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Capital Library

The Capital Library was located at the famous Imperail College(Guozijian), then moved to the new site in 2001 funded by the Beijing Municipal Government. Capital Library is the central house of public library owned by the Beijing government.
The library has a long and complicated history. In 1924, the Metropiltan Popular Library and part of the Metropolitan Library were transferred to the ...

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By:china tour | Beijing Tours | 12/17/2009 5:03:00 PM

The Chairman Mao Memorial Hall

The Chairman Mao Memorial Hall, or the Mausoleum of Mao Zedong, is the fianl resting place of Mao Zedong, situated in the south of the south of the Tian'anmen Square, between the Monument to the People's Heroes and the Zhengyang Gate. The Memorial Hall provides people a place to show their respects to Chairman Mao, the founder and first Chairman of the People's Republic of China. Although Mao had ...

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By:china tour | Beijing Tours | 12/17/2009 5:02:00 PM

Longqingxia Ravine

The Longqingxia Ravine is located, 85 kilo meters away form downtown, in the river mouth of Gucheng River 10 kilometers away from the Gucheng village in Yanqing County. It has been a local attraction since the Song Dynasty. The Emperor Renzong of Yuan Dynasty was born near here then he named this place Longqing Prefecture to commemorate his birthplace. This recreational site is part of the reservo...

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By:china tour | Beijing Tours | 12/17/2009 5:01:00 PM

Beijing Guanfu Museum

Ma Weidu, the Founder of Guanfu Museum, is one of the eminent antique collectors in China. He makes a big step to open the first private museum in China's mainland. One of the important characters of Ma is his spiky white hair and high-pitched laugh, which can be easily recognized by the people. He radiates pride mentioning some of the famous visitors to his museum and expresses his feeling to the...

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By:china tour | Beijing Tours | 12/17/2009 5:00:00 PM

Beijing Amusement Parks

If you're lack of ideas about where to take the kids, try one of Beijing's amusement parks in the outskirts of the city. Time Out spins, loops and rides its way around the best places to scream your head off. The best thing about the no-frills Beijing Amusement Park - home to 38 good old-fashioned carnie rides - are the short queues. Notice boards at each ride give a helpful description in English...

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By:china tour | Beijing Tours | 12/17/2009 4:59:00 PM

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