Popularly known as the Bird's Nest, this stadium was built for 2008 summer Olympics.

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Beijing National Stadium, Beijing

Popularly known as the Bird's Nest, this stadium was built for 2008 summer Olympics..

Popularly known as the Bird's Nest, this stadium was built for 2008 summer Olympics.


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About Beijing National Stadium

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Beijing National Stadium and Nearby Sights on Map

National Aquatics Center

Also known as the 'Water Cube' Swimming and diving venue

National Stadium

Also known as the 'Bird's Nest', this stadium, designed by Herzog & Meuron, is the world's largest steel structure

Happy Valley Amusement Park

Amusement park established in 2006 and by far the largest in Beijing, comprising more than 40 rides divided in different themed areas

Chinese Ethnic Culture Park

Park and museum with buildings and exhibitions showing the characteristics of China's 56 nationalities

China Science and Technology Museum

Educuational museum with the possibility of experimenting yourself

Sports Museum

Liuyin Park

Park showing what rural China looks like

China Museum of Telecommunications

The China Museum of Telecommunications traces the development of telecom in China over the years

Qingnianhu Park

The park contains basketball, croquet, golf, electric boats, paddleboars and an amusement zone

Deshengmen

City gate built in 1437 as part of the city wall, which was torn down in 1969