Beijing Confucius Temple is the 2nd largest Confucian Temple in China. It was built in 1302 AD, it now covers an area of 20,000 square meters which was exlarged twice separately in Ming Dynasty and Qing Dynasty. It was used to in memorize of Confucius until 1911. The temple has four courtyards aligned along a central axis.
Yonghe Temple， also known as the Lama Temple, is a monastery of the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism. The building and artwork of the temple is a combination style of Chinese Han People and Tibetan. It was built from 1694 in Qing Dynasty, and originally served as an official residence for court eunuchs;
Jingshan was the royal palace backyard in Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties. Its name was also changed several times, such as, Castle Peak, Long live Hill, Zhenshan and Jingshan.
It was opened in 1928. In 1957, it was designated as the Beijing cultural relics protection units, and in 2001, it was listed as a national cultural relics protection units.
Summer Palace is a vast ensemble of lakes, gardens and palaces. It was royal garden of Chinese emperor in Qing Dynasty. It covers an area of 2.9 square kilometers, among of which 2.2 square kilometers is the man-made Kunming Lake. The excavated soil digging for this lake was used to build Longevity Hill that is actually the rest of The Summer Palace.
“Tiananmen” is Chinese name which literally means “Gate of Heavenly Peace”, Tiananmen Square is named after the Tiananmen, it located in the center of Beijing with size of 440,500 square meters that makes it one of the top 10 largest city square in the world. The Monument to the People’s Heroes stands In the center of this Square;
Forbidden City was the Chinese imperial palace, which was home to 24 emperors of Ming dynasty (1368–1644) and Qing dynasty (1644–1911). In 1987, UNESCO approved that Forbidden City was a World Heritage Site, and is listed as the largest collection of preserved ancient wooden structures in the world.