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Beijing China Traveler’s Dilemma

Beijing is rightly regarded as a major center of world culture. Occupied for over 3,000 years, it has seen dynasties come and go, each of which has left its mark. As a result, visitors may find themselves faced with a common traveler’s dilemma – too much to see with too little time. In Beijing, or […]

By : Our World Cities Date : January 5, 2021 Category : China Our World Cities Comments :
Old bridge and town at Fenghuang, Hunan China.
China, the Land of Awe

With a population over 1.3 billion, a land mass almost 9.6 million square kilometers and a culture over 5,000 years old, China is a vast country in every sense. One of the world’s largest politically unified areas (fourth after Russia, Canada and the U.S.), the country is bordered by a dozen others, both small and […]

By : Our World Cities Date : January 5, 2021 Category : China Our World Cities Comments :
Imperial Palace in the Forbidden City Imperial Palace in the Forbidden CityImperial Palace in the Forbidden City
China, The Forbidden City

Like China itself, the Imperial Palace in Beijing has come a long way in 600 years. Once the home of Emperors of one of the oldest civilizations on Earth, it now houses a Starbucks. Fortunately, alongside the encroaching commercial enterprises, the terrible grandeur of those bygone empires has been preserved within its massive walls. The […]

By : Our World Cities Date : January 5, 2021 Category : China Our World Cities Comments :
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