Chinese Baroque Buildings in Harbin to Open to Tourists
China’s largest and best preserved buildings in the "Chinese Baroque" architectural style in Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang Province have been renovated and will open to tourists at the beginning of 2014, according to Harbin Housing Security and Real Estate Management Bureau.
Built about a century ago and covering 288,300 square meters, the buildings have been renovated since 2007. The works of architectures adopted Western baroque style for their exterior design, but retained traditional layout of Chinese courtyards inside.
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