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The Teample of Heaven
The Temple of Heaven was the place where the Emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties would worship Heaven and pray for bumper crops. The northern part of the ou >> more
The Great Wall (Badaling Section)
He who doesn't reach the Great Wall is not a true man--Chairman Mao.The majestic Great Wall touches the billows of the Bohai Sea in the east, and traverses the vast expanse of the ... >> more
The Tiananmen Square
The Tiananmen Square lies at the cross-section between the central axis of Beijing. When it was first built in the 15th year of Yongle (1417), it was called Che >> more
The Great Wall (Mutianyu Section)
Mutianyu Great Wall Travel Area is situated in Huairou District of Beijing. It has a longer history and is bestowed with brilliant cultures. In according to hi >> more
Hutong Tour
Hutongs (lanes and alleys) are the old traditional alleyways and courtyard homes which once covered all Beijing. Many still survive today >> more
The Forbidden City
The Palace Museum, former home to the 24 Ming and Qing emperors, is also known as the Forbidden City. Completed in 1420 during the Ming Dynasty, it occupies a t >> more
The Summer Palace
The Summer Palace landscape, dominated mainly by Longevity Hill and Kunming Lake, covers an area of 2.9 square kilometers, three quarters of which is under wate >> more
The Ming Tomb
The Ming Tombs, which form a group of mausoleums, are those of 13 emperors in the Ming Dynasty (1368~1644). The tombs lie at the foot of Tianshou Mountain, in C >> more
The Birds Nest & Water Cube
The National Stadium will host the Olympic opening and closing ceremonies, as well as athletics and football competitions. After the Olympic Games, the stadium >> more
Beijing Zoo
The Beijing Zoo, situated to the west of Beijing Exhibition Center, was known for a short time after the founding of the People's Republic as the Western Subur >> more
Confucius Temple
The Confucius Temple is located on Guozijian Street and served as a ritual site for worship ceremonies dedicated to Confucius, the great Chinese thinker during >> more
Jingshan Park
Jingshan is an artificial hill in Beijing, China. Covering an area of more than 230,000 m², Jingshan is immediately north of the Forbidden City on the cent >> more
Yonghe Temple
Lama Temple is one of the key historic sites under national protection. It lies in the southeast corner of north 2nd Ring Road. It is one of the largest lamaser >> more
Beihai Park
Beihai Park is an AAAA tourist attraction and a key historic site under national protection. Its east and south sides are close to the Palace Museum. It can be >> more
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