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Beijing stands as the vibrant heart of the People’s Republic of China, a city steeped in the echoes of its glorious past. Nestled within the vast expanse of the North China Plain, this metropolis is not just a city but a living museum, boasting its revered status among the four Great Ancient Capitals of the storied Middle Kingdom. For over half a millennium, it has remained the epicentre of Chinese sovereignty, with the Forbidden City marking the zenith of imperial power during the illustrious eras of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. 
The city's streets and alleys are filled with history, and the city is home to no fewer than seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Each corner of Beijing is a gateway to the past, offering an unparalleled journey through time with its majestic imperial palaces, serene religious sites, and poignant political monuments.

Yet, Beijing is a city of delightful paradoxes: ancient hutong alleys cradle beneath the soaring edifices of modernity, while the pulsating energy of its streets contrasts with the tranquility of Houhai Lakes. The Great Wall, a symbol of endurance and strength, stands serenely in the city's northern reaches, a silent witness to the passage of time, surrounded by vibrant greenery.  

The capital's climate adds another layer to its dynamic character. The mild warmth of spring and the crisp air of autumn provide the perfect backdrop for explorations and discoveries, while winter's chill unveils the clearest azure skies, a dream come true for any photography aficionado. 
Beijing is city for all seasons: come and immerse yourself in the city's boundless charm, where every visit promises new discoveries and timeless memories. 

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Things To See In Beijing

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Beijing at a Glance

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Population - 65 Million Landmark - Forbidden City Local Food - Crispy Duck Best Time to go? - Spring

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