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Introduction to Beijing

Beijing has a long history and splendid culture. It is one of the first national historical and cultural cities, one of the four ancient capitals of China and the city with the largest number of world cultural heritage sites in the world. Its 3060 years of history has given birth to the Forbidden City, the Temple of Heaven, the Badaling Great Wall, the Summer Palace and many other places of interest.


Scenic spots in Beijing

The Forbidden City

The Imperial Palace in Beijing is the imperial palace of the Ming and Qing dynasties, formerly known as the Forbidden City. Located at the center of the central axis of Beijing, it is the essence of ancient Chinese court architecture.


The Great Wall

The Great Wall is a defensive system with walls as the main body and a large number of cities, barriers, pavilions and landmarks. On March 4, 1961, the Great Wall was announced by the State Council as the first batch of national key cultural relic protection units. In December 1987, the Great Wall was listed as a World cultural Heritage site.


Beijing cuisine

Beijing Roast Duck

Roast duck is a famous Beijing dish with world reputation. It was developed by the Han Chinese in the Ming Dynasty and served as a palace food at that time.


Hot boiled mutton

Speaking of mutton hot pot in Beijing, it is a famous traditional food.


Zhizi barbecue

Zhizi barbecue, also known as Old Beijing barbecue, is a very local barbecue in Beijing.


Noodles with fried sauce

Zhajiang noodles is a traditional Chinese noodle dish, made of noodles mixed with vegetable code and fried sauce. It tastes delicious and is popular in Beijing, Hebei and Tianjin.


Beijing culture

The characteristic culture of Beijing is Siheyuan, hutong, Peking Opera and crosstalk. Siheyuan is the traditional residence form in Beijing. Peking Opera is regarded as the quintessence of Chinese culture and tops the list of three Chinese operas.


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