I feel that both sides of this street must be very prosperous. It is the main place where people live and trade. There are a lot of stone pillars on the side of the street that have been preserved, and I feel pretty good.
This small road here is estimated to be repaired by later people. It used to be a rocky road. The buildings on both sides of the street no longer exist, it is a rocky road. It was a commercial street back then.
In fact, looking at these ruins, it is hard to imagine that this place is already a commercial street with some shops on both sides. Now it is a bare gravel path. It feels ordinary. It's nothing.
This was the commercial area at that time, and now there are several large stone pillars beside the street. It is also connected to the temple, which is a must pass to the temple. It feels okay.
This place was a commercial area at that time. In fact, the pattern and scale of this street is not much different from that of today's commercial area, but the shops on both sides have long disappeared.
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