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Beijing-Kaiyang Road北京-开阳路(1447)
Beijing

开阳路:

      北京开阳路。从陶然亭公园西门步入菜市口大街向南行,过二环路、南护城河即到。稍向前行在南站幸福路天桥可以拐入南站幸福路、北京南站的北广场入口。

      陶然亭公园在北京南站北侧,时间充足的情况下可以在陶然亭公园休憩,然后沿菜市口大街、开阳路步行到北京南站北广场入口。

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