East Gate Street has no precious cultural relics, except a modern Siyue College, which is just a short walk from Shenzhen's second-highest (Beijing-based 100) and third-highest building.
Siyue College is the first cultural relics I have found in this young city of Shenzhen, or the city level. Siyue College is located in Shenzhen Old Street, Shenzhen, the earliest population gathering place, and the earliest urban area.
Siyue Academy is a quaint academy, standing quietly in the busy city, it can be regarded as quiet in the chaos. There is a super big tree at the door. I don't know what kind of tree it is, but the tree is so tall that people have to be surprised. The tree is covered with red lanterns. The appearance of Siyue Academy is very simple and elegant, the sculptures on the roof are also very unique, and the entrance is also full of red lanterns.
The appearance of Siyue Academy is antique, really like a small courtyard passing by, with a full sense of crossing. I've heard of Siyue Academy before, but I didn't expect to see it here today.
In spring, everything recovers and flowers bloom. The ice on the river melted under the warm sunlight, and the banks of the river showed a vibrant scene.
Preston_Dominguez: East Gate Culture Plaza, Luohu District, Shenzhen 518020, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Dongmen Pedestrian Street,Lo Wu Control Point,Meridian View Center,Shenzhen Museum,Lychee Park