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The Great Wall, one of the greatest wonders of the world and probably the most interesting place in Beijing, was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987. It a one the most beautiful and grand destination to visit all over the worl.
The best and easiest way to find beauty field rotates while going to the Great Wall of China is to use ground transportation as a means of travel. There are plenty of options available for the field trip and more like a bike ride, a car, buses and there are also some interesting media as sidecars provided by various merchants in the city itself. These are instantly available at cheap prices and also with fascinating packages for the convenience of tourists. These services are available for all trips to the Great Wall of China and other interesting places to visit in China. Visiting the Great Wall of China is easy as well as food for the eyes, the beauty of the place itself, the roads are well made with good sidewalks and bridges built bike lanes on both sides of the roads. Also the routes are well equipped with appropriate signage, several places to pull in as little shops and restaurants. The beauty of the field trip is just the trailer of what is to come, the final destiny is so beautiful that could make your heart stop beating.
Lama Temple is large. The statues and artwork inside the buildings are amazing and exactly what you can see in Tibet. However, the architecture of the buildings is all Chinese and really nothing like that anywhere monastery in Tibet.
Yonghe Lamasery is this kind of places that you should visit in Beijing, as it is similar to other resorts in parks and at the same time, is very different. This is the Buddhist monastery, because you can see how people pray and make wishes.
Here cn find many statues of Buddhas in monasteries and 26 m Buddha!
This place is very peaceful and beautiful.
!! Also, if you are going to leave the Lama Temple and across the street is a temple of Confucius. They are very close to each other.
YongHeGong survived the Cultural Revolution, due to the intervention of Prime Minister Zhou Enlai. It opened to the public in 1981.
This is an impressive and beautiful building .It even contained an exhibition of sculptures rather badly formed from rancid yak butter.