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Zhuozhou City is located in the northwest of the North China Plain and is under the jurisdiction of Baoding City, Hebei Province. The Zhuozhou Twin Towers are the iconic structures of the city's ancient district, located in the northeast corner of the old city. The two towers are reliquary pagodas in the architectural style of the Liao era (907-1125). The Zhuozhou Twin Towers are one of the few extant examples of pagoda-style brick towers, and their exquisite craftsmanship imitates the look of a wooden pagoda. The city also has other historical and cultural sites like the home of legendary Three Kingdoms-era general Zhang Fei and the Zhuozhou Museum.
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Beijing Wildlife Park is home to more than 200 species of wild animals. When you come to the park, you can watch exciting animal performances such as bear acrobatics, monkey cycling, and lion loop-jumping. In the free-range area in the park, tourists can feed animals through the iron bars. But beware! Do not extend your hands to the other side of the cage! The Beijing Wildlife Park also has a bird pavilion where you can see many beautiful birds such as flamingos and peacocks, as well as parrots capable of conversing with people. It is a very intriguing experience!
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The twin towers of Zhangzhou are the landmark buildings of the ancient city of Zhangzhou. They are located in the northeast of the old city of Zhangzhou. The two towers are stupas, facing the north and south, the south tower is called “Chidu Temple Tower”, and the North Tower is called “Yunju Temple Tower”. Both towers are named after the temple, but the temples are not known when they were destroyed. Each of them has only one pagoda. They are collectively called “Chuzhou Twin Towers. The two towers in Zhangzhou are the lesser-preserved brick towers in the existing Liao towers in China. The wooden structure pavilion, the two towers of the Liao Dynasty are fine, the internal structure is sleeve-type, and the octagonal cloisters are set on each floor of the tower.
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The Zhoukoudian Peking Man Site Museum is located in Zhoukoudian Town on the southwest side of Fangshan District. It is a scenic spot built in the place where the Beijing monks 500,000 years ago, the Xindong people 100,000-200,000 years ago, and the cavemen who lived 1-3 million years ago. Museums, heritage parks and natural scenery are dominant. The Zhoukoudian site discovered various fossil and cultural relic sites in different periods, excavated fossil remains representing “Beijingers”, tens of thousands of stone tools, a large number of animal fossils and fire relics, etc. The museum exhibition hall explained the Zhoukoudian site to the audience. Historical value and cultural connotation.
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The hometown of Zhang Fei is situated in Zhangzhou City, Hebei Province, in the southwest of Beijing. It is named Fan Yang in ancient times and is the hometown of Liu Bei and Zhang Fei in the Three Kingdoms era. Legend has it that Liu Bei, Guan Yu and Zhang Fei sworn brothers in ancient times. The current Zhangfei Temple was remade in 1991. The temples are sorted in order to lift the gates, the horse hall, the main hall, the hall and the tomb. In the temple of Ma Dian, a beautiful Wuhuan horse was molded, and the main opening of the main hall was suspended by a fragment of Qianlong's title.
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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
A vast majority of tourists who visit Beijing for the first time consider the Forbidden City as a place they must see. The Forbidden City, known as Gugong in Mandarin, once served as the imperial palace for 24 emperors during the Ming and Qing dynasties. It is a symbol of ancient China. Although it is no longer China's political centre, you can still feel its former glory once you are within the courtyard and surrounded by the high walls. Its long history has left behind a large amount of precious architecture and cultural relics, making it one of the most important cultural heritage in modern China.

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Peking Man Site-Stone Flower Cave and Marco Polo Bridge Day Tour
Private Beijing Day Trip: Peking Man Site, Stone Flower Cave, Marco Polo Bridge
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