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<b>Forbidden City</b>

Forbidden City

The the Imperial Palace of Beijing is the imperial palace of the two dynasties in Ming and Qing Dynasties, formerly known as the Forbidden City, located in the center of Beijing's central axis. It is the cream of ancient Chinese palace architecture. Beijing Palace Museum is centered on three main halls, covering an area of 720,000 square meters, with a construction area of about 150,000 square meters. It has more than 70 palaces and more than 9,000 houses. It is one of the largest and most compl...
<b>Badaling Great Wall</b>

Badaling Great Wall

The Badaling Great Wall is located at the North mouth of Jundu Shanguangou ancient road, Yanqing District, Beijing. It is an important part of the Great Wall, a great defense project in ancient China, and a pass of the Great Wall of the Ming Dynasty. The Great Wall of Badaling is an important outpost of Juyong Pass, which was called "the danger of Juyong is not in the Pass but in Badaling"....
Yonghe Temple

Yonghe Temple

Yonghe Temple is located in the northeast corner of Beijing. It was built in 1694 by Emperor Kangxi in the 33rd year of Qing Dynasty. The palace was named Prince Yong Palace. Yongzheng three years (1725), the palace was changed to the imperial palace, called Yonghe Temple. In the thirteenth year of Yongzheng (1735), Emperor Yongzheng collapsed and once parked the coffins here. Therefore, the original green glazed tiles in the main palace of Yonghe Temple were replaced by yellow glazed tiles. Bec...
Beijing Zoo

Beijing Zoo

Beijing Zoo is located in Xizhimen Avenue, Xicheng District, Beijing. It is adjacent to Beijing Exhibition Hall and Moscow Restaurant in the east. It covers an area of 86 hectares and 8.6 hectares of water. Founded in 1906 in Guangxu, Qing Dynasty, it is the earliest zoo in China and has the largest variety of animals on display. More than 500 species of exhibited animals and more than 10,000 species of marine fish and marine organisms were raised. More than 6 million Chinese and foreign tourist...
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