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Badaguan Scenic Spot


Built early in the twentieth century, Badaguan Scenic Spot was basically formed in the 1930sthrough an ongoing construction programme. It is called “Badaguan” due to the reason that itseight roads were named after China’s important passes (now it has ten roads, as another tworoads were built later), and they are Shaoguan Road、Ningwuguan Road、ZijingguanRoad、Shanhaiguan Road、Juyongguan Road、Linhuaiguan Road、ZhengyangguanRoad、Hangguguan Road、Jiayuguan Road、and Wushengguan Road, which form theseaside scenic spot of several kilometers along Huiquan Bay and Taiping Bay.
The trees planted on their sidewalks vary from road to road, contrasting pleasingly with allkinds of buildings. There are crepe myrtles in Zhengyuangguan Road, cedars in ZijingguanRoad, peaches in Shaoguan Road and Chinese flowering crabapples in Ningwuguan Road.


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