I always thought that the city with the sea must be romantic. The people in the city must be very interesting. This is the seashore near Taipingjiao Park in the southern district of Qingdao. I took pictures there, someone was taking wedding photos at the seaside, and an old man blew saxophone on site, which seems like a picture ～
Qingdao has opened a coast park at Taiping Kok, which is now located on the south side of Hong Kong West Road, between Taiping Kok 1st Road and Taiping Kok 3rd Road.
Here is Qingdao "the most beautiful coastline" called, the subway directly, the transportation is convenient. The two rows of trees at the entrance are very good, there are many cafes and restaurants nearby to see the sea view, it is very suitable to sit and see the scenery. There are wooden planks to walk along the coastline, and the sea view is endless. The seaside is windy and the ultraviolet rays are strong. We should do a good job of sun protection.
Spring is still beautiful and it's very close to the sea.
Qingdao Taipingjiao Park, originally a small island close to the land, was called "Mung Bean Island" in the Qing Dynasty. At the end of the Qing Dynasty, the island was connected to the land and became a headland. In 1922, after China took back Qingdao, it was renamed Taipingjiao. After the Fourth Park was occupied in 1932, a new park was opened on the southeast coast of Taipingjiao First Road in 1933, covering an area of 1,500 square meters to compensate for the Fourth Park. In 1934, the park expanded to the southeast of Taiping Kok, covering an area of 90,000 square meters. The vegetation in the garden is good, with large numbers of black pine, black locust, Zoysia grass lawn, and chrysanthemum everywhere. The park is built with a width of 2 meters and a length of 1830 meters, with no other garden facilities. At the southern end of Taipingjiao First Road, there is the Shiduoyuan Gate of Taipingjiao Park. There are many anglers on the rocky rocks along the south, which is known as "Taiping Fishing". In 1939, it was named one of the twenty-four scenic spots in Qingdao. During the War of Resistance Against Japan and the War of Liberation, many trees were destroyed.