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The Shijia Hutong Museum explores the local history of one of Beijing's oldest hutongs, the Shijia Hutong in Dongcheng district. The exhibition has a large scale model of the entire hutong in 1949, along with photo archives, sound recordings, details of well-known residents and items from the everyday life of the local residents.



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 24 史家胡同, Beijing, China

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