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
Located in the center of downtown Beijing, east of Tian'anmen Square, Zhongshan Park covers an area of 23.8 hectares and is a classical altar and temple garden with a monumental purpose.
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 place where the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties worshiped the "imperial earth god" and is the largest surviving altar of the earth in China.
Located in the Dongcheng District of Beijing, Longtan Park covers an area of 49.2 hectares and is the main place for leisure, entertainment and fitness for most residents of the southern part of the city.
The Temple of Confucius in Beijing is the place where people paid homage to Confucius during the Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties
The Altar of Land and Grain within the Zhongshan Park in Beijing symbolizes imperial power and the harvest of the country.
Guozijian, the Imperial College, was founded in Yuan Dynasty in the 13th century. With a history of over 700 years, it was the state administrative organization of education and the highest educational institution in the Yuan, Ming, and Qing Dynasty.