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The Old Beijing Hutongs

Hutongs are a type of narrow streets or alleys, most commonly associated with Beijing, China. In Beijing, hutongs are alleys formed by lines of siheyuan, traditional courtyard residences.

Ming Tombs

There are thirteen imperial tombs of the Ming Dynasty scattered over an area of forty square kilometers in Changping District to the northwest of Beijing. Construction of the necropolis spanned more than two hundred years, almost throughout the entire Ming Dynasty: The first tomb was built in 1409, and the last one in 1644. There is the magnificent Yanshan Mountain, running from west to east, encircling the Ming tombs on three sides.

Forbidden City

The Forbidden City, imperial palace located in the center of Beijing. For five hundredyears, emperors and their family members have lived in this palace. It has provided a place called home from the Ming Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty. The Forbidden City is one of the most popular tourist spots to visit in Beijing

Temple of Heaven

The Temple of Heaven is located in southern Beijing.It was first constructed in 1420, the 18th year of the reign of Ming emperor Yongle,and was extended and renovated during the reigns of Ming emperor Jiajing and Qing emperor Qianlong.It was the place where the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties would worship the god of heaven and pray for good harvest.

Summer Palace

The Summer Palace was first constructed in 1750. In 1860 the garden was burned down by Anglo-French allied forces. In 1886, the Qing government had it reconstructed by embezzling funds from the navy. Two years later, its name was changed to the current one, and it became the living place of The Empress Dowager Cixi in her later years. In 1900, it suffered again, being ransacked by the allied forces of the Eight-Power allied Forces. In 1902, it was restored.

Tiananmen Square

The Tiananmen Square on the north to south axis is at the center of Beijing city. It's the largest square in the world, encompassing an area of 44 hectares, and measuring 865 meters north to south, and 500 and 370 meters east to west on the northern and southern ends respectively.Most of the tourists visit the square to enjoy the surroundings and take many photos.

Mutianyu 

Great Wall

Mutianyu Great Wall---It's located in Huairou County about 100KMs from Beijing, Mutianyu Great Wall enjoys a long history and is part of the glorious culture of China. It connects Juyongguan Pass in the west and Gubeikou Great Wall in the east. This is most popular section for Westren guests. because non-crowded here.