Zhongshan Square in the center of Dalian is a large square surrounded by many old modern buildings. There are many banks nearby, and of course there are many new high-rise buildings. Sun Yat-sen Square goes north along Shanghai Street to Russia Style Street. The light rail in Dalian city also passes through the vicinity of Russian Style Street, so the traffic is more convenient. Shanghai Street crosses Shengli Bridge to the north, and then comes to Russian Style Street. The name of this street is Unity Street. The streets over 100 meters long are all Russian style buildings. You can see many pointed onion style buildings. It feels like being abroad. There are not many tourists and businessmen in the Russian style streets. There are many shops or stalls selling Russian goods on the streets. There are many Russian specialties here, but the price is not cheap. Many local people come here to take wedding photos or photo albums. The overall architectural style is still very distinctive. Along Unity Street to the end, there is no way, can only return to the original road. It takes only ten minutes to walk from Russian Style Street to Dalian Railway Station, which is very convenient.
Dalian Russian Style Street is the first street in China with Russian architectural style in the 19th and 20th centuries. Located in the northwest of Shengli Bridge in Dalian City, also known as Unity Street, 38 buildings from the time of Belarus in the Far East have been preserved for a hundred years. Russian Style Street, also known as Unity Street, is located in the northwest of the prosperous Shengli Bridge. One hundred years ago, Russians built Dalian's First Street here. In 2000, the city government rebuilt all the buildings of this street, making it a Russian style street integrating tourism, shopping, leisure and entertainment. The Russian style street is 430 meters long and consists of more than 20 Russian-style and European-style buildings. The Shanghai Road connected by Russian Style Street is very close to the busiest commercial pedestrian street in Tianjin Street and Zhongshan Square in Dalian. It is the only way to get to the railway station and Dalian Port in the city.
Russian Style Street is located on Shanghai Road. It is mainly a pedestrian street with Russian architectural style. It retains the Russian architecture of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Its total length is about 500 meters. The streets are clean and tidy, and spacious. They don't feel noisy and chaotic. The streets are lined by small shops, mainly selling Russian specialty goods.
It has a very distinctive Russian style street. These buildings are quite good. Walking on the street, I collect buildings with different styles and atmosphere from time to time. There are many shops here, selling seafood, Russian goods and local products in Northeast China.
The architectural style here is really beautiful and gives people a bright feeling. At first glance, it is a foreign building complex. The Russian style street is not very long, about 500 meters. It will be finished in a short time. It is very suitable for taking pictures here. For those friends who have no chance to go to Russia, it is also very good to feel the Russian architectural style here. It is worth visiting.
Winter is in the evening Russian style street, can only see the building. Shops close early, only with lights, moonlight is abundant in exotic streets. Many new Russian-style and European-style buildings stand still. The whole street is adjacent to one another, full of uneven pointed, tower-style attic, which fully reflects the Russian style.
Dalian must go to the place, not far from the railway station, walking, free attractions. It's all Russian style buildings, some of which have been transformed into Home and Hanting, so friends who like it might as well live here and experience Russian style. The greatest feature of the scenic spot is the architecture, exotic flavor is strong, the interior is Russian specialty, but obviously are domestic fake, and expensive thieves, huge bargaining price. There's a postcard shop in the back of it. You might as well have a look.