The Yuan Zhongdu site is the remains of one of the four capitals of the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368) of China (known as the Middle Capital in Chinese), and is located 15 kilometers to the north of the Zhangbei county, in North China's Hebei province.
Located in Luanping county, North China’s Hebei province about 130 kilometers away from Beijing, the Jinshanling Great Wall was built under the direction of General Xu Da (1332-85) in 1368 during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).
The Western Qing Tombs are located at the foot of Yongning Mountain in Yixian county, Hebei province, 98 kilometers southwest of Beijing. It is the last imperial tomb complex of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911).
Yesanpo Scenic Spot is located at the junction of Taihang Mountains and Yanshan Mountains in Laishui county, Baoding, Hebei province.
Xibaipo Scenic spot, having red tourism as its theme, is located in Pingshan county, Hebei province.
The Palace of Nvwa Scenic Spot is a huge architectural complex located in the northern part of the Taihang Mountains in Shexian county, Handan city, Hebei province.
The Mountain Resort and Outlying Temples Tourist Attraction, located in Chengde, Hebei province, is composed of four scenic areas: the Mountain Resort, the Potala & Palace of Panchen Lama, Puning Temple and Qingchuifeng (Sledge Hammer Peak).
Baiyangdian Lake with its main body located in An’xin county, Baoding, Hebei province is the province’s largest lake.
Baishi Mountain Scenic Spot, covering 54 square kilometers, is located in the northernmost part of Taihang Mountains and is 15 kilometers south to Laiyuan county, Baoding city, North China’s Hebei province.