A small square with a small area, about the size of a garden in the middle of a street, is located at the intersection of several roads and is also the entrance to Chinatown. There are lanterns on the road next to it in English: Welcome to Chinatown. I was surprised that a statue of Lin Zexu was erected on this square. The statue was dressed in Qing dynasty's official clothes with his head slightly tilted up. The production techniques and styles were relatively modern. There is an English introduction on the base below the sculpture, saying that he is a pioneer in drug control. There is also a stone archway next to it, where a few Chinese characters are written on the Chinese military soldier Zhongliefang.
This is a square very close to Chinatown, just like a downtown park, but here is a statue of Lin Zexu, telling visitors that this place is a Chinese world, as for the square scene is relatively ordinary
Although it is a square, but Linshidai Square is a small green space in the middle of the street, probably like this. The square is located in Chinatown. It is also a small square with a Chinese style. You can basically see it in Chinatown.
This is a small square at the intersection of New York’s Chinatown. I only now know that it is called Cherinsky Square. Said it is a square, it is actually an open space formed at the intersection of several roads. There is a bronze statue of Lin Zexu on the square, and there is also a monument commemorating the sacrifices of the Chinese. You can stop by when you pass by Chinatown.
The area of the square is small, very suitable for entertainment and leisure.
The old city is filled with pleasant squares and this is one. Part of the genius of the early town planning and today lives on as a gorgeous way to show off the old architecture. Good place to sit.
The park is named after William Pitt, the Earl of Chatham who was Prime Minister of England during the "7 Year War" or also called "The French and Indian War". Anyway, read up on this war which invol...
Chatham Square is a beautiful square located in the historical section of Savannah. Great place to enjoy the live oaks and the hanging Spanish moss. Jolly Chriss.
It is not as ornate as some of the others. It is filled with trees and is nice shade stop. The area has more of a residential feel.
Established in 1847, Chatham Square features large trees draped in Spanish moss giving it that traditional southern charm. Beautiful.