South Huangpi Road station

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Location
31°13'21"N
121°28'23"E
Country
 China
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Site of the First CPC National Congress · South Huangpi Road (simplified Chinese: 一大会址·黄陂南路; traditional Chinese: 一大會址·黃陂南路; pinyin: Yīdà Huìzhǐ Huángpí Nán Lù) is a station on Line 1 of the Shanghai Metro; it opened on 10 April 1995 as part of the section between Jinjiang Park and Shanghai Railway Station;On June 20 2021, to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party, the station name changed from South Huangpi Road Station to Site of the First CPC National Congress · South Huangpi Road Station.The station is situated within the Inner Ring Road and adjacent to Middle Huaihai Road, the major up-market shopping street in Shanghai. The neighbourhood in the vicinity was a residential district in the old French Concession. In recent years, the area was bought by a property developer and turned into an expensive restaurant district. Large-scale demolition has reduced the number of residents in the area, and replaced them with restaurants and large, Hong Kong-style shopping malls.

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Huaihai Road (M.), shopping street Xintiandi, shopping and nightlife area Museum of the First National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party
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