First of all, not everyone feels good in Fangzi Town. First, it has no entertainment facilities. Second, it is not busy and lively. It likes to take photos. It's good for people who like architecture to come here. Railway Station 2 bus direct, get off as soon as you know, because Qingdao people regardless of the southeast and northwest, so I do not specifically introduce how to go, about 10 minutes to arrive. It is a complex of German and Japanese buildings. The houses inside can not be entered but can only be seen outside. There are still a lot of people. The town does not estimate that it will take about 40 minutes to take photos slowly. It is very close to the abandoned railway station in Weifang. All the way through, the old buildings, the abandoned Jiaoji Railway, the ruined railway station and the vicissitudes of the vicissitudes stand without exception, telling the history! I personally like it and think it's worth going.
Located in Fangzi District of Weifang City, I took a bus to Fangzi Bus Station. After getting off the bus, I went north and crossed the road for a while. It was a German and Japanese colony. There were a large number of German and Japanese buildings, many of which were destroyed. In recent years, they are being repaired. There are not many scenic spots in Weifang City. If we come to Weifang, it is still worth seeing. In addition, Laofangzi Railway Station in the bureau is not far away, we can go together. Take a stroll.
Yu Dafu said that Qingdao is by no means a dull place, but there is a three-day long vacation and I am still looking forward to going out and seeing another city. Around the crowded tourist hotspot city, in the evening, I came to Fangzi Town in Weifang, Lidu. This is an old European town with original taste. The overall pattern of 103 German-style buildings in the town, the texture of streets and lanes, and the landscape are well preserved.
Fangzi German-Japanese Architectural Complex] Old urban area, because it was occupied by the German and Japanese armies, has left behind a lot of characteristic buildings, which have a history of 100 years. In recent years, many old houses have been restored after protection and development. These buildings not only exist in the ornamental value, but also in the witness of history, an inch of mountains and rivers and an inch of blood, reminding us not to forget the national shame, our generation self-reliance.
For the first time, I went there far beyond expectation. The scenic spot was not big, quiet and beautiful. There were few pedestrians. It was very suitable for couples to walk. But my mood changed from surprise to depression and then to anger. Especially after seeing the small museum inside, I wish all the Japanese ghosts would die! In fact, this small town is quite large. It takes at least two hours to walk through it. But most of the buildings are hidden in the farmhouses. It will be amazing to walk along all the roads of the town. I have visited many World War II scenic spots, including the Nanchang Uprising Museum and the Jinggangshan Revolutionary Base. I have never been so close to it, as if I had returned to the era of fierce fighting a hundred years ago. There is a noisy environment, no crowds, no shops full of streets, you just walk on the road, walk, you can hear its cry, so real..and _______________
This is a very good, free scenic spot, in addition to the building complex, but also visited the painting exhibition, no visitor traffic, sunny afternoon to go shopping, feel quiet years. There's no commercial kit, there's a place to sit down and rest, but it's very difficult to have a drink. Before going, there was no high expectation, but it was a surprise.
In the town of Fontz, the German army left behind a number of buildings. Now 103 buildings can be seen, all over the age of 100. At that time, some of these buildings were used for living, others for business and other fields. Now some of them are lonely, and some of them are scattered around the town of Fangzi. The existence of these well-preserved or incompletely damaged buildings is the value and reason for the existence and persistence of the concept of Fangzi Town. In the east section of Sanma Road, Fangzi Town, there are two courtyards in the north and south of the abandoned railway turnout. The environment in the south is clean and tidy, and people come in in groups. In the north of the parking lot, there are lots of weeds and few people come. Houses in rows or separately, gates sealed, a number of houses shaking, some have lost their roofs, most of them German-style buildings. Only one or several houses on the west side of the hospital are being renovated, and the renovation is as old as before. Fangzi Town plans to use relatively independent courtyards of German architecture to establish Shandong's 798 art district. Various kinds of art exhibitions are often held here, attracting a large number of art fans to visit the exhibition.
Now the scenic area is free, very characteristic town, the old European-style house left over by the German army, the outer walls are covered with green vegetation. It used to be a German concession, a manifestation of the country's poverty and weakness in that era. Now a house is regarded as a museum, among which the exhibits of resisting the US and aiding the DPRK make people feel proud.
Take bus No. 22 or No. 72 from downtown to "City Social Welfare Home" and get off. Walk along Sanma Road for about 5 minutes. The scenic area is free and open. In winter, there are not many tourists here. Perhaps the fame of the scenic area is not enough. Entering the scenic area, there are many German-style houses with light yellow walls and red tiles on the roof, most of which were the residences of German officers. Many art exchanges have been set up in the old houses, and some houses have been transformed into artists'studios. Most houses have locked doors and can only be seen from outside. There are about a dozen such German-style buildings in this scenic area, which are well preserved. From here, there is Fangzi Railway Station. Now it's a freight station. There aren't many trains and few staff. You can come in and take pictures at will, but you can't enter the platform area.