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About Beijing

Beijing is a popular capital of China which is also known for the massive population. The modern architecture and infrastructure in one side and the long-preserved ancient sites brings out the best of Beijing. Every year millions of visitor’s flocks to this famous city of China to witness the blend of modern and ancient. It is the city of all seasons, no matter which time of the year you go the city will not disappoint you and it will interest something that will interest you. Discovering the best of Beijing solely depends on the time, budget and the sites you wish to visit but Beijing will not disappoint you.

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Best Places to visit in Beijing

The major attractions which you should not miss visiting in Beijing are The Imperial Palace and the Forbidden City, Tian'anmen Square, Beihai Park, The Temple of Heaven, Beijing National Stadium, The Lama Temple, Beijing Capital Museum, Beijing Ancient Observatory, The Fayuan Temple, View from Coal Hill Park, The Beijing Temple of Confucius, Beijing Zoo etc.

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Top Attractions in Beijing

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Tiananmen Square
The 400,000 square metres large area is the key historic centre of Beijing. It was here that the former Communist Party leader, Mao Zedong, declared the founding of the People’s Republic of China on 1st October 1949. Today, thousands of visitors come here every year to see Mao’s remains in the mausoleum. Visit the Great Hall of the People that houses the country’s National People’s Congress and admire the 15th century Qianmen City Gate, which once divided Beijing’s ancient inner city and the suburban areas.
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The Forbidden City
Built by Emperor Yongle in the early 15th century, the 720,000 square metres of Forbidden City was home to the imperial household. It was opened to the public in 1949. The well-preserved area boasts more than 800 buildings and 9,999 rooms. The Hall of Supreme Harmony, beautifully decorated with thousands of Dragons, was used to celebrate the Chinese emperor’s birthday. The Palace of Heavenly Purity served as the emperors’ living area and features several bedrooms.
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Summer Palace
The Summer Palace was once used by the imperial family as a retreat from the stress of Beijing city life. The grounds include a range of buildings and gardens including the Hall of Benevolence and Longevity, as well as the stunning Fragrant Buddha Tower, which offers superb views of Kunming Lake.
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Temple of Heaven
This enormous park was built in the early 15th century, around the same time the Forbidden City was constructed. The park hosts several intriguing buildings. In the north of the park, a stone carved stairway leads up to the entrance of the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests with its cylindrical blue-tiled roof and a beautifully decorated ceiling. It was struck by lightning and burnt to the ground in 1889 but was carefully reconstructed the following year. The Hall of Abstinence was used by emperors for fasting. In the south you will find the Round Altar—a three-tiered marble platform.

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