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  • Wofo Temple
  • Wofo Temple is situated at about 20 kilometers from Beijing, also named as the Temple of Recumbent Buddha and it is close to the Temple of Azure Clouds at the north end of the Xishan Western Hill and is near the Beijing Botanical Garden. It is one of the famous ancient temples in China and is a p...

  • The Great Wall
  • Having a wonderful Great Wall tour is a must for your China Trip!   The Great Wall of China is a series of stone and earthen fortifications in northern China, built originally to protect the northern borders of the Chinese Empire against intrusions by various nomadic groups. Several walls ...

  • Forbidden City
  • The Forbidden City is a very famous tourist destination in china.The common English name, "the Forbidden City", is a translation of the Chinese name Zijin Cheng (pinyin: Zš«jinchéng; literally "Purple Forbidden City"). The name "Zijin Cheng" is a name with sig...

  • Altar of Earth
  • Built in 1530, the Altar of Earth is located in the northern part of Beijing, a little way off Andingmenwai Street. Extending over an area of 37 hectares, it was surrounded by a double square enclosure. The outer enclosure no longer stands but its west gate remains.For more than four centuries, t...

  • Niujie (Ox Street) Mosque
  • One often connects all architecture of China to Buddhism but there are traces of Islam to be found here too. The Niujie Mosque is a great example of Islamic religion taking shape influenced by Chinese architecture. The Mosque gets its name from the street on which it is built. The Niujie Street w...

  • Temple of Confucius
  • Now the Beijing Capital Museum, the Beijing Temple of Confucius was originally built in 1302 as a place to pay homage to - you guessed it - Confucius. The massive complex (22,000m square) is second only in size and importance in Confucius worship to the Temple of Confucius in Qufu in Shandong Pro...

  • Yonghe Lamasery
  • Situated on the east side of Yonghegong Street in the northeastern corner of the city, the Yonghe Lamasery is the largest and best-known lamasery in Beijing. The principal components are three exquisite memorial archways and five major halls, all of which stand on a north-south axis. The total ar...

  • Temple of Heaven
  • The Temple of Heaven was constructed between 1406 and 1420 during the reign of Ming Emperor YongLe (1403-1424), who also oversaw the creation of the Forbidden City during the same period. It is much bigger than the Forbidden City and smaller than the Summer Palace with an area of about 2,700,000 ...

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