This remains of an ancient street were discovered under the present BeiJing Road (summer 2002). Research has dated the origin of this layer back to the Tang Dynasty (618 AD - 907 AD).
References - internet*:
References - maps:
(2-1) Guangzhou traffic and sight-seeing map (广州市交通游览图) [guǎng-zhōu shì jiāo-tōng yóu-lǎn tú].; Cartographic Publishing House of Guangdong Province (广东省地图出版社) [guǎng-dōng shěng dì-tú chū-bǎn-shè], Edition 2006; ISBN 978-7-80522672-9; www.114map.com.cn
References - literature:
(3-1) China.; Damian Harper, Thomas Huhti, Andrew Stone, Robert Kelly, Carolyn B. Heller, Michael Kohn, Christopher Pitts, David Eimer, Min Dai, Chung Wah Chow, Daniel McCrohan; page ?-?; Lonely Planet Publications Pty Ltd., (May 2009) 11th edition; ISBN 978-1-74059687-9; www.lonelyplanet.com
English: Beijing Road (Peking Road),
Chinese Simplified/Traditional: 北京路,
Pinyin: [běi-jīng lù].
English: Tang Dynasty (618-907),
Chinese Simplified/Traditional: 唐朝,
Pinyin: [Táng cháo].
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