The old site of the French Marine Barracks is located in the beautiful old marble stone street, in the southern coast of Chongqing City. You can take a bus to get off at Changjiahui Station, Nanbin Road. This is a European-style building with a very good style. It used to be the site of the diplomatic agencies of the allies in Chongqing during the war. It is now a key cultural relic protection unit in the country. There's a gallery where you can go and see it. On the ground floor, there is a reappearance of the former office space of the French navigator. This side has now begun to become commercialized, the main space above is business, not a pure sense of a scenic spot.
Yes, that's for sure. There is a showroom where you can get a better understanding of the old features. Other spare houses, 18.8.18 to go, are now encountering renovated ones. They say they are rented, and they sell furniture. I don't know which brain is empty, so I think of a way to keep a house.
Good buildings, with history and aesthetics, but unfortunately they are not well protected and the doors are badly damaged.
No fun, there's a bar in the evening that's OK ' ' and then there's a door that says the old site of the barracks.
Here is the ruins of the old marble stone street. The original gate style, now due to Xiunanbin Road, the visual height has been reduced. Nevertheless, the original style of Western architecture has always been preserved. It's good to know the earliest opening history of Chongqing after the French warship Lichuan came in.
The environment is not to say, Guangzhou has a beautiful view; the food is not worth it, the food is delicious and the value is small, there is nothing to eat, it must not be back to the original. It's okay to greet friends from afar. Overall performance-price ratio is not high
I feel good after I have been here, and the transportation is convenient. There are lots of places to play around.