domingo, 13 de noviembre de 2011

NanXinCang Cultural and Pedestrain street. Beijing

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La NanXinCang Cultural and Pedestrain street se encuentra en el distrito de Dongcheng de Pekín. En esta zona se encontraban los graneros reales de almacenamiento de arroz en Beijing durante las dinastías Ming y Qing.

Nan Xin Cang was one of the royal granaries for grains and rice storage in Beijing during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. It was originally built in 1409 during the 7th year of Emperor Yong Le's reign on the site of Bei Tai Cang which had earlier been erected during the Yuan Dynasty. It has a 600-year history and is almost the same age as Beijing's Forbidden City. Nan Xin Cang cultural and pedestrian street has a particular charm that has been carefully recreated to maintain the historical culture of the original Nan Xin Cang,

Fue construido en 1409. Tiene un encanto especial que ha sido cuidadosamente recreado para mantener la cultura histórica de la original NanXinCangAquí podéis acercaros al Restaurante Da Dong Roast Duck y degustar el mejor pato pekín de la ciudad.

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