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China Historical Places and Attraction

Great Wall of China

Extending to more than 6,000 kilometers from the mountains of Korea to the Gobi Desert, the Great Wall of China is the biggest construction attributed to human hands, and the single structure that was built by men that is apparently noticeable to astronauts orbiting in space.

Forbidden City

This is Positioned at the heart of Beijing, the Forbidden City, it is also referred to as Gu Gong, in Chinese, and was the royal palace all through the Ming and Qing dynasties. In the present time this place is known as the Palace Museum, it is placed to the north of Tiananmen Square. It is rectangle in shape; and this is the world's biggest palace complex which spreads over 74 hectares. There are 9,999 buildings bordered by a moat which is six meters deep and a ten meter high wall.

Yangtze River Cruises

Yangtze River Cruise is special since the cruise offers four unforgettable tourist attractions namely The Three Gorges, Shore Excursions, Three Gorges Dam and Vacation within a vacation.

China Garden

In China garden design was quite popular in the past and this tradition has continued at present. One of the most popular means to enhance the gracefulness of Chinese homes was to expand one or more compounds into a garden with plants, rocks, as well as garden buildings. Gardens were particularly valued for their immense exquisiteness and openness. Eventually, garden design came to be looked upon as a sophisticated activity for the wealthy and cultured.

China Grill

China Grill restaurants offer exquisite Chinese cuisines that are extremely popular in some of the major cities across the globe.

Silk Road

China’s Silk Road was not a single trade path and contrary to popular perception it did not only trade commodity was silk. The Silk Road can be considered as an East-West system of interrelating routes connecting different Central Asian Kingdoms for example those of Bukhara, Samarkand, Bishkek and Islamabad in the west with foremost Chinese cities; most conspicuously the Han and Tang dynasty capital, Changan in the east which is the present day Xi'an.

China Mountains

China's stunning mountain landscapes fascinates the expert climber as well as amateur explorers in the same way. Genuine climbers are attracted by the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau to climb up the difficult summit of Mt. Everest referred to as Mt. Qomolongma in China- the tallest mountain in the world. Pilgrims of course are drawn by China's Five Sacred Mountain Peaks, which Han Emperor Wu Di affirmed as holy in the 2nd century BC.

China Temples

It is hard to calculate exactly the total number of temples that are present all over China. Chinese temples vary in size from Taoist hut in back alleys to outstanding Tibetan Buddhist Drepung Monastery, the principal and wealthiest monastery, which spreads over an area of more than 200 thousand square meters.

China Museums

There are a number of museums in China that are known for their rare exhibits and grand architectural designs. Read on to know more on historical places and attractions of china.