The Imperial Ancestral Temple was served as the site where ancient Chinese emperors held memorial ceremonies to the imperial family's ancestors.
The Altar of Land and Grain within the Zhongshan Park in Beijing symbolizes imperial power and the harvest of the country.
Xizhao Temple is located in Guangqumen Street
Changpuhe is also called Waijinshuihe, a pretty, renovated river park lying to the east of the Forbidden City.
Located at No. 2 and No. 4 of Beichizi Street, Xuanren Temple was built in 1728 and was called Wind God Temple.
On the west side of Andingmenwai Street, there was a pool and it excavated a lake in 1958.
The Imperial City Wall Relics Park is located close to the Forbidden City and Wangfujing Pedestrian Street.
This park occupies an area of 3 hectares and features water views, which include river, lake, stream, brook, spring, waterfall and other featured views.