The Chairman Mao Memorial Hall is located in Tian'anmen Square and occupies an area of 5.72 hectares. Its total construction area is 3,3867 square meters.
Wanping City was constructed during the late Ming Dynasty in 1640 and originally named Gongbei City.
The Great Hall of the People is located at Tian'anmen Square where the National People's Congress is held.
Built in 1119-1120 in Liao Dynasty, it is one of the famous ancient pagodas in Beijing.
The Randeng Pagoda is one of the Cultural Relics Units in Beijing, which is located in the north of Tongzhou district.
Fuyou Temple was built during the reign of Emperor Shizong of the Qing Dynasty.
Zhaojialou Hotel, located at No. 1 Zhaojialou Hutong, Dongcheng District, is a pink five-story building.
Mr. Cai Yuanpei’s former residence in Beijing is a courtyard with three entrances from east to west in Dongtangzi Hutong, Dongcheng District, with a construction area of about 368 square meters.
As the birthplace of the May Fourth Movement, the Red House of Peking University was once the main front for the spread of Marxism in early China, leaving behind many "red stories".
Zhangfang Ancient Battle Tunnel is one of the heritage conservation sites in Beijing and is the only known underground military facility in Beijing.