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Zhongyang Pedestrian Street, Harbin

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Explore European belle époque architecture in the Far East in Zhongyang Pedestrian Street, a cobblestone zone in a city once dubbed the "Moscow of the Orient." Built in 1898 by Russian architects, this 1,450 m (4,757 ft) long street features some 71 buildings representing a variety of European styles from the era. Well-preserved Neo-Baroque and Eclecticism structures will make you feel as if you're on a movie set, with countless street vendors selling anything from exotic to regular. Browse through department stores, visit the Orthodox cathedral, and sample local cuisine in one of the many restaurants on the street. Work out when and for how long to visit Zhongyang Pedestrian Street and other Harbin attractions using our handy Harbin trip itinerary planning site.
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  • Love Zhongyang Street as it is strictly a pedestrian street. No worries about vehicles. Lovely shops, restaurants, cafes, bakeries and souvenir shops. It snowed when we were there so that was extra...  more »
  • Nice to walk up and down this street, both during the day and at night. Not for the shops which are a mix of western brands and Russian tourist shops, but for the ambience and people. Lots of happy...  more »

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