Guozijian Street

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Entrance of Guozijian Street

Guozijian Street (Chinese: 国子监街; Pinyin: Guózǐjiàn Jiē), formerly known as Chengxian Street (Chinese: 成贤街; Pinyin: Chéngxián Jiē), is a street in Dongcheng District, Beijing. It is listed as an important historical site.[1]

The Beijing Guozijian (Imperial College), dating to 1306, and a Temple of Confucius, built in 1302, are located in this street. The Yonghe Temple is located next to its east entrance.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Erring, Bjorn B. (2002). The Horizontal Skyscraper. Tapir Academic Press. p. 15. ISBN 82-519-1763-8. 


Coordinates: 39°56′44″N 116°24′44″E / 39.9455°N 116.4123°E / 39.9455; 116.4123