Close to Central Street (about 80 meters walk), after the visit can go to Central Street. Public security bureau is opposite, very safe. About 100% of the exhibits and the theme of the relationship or relevance is very weak, somehow will be put out, few people, seems to be interested in very few.
Unexpectedly, many Jews from Russia will come to China. These old sites have given us a lot of inspiration.
Before 1906, Harbin was just a small fishing village on the banks of the Songhua River where people hunted and fished. With the construction of the Middle East Railway, Harbin gradually became lively, and later became a gathering place for Russian expatriates. Many Russian Jews came here to do business. Many Baroque buildings appeared subsequently.
The former Jewish activity site on Central Street has actually been turned into a shop, but his sign still clearly records this period of history. Of course, we can no longer see the original.
For No. 137, Central Street, Harbin, originally the location of Qiulin Foreign Trade Co., Ltd., the overall building is a new sports art architectural style. Now it is a retail store of a well-known clothing brand. This street is also called the Architectural Art Museum, so whether it is a small building or a row of streets, it has historical value.