It is China s largest and most representative existing masterpiece among China’s ancient sacrificial buildings
The Ming City Wall, first built in the Ming Dynasty, used to run about 40 kilometers The remaining relic, which is about 1 5 kilometers long, used to be part of the inner city wall of Beijing
Built in 1421 by the Ming Yongle Emperor, Zhongshan Park was where the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties made offerings to the gods of earth and agriculture and became a public park in 1911
The scenic spots alternate with each other along the lake and the lake from the water is well known as one of the freshest areas to find water in the city
It is the largest and best-preserved existing royal granary in Beijing and a witness of history
Famous for its architecture, business, folk-custom and operatic culture, Qianmen Street has been a distinctive street since the Ming and Qing Dynasties
The southeast corner watchtower at Zuo’anmen of Beijing’s outer city wall, is a well-known landmark.
Yongdingmen, the main gate of Beijing's outer city wall in the Ming and Qing dynasties, is located on the central axis of the capital, between Zuoanmen and Youanmen.
A traditional Chinese siheyuan (quadrangle) with three layers of gates, blue bricks, black tiles, stone carving gate and a screen wall will come into sight.
Wangfujing Catholic Church, commonly known as East Church and also known as St. Joseph’s Cathedral and Bamiancao Church, is the second Catholic Church built by Jesuit missionaries in Beijing following the first one at Xuanwumen.