暑假北京旅游地:辅仁大学旧址,五道营胡同,国子监大街,法源寺

时间:2019-07-24 来源:www.ouchun.net

Fu Jen Catholic University's former site

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The former site of Fu Jen University, Fu Jen University is located in the north of Dingxiang Street, Dingxiang Street, Xicheng District, Beijing. It was formerly known as Fu Renshe, a subsidiary of Beijing Catholic University. It was founded in 1913 by the Catholic celebrity Mr. Ying Zhizhi. Initially known as Concord Hospital and Yanjing University, it was called the three major buildings in Peking. From the Prince Gong's Mansion, going west is the former site of Fu Jen University, now Beijing Normal University. Friends from other places coming to Beijing are easy to find. The whole building is a combination of Chinese and Western styles built in clear water brick walls. At first glance, it is a building in the early Republic of China. The quaint architecture, the centuries-old cultural heritage, brings a sense of history. The old site used by the building, although very old, gives a mysterious, simple feeling, and the culture is very strong.

Wudaoying Hutong

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People often come to the scene to take pictures.

Guozijian Street

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There are many life aesthetics shops on the street. The living room of the Vatican is a remodeled courtyard. It has a taste. If you don't buy furniture, you can go in for a cup of afternoon tea. Not far from the living room of Van Gogh is a lost and found shop, selling furniture and clothes and selling Japanese-style appliances. These two are suitable for nothing to go around, feel the beauty of utensils.

Beijing Fayuan Temple

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Beijing Fayuan Temple is the oldest surviving temple in Beijing. Unlike the palace and the palace, the Fayuan Temple seems to be a paradise in the downtown area. Clean, quiet, a place that makes you feel peaceful and quiet. The cloves here are even more buzzing at home and abroad. Walking in it, devout ritual Buddha, but there is still a kind of uneasiness in my heart, for fear of disturbing and destroying this atmosphere.

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