulangyu Island. The kicho is a structure of the southern part of the town, and it is protected by the special control plan of the purple line in the name of "the historical style district of the old castle Nakayama Road" in 2006, and it is strictly prohibited to dismantle and develop large-scale land. The origin of Xiamen commerce along Zhongshan Road is still one of the most prosperous business districts in Xiamen City, and in 2008, the "most Xiamen 30 landmark" selected by the Xiamen Evening News received the first vote.

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Zhongshan Road Pedestrian Street is a commercial street in Xiamen. Zhongshan Road is a symbol for Xiamen's prosperity. The buildings along Zhongshan Road are all verandas, popular in South China coastal regions. The verandas feature pink and creamy white as the main colors. With the passage of time, mottled walls and old wooden windows have imparted a special kind of quaintness on the buildings. At the same time, modern commercial buildings such as Paris Printemps are interspersed among them.
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