Changde River Street is located in the eastern section of the Zihe River. It is based on the Mayang Street, Dahe Street and Xiaohe Street on the edge of the old Changde River.
From the very beginning, the town had a well-known "four-German" principle, that is, the use of German design teams, the use of German architectural decoration materials, the independent operation of German businessmen and the sale of original German products. To ensure the authenticity of the building, designers demanded the copper tiles, red bricks and other materials should be shipped from Germany. When the town was completed, the mayor of Hanover sent manhole covers and street signs symbolizing the friendship between China and Germany. I can assure you that what you see on the streets of Hanover is almost the same as what you see here now, except that the German Town of Changde has more "Chinese tourists" like you.