A short alley, in addition to the former residence of celebrities, is full of life. The abandonment shows that Beijing people's life is not only flashy, with ordinary flower pots, bicycles in lanes and white-haired grandmothers fondling dogs. Riding a bicycle through the sunset, everything is OK!
Hat Alley, people familiar with Beijing will not be unfamiliar with the name. It starts from Nangonggu Lane in the East and goes West to Di'anmen Avenue. It connects with Doujiao Hutong in the north and Buqiao Hutong in the South and east. In the Qing Dynasty, the name of Hat-making Workshop was changed. There are the most representative private gardens in the capital. The last empress Wanrong, the Ming Dynasty general Hong Chengchou and the Beiyang warlord Feng Guozhang all lived here.
Beginning from Nangonggu Lane in the east, we can walk westward to reach Di'anmen Wai Street. Wenchang Palace in Ming Dynasty, where Wenchang Emperor was worshipped, Maoer Hutong is one of the ten hutongs in Beijing. There are still many quadrangles and old noble residences in old Beijing. It can be visited.
Beijing Hutong, ancient and fragrant, no bustling noise, a person walking in the lane, very feel.
The famous Maoer Hutong, Nanluogu Lane can walk to Shichahai after strolling. The Hutong itself is nothing special. There may be some historic sites, so it is famous. There is an official's old house called Wenyu House, which is said to be open soon, but it is not open now. Wanrong's old residence is not open.
Maoer Hutong is located in the northwest of Dongcheng District of Beijing. It rises from Nangonggu Lane in the East and from Dianmen Street in the west. In Ming Dynasty, it was called Wenchang Palace of Zitong Temple and Maoer Hutong in Qing Dynasty. Wenchang Palace is a place where Wenchang Emperor is worshipped. Wenchang Emperor is Wenqu Star. It is a fairy in myth and legend who is in charge of Wenchang transportation.
Maoer Hutong is located in the northwest of Dongcheng District of Beijing. It rises from Nangonggu Lane in the East and from Dianmen Street in the west. In Ming Dynasty, it was called Wenchang Palace of Zitong Temple and Maoer Hutong in Qing Dynasty. Up to now, many hutongs are well preserved.