Haimen Road (Haimen Rd) was built in the 20th year of Guangxu in the Qing Dynasty (1899), named after Muirhead Road by a British pastor. In the 32nd year of the Republic of China (1943), the name was changed to Haimen Road.
There is a Xiahai Temple on Haimen Road, which was not opened during the epidemic. Walking on this road is quite sensational. Although most of the road has been remodeled, the taste of old Shanghai is still preserved, such as the air-woven wires in the air. Haimen Road and Tangshan Road are connected, and I also walked through it.
Hongkou District, Shanghai