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Liuhe Pagode

Hangzhou, China

Liuhe Pagoda is located to the south of Hangzhou. This famous octagonal pagoda, first built in 970AD, stands high on Yuelun Mountain by the Qiantang River. The 60 meter (197ft) brick and wood structure is considered a masterpiece of traditional...

Ming Graves

Bejing, China

The Ming Dynasty lasted from 1368 to 1644. The Ming Tombs are a group of mausoleums of 13 Ming emperors, their empresses and their concubines. The tombs are located about 31 miles north of Beijing and are scattered across an area of 25 square miles....

Forbidden City

Bejing, China

The Forbidden City was built between 1406 and 1420 under Ming Emperor Yongle, and served as the imperial palace for the Ming and Qing dynasties. Ming Emperor Zhudi was the first emperor to live there. It is 3,150 feet long from north to south and...

De Chinese Muur

Bejing, China

The Great Wall is a symbol of the ancient Chinese civilization. Stretching 3,950 miles, The Great Wall was built as a defensive structure. It is listed in the United Nation's Education, Science and Cultural Organization's (UNESCO) World Heritage...

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Landmarks, sightseeing and curiosities

Liuhe Pagode

Hangzhou, China

Liuhe Pagoda is located to the south of Hangzhou. This famous octagonal pagoda, first built in 970AD, stands high on Yuelun Mountain by the Qiantang River. The 60 meter (197ft) brick and wood structure is considered a masterpiece of traditional...

Ming Graves

Bejing, China

The Ming Dynasty lasted from 1368 to 1644. The Ming Tombs are a group of mausoleums of 13 Ming emperors, their empresses and their concubines. The tombs are located about 31 miles north of Beijing and are scattered across an area of 25 square miles....

Forbidden City

Bejing, China

The Forbidden City was built between 1406 and 1420 under Ming Emperor Yongle, and served as the imperial palace for the Ming and Qing dynasties. Ming Emperor Zhudi was the first emperor to live there. It is 3,150 feet long from north to south and...

De Chinese Muur

Bejing, China

The Great Wall is a symbol of the ancient Chinese civilization. Stretching 3,950 miles, The Great Wall was built as a defensive structure. It is listed in the United Nation's Education, Science and Cultural Organization's (UNESCO) World Heritage...

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