"May Fourth Square" Qingdao Things to Do Tip by meteorologist1

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  May Fourth Square
by meteorologist1

The May Fourth Square, which was named after the May Fourth Movement in 1919, is a famous square in Qingdao covering an area of 100,000 square meters. It is located between the new municipal government building and Fushan bay. The square is marked by an interesting red torch-like sculpture called "The Wind in May". Adjacent to the square in Fushan bay will be the site of several 2008 Beijing Summer Olympic events including sailing. There are souvenir stands along the long pedestrian walkway along the beach.

Directions: East of the train station (and the old section of the city) by the beach; reachable by buses and taxi.

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  • Updated Jul 31, 2006
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