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Now I may have this wrong but as far as I can see these three all link up, along with the bell tower gate at the West end.
Near the centre of Luoyang are two “old streets”, “Market streets”, “pedestrian streets”, pick your name, they...More
Not just the gate, but the whole street behind it. Here you can see, feel, hear and smell Luoyang’s old life style. It’s still far from mass tourism (though I noticed changes already), and you will mainly meet locals. It’s chaotic, the are food stalls...More
but certainly nothing special. There are comparisons to the Muslim quarters in Xi'an, which I don't think is fair, more atmospheric in Xi'an. There are loads of souvenirs and snacks to be had, though, so it's worth a nice evening stroll if you have the...More
The is the gateway to the wonderful old town district of Luoyang. Built during Sui Dynasty (581-618 AD). It is certainly worth the visit. The town is full of eating places selling local delights, gifts shops and calligraphy shops. You have to pay get up...More
Nice place to visit at night as it lit up. You can combine this with Luoyang Luoyi Ancient City which is quite nearby for the night. Cheap place to stock up on tea and souvenirs. Lots of food too. Kind of like Xi'An's Muslim street...More
The gate stands guard as entry to the 'old town' of Luoyang, although there isn't really anything much old about it at all. The towering gate is a massive structure, almost like a fortress, but isn't an original feature of Luoyang, having been added historically...More