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
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.
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.
Dongcheng Fahua Temple is located at No 103 Baofang Hutong, Dongcheng District. This site used to be the house of a eunuch named Liu Tong and his brother Liu Shunshe.
Zhihua Temple, an oasis of quiet courtyards and exquisite Buddhist artwork in the heart of the Central Business District, was built by the corrupt eunuch Wang Zhen in 1443 as his personal ancestral hall, but was later converted to a temple.
Liuyin is one of Beijing's most picturesque parks, with a duck-and lotus-filled lake surrounded by weeping willows and pavilions.
Dongjiaominxiang Catholic Church, also named St. Michael's Church, is one that was built comparatively late in Beijing.
The Monument to the People's Heroes stands in the center of Tiananmen Square, north of the Memorial Hall of Chairman Mao.
The Memorial to Prime Minister Wen was built in 1376 to commemorate the Southern Song national hero Wen Tianxiang