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Wusi Street

 A street, a birth place for Culture and Art. Mention Beijing Wusi Street, people will directly thinking of new Beijing Wusi cultural campaign. This street located in the west Forbidden City, Jingshan Park, etc, might be the shortest avenue in Beijing, but has become the source place of advance ideas and culture of modern China, carries China hundreds years old historical changes. Till today, Wusi Street even has become a birth place for Culture and Art, from the red building of Beijing University till classical National Art Museum of China, then till its surrounding Wusi Street, all areas filled with rich cultural atmosphere. 

If this place not becomes the place where lots of famous culture celebrities come and go, we might difficult to imagine this old place with dark color of buildings, actually is Chinese intellectual hearts spiritual sanctuary. 
As the center and birth place of culture history in Beijing, Wusi Street is a home for the largest art museum in China, National Art Museum of China. The museum even houses some of nation's most priceless works of art, then become a place where hold some of the most significant art historical events. Along Wusi Street, you will find plenty of little arts and crafts stores, favorite place to find oldest and best art supplies store in Beijing. 
How to Get Wusi Street 
By Subway:
Take subway line 5 then get off at Dongsi station, get out from exit A. Walk west for about 5 minutes.

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