The Summer Palace

Photo 1: The Summer Palace, one of the four famous gardens in China         The Summer Palace Is located in northwestern suburbs of Haidian District, the state 5A-class tourist attractions, was built in 1750, and finished in 1764, formerly known as Garden of Clear Ripples. Photo 2: The  Summer Palace, Beijing         The area is 2.9 million square meters, about 3/4 is covered by water. The Summer

Bao Yue Pavilion

, Photo 1: Zhong Nan Hai , Beijing         Zhong Nan Hai is located on the west side of the Forbidden City, is the name of the Middle Sea and the South Sea together, it covers an area of about 1 million square meters, of which about 467,000 square meters is water.   “Hai” is the abbreviation of the Mongolian “Hai Zi”, meaning the waters. Because Zhong Nan Hai

Lama Temple

Photo 1: Lama Temple, Beijing         First built in the 33rd year of Kangxi in Qing Dynasty (1694), Lama Temple is Beijing’s largest and best preserved Tibetan Buddhist monastery. Photo 2:  Memorial Archway of Lama Temple         Lama Temple was once the residence of Prince Yongzheng before his accession to the throne. After YongZheng was ascended the throne, half of his mansion was changed

Old Summer Palace

Photo 1: The Old Summer Palace, Beijing         The Old Summer Palace was built in 46th years of Kangxi(1707), is comprised by the Yuanming Garden, Changchun Garden and Yichun Garden, it covers an area of 3.5 million square meters, of which the water area is about 1.4 million square meters. There are more than 100 Garden landscapes , the building area is more than 160,000 square meters. Photo

Lingen Hall

Photo 1: Changling Mausoleum of the Ming Tombs, Beijing         Changling Mausoleum is the Ancestor Tomb of the Ming Tombs, is the joint burial mausoleum of the third emperor Zhu Di and his empress Xu Shi of the Ming Dynasty. Photo 2:  the Lingen Gate of Changling Mausoleum Photo 3: The Tall and Towering Lingen Hall of Changling Mausoleum Photo 4: The Model of Lingen Hall in Changling Mausoleum    

Temple of the Moon (Xi Yue Temple)

, Photo 1: Temple of the Moon (Xi Yue Temple), Beijing         Also known as Xi Yue Temple, Temple of the Moon is located on the west side of Nanlishi Road in the Xicheng District, it is one of the famous Five Altars and Eight Temples, Temple of the Moon was built in the 9th year of Jiajing of Ming Dynasty (1531). Photo 2: Tranquil Moon Chamber in Temple

Fragrant Hill Park

Photo 1: Fragrant Hill Park, Beijing         Located on the east side of West Mountain in the northwest suburb of Beijing, 20 km away from the city. Photo 2: Fragrant Hill Park          Fragrant Hill Park covers an area of 1.6 million square meters, the cultural relics are abundant. Photo 3: Snow Scene of Western Hills in Fine Days (Xi Shan Qing Xue), Fragrant Hill Park Photo 4: Azure

Xishiku Church

Photo 1: Xishiku Church, Beijing         Xishiku Church is located in the north side of Xi’an Gate Avenue, also known as North Church. There is a platform in front of the church, surrounded by white marble railings on three sides. Photo 2: Jesus Good Shepherd Powerdekor on the Top of the Front Side of Xishiku Church          A white marble stone is inlaid on the top of the front side

Temple of Reclining Buddha

Photo 1: The Temple of Reclining Buddha( Wofo Temple), Beijing         The Temple of Reclining Buddha was built in the early years of Zhenguan of the Tang Dynasty. Photo 2: the Glazed Arch in The Temple of Reclining Buddha( Wofo Temple) Photo 3:  Gate Hall (Shan Men Hall) in The Temple of Reclining Buddha         It is located in the Beijing Botanical Garden, old trees are towering in