The Temple of Heaven is the largest ancient worship complex in China, where the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties worshiped the Heaven. It is a must-see attraction on a one-day trip to 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 memorial hall is the only site of Cao Xueqin's former residence with the Qing Dynasty archives, the "Complete Map of Beijing", and remains and relics that can be found.
The Monument to the People's Heroes is located in the center of Tiananmen Square, Beijing, built for the people's heroes who died in modern history.
Beijing Zhengyangmen Gate, formerly known as Lizhengmen Gate, commonly known as Qianmen Gate, is located on the central axis of Beijing.
Yongdingmen Gate is also known as Zhengyang Outer Gate, Yong'anmen Gate, or Yongchangmen Gate, means "eternal stability".
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.
Hanlinyuan Site is located on Chang’an Avenue inside the Ministry of Public Security.