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Yuelu Mountain (Hunan)

The name Yuelu Mountain is related to a famous line from the book "Story of Nanyue" written by Liu Song of the Southern and Northern Dynasties (420AD-589AD).

Ming Tombs (Beijing)

The Ming Tombs, which form a group of mausoleums, are those of 13 emperors in the Ming Dynasty. They cover an area of about 120 square kilometers.

Summer Palace (Beijing)

Originally named Qingyi Yuan or the Garden of Clear Ripples, it features a variety of palaces, gardens and other ancient-style architectural structures.

Palace Museum (Beijing)

The Palace Museum, former home to the 24 Ming and Qing emperors, is also known as the Forbidden City. In 2016, a record 16 million people explored the vast museum.

Gongwangfu (Prince Gong's Mansion) (Beijing)

Constructed in 1777, the dwelling is a traditional courtyard mansion of a style that was so popular in imperial Beijing.

Sanxian Mountain scenic spot (Shandong)

Sanxian Mountain scenic spot is located in Penglai of Yantai, Shandong province, close to the "Ba Xian Guo Hai" scenic spot and the Sanxian Mountain Hot Spring.

Penglai Pavilion (Shandong)

The Penglai Pavilion is situated on the seashore cliff at the north of Penglai City, Yantai of Shandong Province.

Laoshan Mountain (Shandong)

Bordering Laoshan Bay in the east and close by the Yellow Sea in the south, ocean and mountains seem to link together at the towering peak often shrouded in mist.

Guangzhou Baiyun Mountain Scenic Area

Yuexiu Park, a comprehensive park in Guangzhou, boasts over 80 years of history.

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