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Travel Resorts Guide: Imperial Necropolis, The Ming Tombs

The Ming Tombs lie at the foot of the Tianshou Mountains where Changling is situated, some 50 kilometers northwest of Beijing. Surrounded by hills from east to west, the place looks like a natural courtyard.

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Best Resorts for Autumn Getaways: Beijng Xiangshan Park China

Xiangshan (Fragrance Hill) Park is located on the eastern side of the Western Hills about 40 kilometers to the northwest of Beijing. On top of the hill, 557 meters above sea level are two huge rocks, which are shaped like incense-burning tripods. Hence comes the name of the hill.

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Beijing Another Tourist Attraction: Great Bell Temple Travel Guide

The gateway of Dazhongsi (Great Bell Temple). The Bell Tower. This unique tower is the center of the Great Bell Temple. It is round at the top and square at the bottom, symbolizing that the sky is round and the earth is square.

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Ancient Chinese Architecture Resorts: Yonghegong Lamasery

Situated inside Andingmen in the Beijing’s East District, Yonghegong (Palace of Harmony and Peace) was built in 1694 as the original residence of the Yongzheng emperor before he ascended the throne. In 1725 it was renamed Yonghegong and declared a lama temple.

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Great Imperial Park: The Ruins of Yuanmingyuan

Yuanmingyuan was a large imperial park. It was actually three separate parks: Yuanmingyuan (Park of Perfection and Brightness), Wanchunyuan (Park of Ten Thousand Springs) and Changchunuan (Park of Everlasting Spring), circling around the lake of Fuhai (Sea of Bliss).

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China Scenic Spots: Garden of Prince Gong's Residence Beijing

Built in the latter part of the eighteenth century, this is a well-preserved garden of a prince’s residence in Beijing. Surrounded by hills on three sides, the garden has twenty scenic spots of different sizes.

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Korea, Russia and China Tourism Development

We should also strengthen the contact between Korea, Russia and China, co-operatively designing travel routes and training professional talents. World Travel Organisation can be the liasing link between the three parties. English is the service language, but not the language of every party in the co-operation

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