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The Forbidden City in the heart of Beijing is an enormous Imperial Palace that was the home of 24 Ming and Qing Dynasty emperors from 1420 to 1912. With spectacular architecture and grounds on a scale hard to imagine, the Forbidden City is stunning to see and walk through. A trip to the Forbidden City
Tianmen Square is the cultural, spiritual and political center of China and an exciting spot to see when you travel through the Beijing. From Tiananmen Square you can visit sites like the Forbidden City and Mausoleum of Mao Zedong that are only a short walk away, watch the hordes of Chinese and foreign tourist who
I’m not the biggest fan of Mao Zedong but I’ve always been fascinated by his Mausoleum. His mausoleum is an architectural eye sore in the heart of Beijing’s travel district just south of the Forbidden City. It is a part of Tiananmen Square and impossible to miss when you travel through the centre of Beijing.
World Heritage Travel Site Not For Sale In China Warning – this post is a bit of a rant because because the Forbidden City is a priceless historical site and one of THE top travel destinations in China. We are fortunate enough that the Forbidden City is open to the public for a small fee
Priceless Art Stolen from Forbidden City – Blow to Travel in China Good news and bad news for the Forbidden City. Bad news is that last Sunday there was a theft of a number artifacts from the Forbidden City that were on loan from a private Hong Kong museum. I’ve listed an article from The
Ever wanted to travel in Beijing but don't because you think you cannot afford it? Well this blog post is for you. I'm going to show you how to stay in Beijing and see all the main sites in Beijing for less than $200 in US dollars. Those sites are -Forbidden City -Tiananmen -Temple