As a metropolis in the northern region, Tianjin has played a very important role in modern history and has left many valuable historical buildings. The most beautiful area in Tianjin is no more than five avenues. The Fifth Avenue is the collective name of the Five Roads. It is the five streets named after Chengdu, Chongqing, Dali, Weinan and the Racecourse. It is a must-see for those visiting Tianjin. The five-avenue scenic spot is free, and the biggest feature here is the various small ocean buildings. The five avenues have more than 2,000 national-style buildings built in the 1920s and 1930s. More than 300 of these are very distinctive, including 89 British-style buildings, 41 Italian-style buildings, and 6 French-style buildings and 3 Spanish buildings.