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  • Tiananmen Square

    Tian'anmen Square

    Tiananmen Square is located at the center of Beijing City. It is named after the Tiananmen Gate located to its North, which separates it from the Forbidden City. Read more>>
  • Forbidden City

    Forbidden City

    The Forbidden City, located at the exact center of the ancient city of Beijing, was the home and center of power for 24 emperors during the mid to latter Ming and Qing dynasties. Read more>>
  • Great Wall

    Great Wall

    The Great Wall is by far mankind’s most extensive construction endeavor. It zig-zags up and down steep ridges and is punctuated with imposing watchtowers, making the Great Wall the travel icon of China. Read more>>
  • Temple of Heaven

    Temple of Heaven

    The Temple of Heaven is an architecturally splendid set of religious buildings used for sacrificial ceremonies and prayers by the emperors of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Read more>>
  • Lama Temple

    Lama Temple

    The Lama Temple in Beijing is one of the largest and best preserved lamaseries in the world outside of Tibet.The most striking element of the Lama Temple is a huge statue of the standing Buddha, carved from the trunk of a single sandalwood tree. Read more>>
  • Summer Palace

    Summer Palace

    The Summer Palace boasts the peak of Chinese gardening and architectural art, yet the whole is harmonious, known as “The Loyal Gardens Museum” and ranked as UNESCO World Heritage Site. Read more>>
  • Beijing St. Joseph's Church

    St. Joseph's Church

    St. Joseph's Church, originally built in 1655, is one of the best preserved religious sites and the second oldest Catholic Church in the city. Located on prosperous Wangfujing Avenue - the city center of Beijing, the church becomes a new scenic spot in Beijing tour. Read more>>
  • Beijing Zhongshan Park

    Zhongshan Park in Beijing

    Zhongshan Park is located southwest of the Forbidden City and west of Tian’anmen Square, covering an area of 230,000 square meters. This place used to be an imperial temple called Sheji Altar, which means Altar to the god of the Land and Grain of Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties. Read more>>
  • Niujie Mosque

    Niujie Mosque

    The Niujie Mosque, or Ox Street Mosque, is widely known as the most ancient mosque in Beijing, as well as the largest one. It covers an area of over 6,000 square meters, and was originally built in 996 during Liao Dynasty. Read more>>
  • National Art Museum of China

    National Art Museum of China

    With all the city spots and natural beauty here in Beijing, local museum is also a good choice you may weigh your option. Since its establishment, the museum has held thousands of various influential exhibitions, which provided an important platform of artistic exchange between China and the world. Read more>>
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