The Palace Museum, former home to the 24 Ming and Qing emperors, is also known as the Forbidden City.
The Badaling Great Wall is located in the northwest of Beijing, and it's a pass of Jundu Mountain. It extends in all directions, therefore termed Badaling.
The Mutianyu Great Wall, 70 kilometers from Beijing, has a long history and splendid culture. With its own unique architectural style, it expresses the essence of the Great Wall of the Ming dynasty.
The Temple of Heaven, or Tiantan in Chinese, is the largest existing complex of ancient sacrificial buildings in China.
Beijing Olympic Park (Olympic Green) was built for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games and is located in the northern end of the axis of the Forbidden City, which embodies traditional Chinese culture.
The Ming Tombs, which form a group of mausoleums, are those of 13 emperors in the Ming Dynasty (1368~1644).
The Ruins of the Yuanmingyuan, also known as the Garden of Perfection and Brightness, is located northwest of Beijing and east of the Summer Palace.
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