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Unterschiedliche Farben für verschiedene Richtungen in Qingdao

In Qingdao, einer Stadt im Norden Chinas, gibt es zwei Arten von Verkehrszeichen. Eine Art ist die grüne Straßentafel, was bedeutet, dass die Straße in Nord- und Südrichtung angezeigt wird. Ein anderer Typ ist eine blaue Straßentafel, die die Straße in West- und Ostrichtung zeigt. Wenn Sie die Farbe des Bretts sehen, kennen Sie die Ausrichtung und wohin Sie gehen können.

In Qingdao, a city in the northern part of China, there are two types of road signs. One type is green road board which means showing north and south direction. Another type is a blue street board showing west and east direction. When you see the color of the board, you would know the orientation and where you can go.

在中国北方城市青岛,有两种路标。 一种是绿色路牌,表示南北方向的道路。 另一种是显示西向和东向街道的蓝色路牌。 当你看到路牌的颜色时,你就会知道方向和你可以去哪里。


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