Beijing is a city with rich cultural attractions,Forbidden City, the best preserved imperial palace in the world; Ming Tombs, the imperial tomb cluster for thirteen emperors of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644); Great Wall, one of the seven wonders of the world, which is also the symbol of China; Temple of Heaven, the worshipping site for the emperors; Summer Palace, the grandest imperial garden in China; Sacred Way, a divine road reflecting the respect and dignity of emperors; Tiananmen Square, The largest city central square in the world; Lama Temple, a renowned temple dedicatewd to Tibetan Buddhism; Beihai Park, a centuries-old park with marvelous scenery where the last emperor of China spent his last few years; Hutong, a carrier and mirror of Beijing folk culture. The 798 Art Village will give you the depth tour of the modern feeling.
Since Beijing was the capital for four dynasties: Jin (1115-1234), Yuan (127-1368), Ming (1368 -1644) and Qing (1644-1911), it has a wealth of historical sites ranging from royal sumptuous private mansions and gardens to simple villages. Also it is stippled with pagodas and religious temples.
Museums in Beijing are places to get a glimpse of the origin of the Chinese people, the history of China and Chinese culture, including architecture, printing, painting and other aspects.
Mountains and Forest Parks
Beijing Valleys and Gullies, Caves
Due to its mountainous landform, Beijing is riddled with numerous valleys, gullies and gorges in its western area. The brooks trickle through the glens, majestic waterfalls rush down from atop, and bird songs occasionally break the silence of the woods. Caves seem to be playing 'hide-and-seek' while the wonders of nature unfold inside
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