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Jinhai Li

Panjiayuan Antique Market

East 3rd Circle Road, Beijing, China

Mar.20, 2005, 10:50am local time

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The Panjiayuan folk culture market is a market in Beijing dealing in secondhand goods of private citizens and art and craft articles. As a market for people to visit in holidays and leisure, it also involves all varieties of goods for collectors in the nation and is China's biggest collecting and distributing center of art and craft articles. Established initially as a flea market by small traders on roadside in Chaoyang district in 1992. It was later in 1995 moved to houses on its present scale. Situated in a place of city traffic hub, south of Eastern Third Ring Road and west of Panjiayuan bridge nearby Second Ring Road, it is very easy for visitors to reach. The market covers over three hectares of land and accommodates over 3,000 stalls open to business. Everyday, many Chinese people and foreigners patronize this market of traditional Chinese style. The secondhand goods and antiquities on sale in the Panjiayuan market is really a market of Chinese traditional culture. Owing to its unique charm, it has become an important place of interest for Chinese and foreign tourists to visit in Beijing.


Asia / China

Lat: 40° 10' 10" N
Long: 116° 10' 10" E

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Nikon 4500, E8 fisheye, tripod, four images stitched with Panotool, converted by Panocube.
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