The Great Wall

The Great Wall is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the Republic of China, and it is a huge stone wall, which extends across the Chinese border at a distance of about 8,850 km (5,500 miles), and is considered as the interconnected group of walls that were built in different historical stages Construction work began about 2,000 years ago, the last of which was in 1368 CE, during the Ming Dynasty.

Palace Museum

The Palace Museum, or The Forbidden City, is a huge palace located in the city of Beijing, and it was the residence of the emperors of the Ming and Qing Dynasty during the period (1420-1912), and today it is a World Heritage site.

Mugao Caves

Mogao Grottoes (English: Mogao Grottoes) are located in Dunhuang, an ancient historical cave within which it contains one of the most important groups of Buddhist art in the world. These caves were once home to many monasteries, large numbers of monks, and artists.

Chinese National Museum

The National Museum of China is located in downtown Beijing, and its history dates back to 2003 AD. It consists of two main museums: the National Museum of Chinese History and the Museum of the Chinese Revolution, and museums and galleries include a large number of Artifacts and historical artifacts dating back to the period from ancient times to modern times.

Dongyu Temple

Dongyue Temple is located in Beijing, which is an ancient historical archaeological temple that dates back to the fourteenth century AD, and was then considered as a place of worship and holding ceremonies, then today it is home to the Beijing Museum of Folk Art and a place for national celebrations Great.

Chengdu Park

Chengdu Garden located in China is considered a protected place for animals, but it is dedicated to only one animal, which is the panda animal, as this garden includes large numbers of giant and red pandas, and the garden provides this type of animal a very suitable environment for their life and growth, and it allows visitors Enjoy seeing the pandas practicing their usual activities, such as: climbing on bamboo trees, rolling among weeds, playing balls, and others.

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