QR codes help to tell the history of Dalian historical buildings

QR codes help to tell the history of Dalian historical buildings

QR codes help to tell the history of Dalian historical buildings | QR4U.in

Dalian, a port city located in the northeastern part of China, has a long and complex history with influences from other cultures and countries that have contributed to much of the events and architecture of the region, and now these stories are available through QR codes.
These quick response codes are available on a number of the historical buildings in the city.

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