Shuangqing Villa is nestled on the hillside of the southern foothill of Xiangshan Park in Haidian District, Beijing.
The Sheng Kung Hui Church, also called the Chinese Anglican Church, is a major historical and cultural site protected at the national level.
Liuliqu, a village sitting on the bank of Yongding River, is renowned as the “Home of Liuli (glaze)” in China.
Silicified Wood Geological Park is the only geological park themed on woodstone in China.
Beijing Wulong Gorge Scenic Area is formerly named Heilongtan (Black Dragon Lake).
Changyang Park is one of the 11 new-city large-scale parks in Beijing.
Bussiere Garden is actually a Chinese-style villa featuring ancient Romanesque castle layout.
Beijing Lu Xun High School is on the site of Peking Women’s College of Education.
Prince Keqin’s Mansion is a key protection unit of cultural relics in Beijing.
It is the first park that opened to the public among the “Five Parks and One Belt” in Beijing.