Wuxi Nanchang Street. Traveling to Wuxi, Nanchang Street is not within my plan. Later, Miss Sister recommended it to me. After I went there, I fell in love. Strolling in the Nanchang Street with a fine rain, the ancient houses of Xiaoqiao Liushui, full of the taste of the old time~
Located in the Yangtze River Delta on the southeast coast of China, Wuxi is a city with a long history. The Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal flows through the city. The ancient canal is 40.8 kilometers long in Wuxi. Locals say that Wuxi people have been on the banks of the canal since ancient times. And live. The section of the
canal is located in the Nanchang District of Wuxi City. Because it is narrower and longer than other river sections, it is known as the Water Lane Hall. This Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal is not only the official river of luck but also the river of life for the people in history. It has brought great convenience to the development of Wuxi.
Look at the canal full of stories, next to the river is Nanchan Temple, now it is a large-scale commercial street in Wuxi, walking in this car, suddenly realized, perhaps only in such a famous city in the south of the Yangtze River, In order to make people feel like a shuttle. This is a heavy history and culture. The best gift to the city
the ancient canal is on both sides of the waterway. The houses in the main road are mostly business people. These houses are still reserved. The establishment and pattern of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, it is said that every once in a while, the government will fund the maintenance. From the past to the present, the houses on the riverside are basically living areas, and the faces of all the shops are almost all Looking towards the street shop, you can still see the waterfront people washing and washing the mop here, washing the clothes, but now in order to control some of the domestic garbage on the water surface, for the sustainable development of the urban environment.
Nanchang Street feels like Beijings Nanluoguxiang, or Shanghais Tianzifang, many specialty shops, many Wenqing, many cafes and restaurants, and friends who like petty bourgeoisie. Appreciate all kinds of shop designs, choose a favorite shop, sit quietly there for a while, is it also very beautiful?
The night at Nanchang Street is beautiful, and it is quite lively here.
Standing on the Qingming Bridge to see this Jiangnan Water Lane, it is a unique scenery, so it is a typical Jiangnan scene. The Qingming Bridge is also the best location for taking pictures of the waters of Nanchang Street. The rivers and bridges pass by, and the houses with white walls and black tiles on both sides are arranged in turn and extend to the far side.
The street is just the appearance of the ancient street, all kinds of small shops are dazzling, and the singers' sings are low.
Eat some specialties here and find a quiet bar to sit down, which is a good choice.
The color of Nanchang Street during the day is pure, and the gorgeous coat of the night fades away. It stands quietly on the river, which is the imaginary scenery of the Jiangnan water town.
The water is the reflection of the house. The green plants outside the house are dotted with gray everything. If you cant help but sigh here, its an ink painting.
Small street store quality is much higher than the average ancient town ancient street, it is quite worth visiting.
One of the ancient streets of Wuxi, China is Nanchang Street. It is accompanied by a long and leisurely ancient canal, and affection for it lies deep in the hearts of generations of Wuxi people. Today's Nanchang Street is changing, outfitting itself with an elegant, unique and colorful charm to appeal to a variety of different people. It merges the slow life of the old Wuxi people with the young and fashionable, becoming a beautiful combination of both. At night, if you step into South Long Street nearby, you'll see a reflection of Hua Guang and red wine, and Nanchang Street is worth a trip to view its ancient yet modern sensibilities.