The pictures of the locations when re-created generates a different feeling about the same location, towards which the feeling was completely different before the knowledge of a major protest event. If a location so beloved is associated with an event like the June Fourth struggle, it may have a deep impact on people’s understanding of the architecture and design of the location or space. The urbanism history has always been called as urban because of the delusion of people progressing and terming each small progress as urban development. An urban individual trying to view the event will have different feelings and perceptions as compared to an individual who wold have been part of the event. The perceptions of both are different and that is being extracted from the architectural remains and the design of the location. The prime reason for this is the limited knowledge of future predictions of architecture and design capabilities which has limited the thinking of urbanism to take the present as the ultimate. The historical architecture helps us shape our thinking about crime events, in terms of the design constraints of now and then, the space constraints of now and then, and the thinking capabilities of today’s designers and earlier adaptations. The history of architecture makes the crime scene look different because, with the development of design of public places, there is also a subsequent development in criminals adopting better means to respond to the enhancements measures of restricting crime. The Tiananmen Square event gives a feeling of the event as an intrinsic attachment to the location, meaning that one when thinking about the location cannot help but think about the event as well. This sort of an inherent attachment occurs when the event is so deeply carved in the location that the entire site with all its building, open space, the air that is breathed there is all a reminder of the massacre event that took place. The lives of hundreds or thousands of young Chinese had been taken and laid down at the location which today is a historical site and offers great peace to millions of visitors.