This road is very low-key and secluded among many roads in Shanghai. The old garden houses are standing in the old gardens, the whole Shaoxing Road is not long. With the relocation of Hanyuan Bookstore, it is slightly sad. The old garden hotel is still on that road. The magazine publishing house may still be on that road. The Press and Publishing Bureau is still there, and there are many unique pubs hidden. The taste is still warm and comfortable. Light.
There are many first-class publishing houses, magazines, bookstores and galleries on Shaoxing Road. The famous Hanyuan Bookstore is right here.
This is a small road far from the noisy city, there is no bus, so the streets are full of cars. The parking administrator's help in guiding parking may be the most common sound. It was a residential street in the French Concession, and later in the French-Italian alliance it was named after an Italian king. Now there are residents, units, bookstores, cafes, schools on this street. It is still a living street. Although in autumn, the leaves of Chinese parasol trees gradually turn yellow and drift away, the vicissitudes of the times are still worth people's careful experience. There are in the East and Mingfu Library in the west. Among them are "Lao Yang Fang", "Hanyuan Bookstore" and so on. If you want to meditate on life, here is really a quiet place.
Shaoxing Road is a east-west street in the west of Huangpu District, Shanghai. It is 480 meters long from Ruijin Road in the East and Shaanxi South Road in the west. Shaoxing Road, formerly known as Aimaiyu Limited Road, was built in 1926 by the Council of the French Concession in Shanghai and named after the King of Italy. In 1943, when Wang Jingwei's regime accepted the concession, it changed its name to Shaoxing Road. Traditionally, Shaoxing Road is a residential area. Famous houses include No. 9, now known as Shanghai Kunju Opera Troupe, No. 18 Lane Jingu Village, No. 74 Zhangqun Residence, now known as Shanghai Literature and Art Publishing House.
Welcome to my friend Pangyuan's teahouse. It's very interesting. You can often see famous opera figures here. Shaoxing Road is very short, but the cultural atmosphere is very strong. Shangkun is next door. Story fairs and Shanghai People's Publishing House are all nearby. When I've saved enough money, I'll have a game like this.
Shaoxing Road is a short but artistic road. It starts from Shaanxi South Road in the West and Ruijin Second Road in the east. It is hundreds of meters away. However, it gathers stories, Shanghai Kunqu Opera Troupe, Shaoxing Park and other cultural institutions, which can be said to be both quiet and artistic. Stop and go, half an hour can also visit the whole street, but the aftertaste is endless.