Beijing Quanyechang (Cultural and Art Center), also known as Langfang Toutiao No. 17, is located 800 meters southwest of Tiananmen Square and echoes the National Grand Theater. It is a complex cultural and artistic venue that integrates contemporary culture, avant-garde art and technological innovation.
The former site of Beijing Quanyechang is located not far southwest of Tiananmen Square. Beijing Quanyechang was first built in 1904 and after several reconstructions, the current building was completed in 1923. It was listed as part of the Dashilar commercial building and became the sixth batch of national key cultural relics protection units.
"Encourage the industry" to "persuade people to work hard, revitalize the industry, promote domestic products", and use them for the sale of domestic products. The Quanyechang was designed by Shen Liyuan, the first group of architects studying abroad in modern China. It has four floors, three floors above ground and one underground floor. It adopts the most advanced reinforced concrete masonry structure at that time.
Quanyechang is located between the front porch Fang Toutiao and Xiheyan Street. This building is the first large-scale department store in China. From today's perspective, it can only be regarded as a medium-sized department store, but at the beginning of the 20th century, it was the largest in the country. Department store.
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