It is a small street lined with shops facades bearing Ming and Qing dynasty architectural features. With brightly painted doors and eaves and gracefully curved black-tiled-roofs buildings, a little of old Beijing′s lifestyle is retained here. It is famous for its ancient books, calligraphy, paintings, rubbings, ink stones and ink.
Along the street, peddlers hawk snacks, groceries, toys and copper coins, all kind of small commodities. Some offer free seal-carving services and they even can find a perfect Chinese name for you if you like. Some shop owners invite folk artists to their shops such as an 80-year-old heir to the Qing Dynasty royal embroidery tradition China travel deals. It is amazing to watch this elderly man embroider a pair of little shoes for a pair of tiny feet.
The Antique Street of Beijing Travel to Beijing is not only an antique selling center, but also the most famous traditional cultural street of Beijing, which attracts the tourists from all over the world to go for a sight-seeing and purchase antiques everyday.
At present, there still stand ancient pavilions and towers of the Qing Dynasty on both sides of the street, which is a perfect match with the calligraphy, paintings and the four treasures of the study and curios in the stores. The Antique Street of Beijing is the place where you can find various kinds of ancient relics of China.
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