GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The Shanghai French Quarter (上海法租界) was a foreign concession in Shanghai from 1849 until 1943. For much of the 20th century, the area remained the premier residential and retail district of Shanghai. It retains a colonial atmosphere, with leafy boulevards, boutique wine bars and French bakeries and bistros.

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Fabio's LifeTour - China (1993-1997 and 2014) - Shanghai (1993 and 2014) - Tourism - French Concession - 1993 - 13274

Fabio's LifeTour - China (1993-1997 and 2014) - Shanghai (1993 and 2014) - Tourism - French Concession - 2014 - 1724

Fabio's LifeTour - China (1993-1997 and 2014) - Shanghai (1993 and 2014) - Tourism - French Concession - 1993 - 13400

Fabio's LifeTour - China (1993-1997 and 2014) - Shanghai (1993 and 2014) - Tourism - French Concession - 2014 - 1887

Fabio's LifeTour - China (1993-1997 and 2014) - Shanghai (1993 and 2014) - Tourism - French Concession - 1993 - 19887

Fabio's LifeTour - China (1993-1997 and 2014) - Shanghai (1993 and 2014) - Tourism - French Concession - 2014 - 1823

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