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Just north-west of Guomao station, and north of China World Trade Center I.
Just north-west of Guomao station, and north of China World Trade Center I. This is Beijing's tallest building and features multiple restaurants and bars at the top.
Just north-east of Guomao station along the Third Ring Road is this beautiful and unique tower by Dutch architects Rem Koolhaas and Ole Scheeren, housing China Central Television Station
Silk Street is a bustling market with over 1700 vendors, known for its counterfeit luxury apparel and accessories stores
Red Gate was founded in 1991 by Australian Brian Wallace
Beijing's city wall was build around 1435
Park with lake, boats for hire, teahouses and a restaurant, childrens playground, pavilions, a bird market and a lot of dragons
The observatory covering 1,000 m2 was built in 1442and has been open to the public since 1983
Yuan Chonghuan (1584-1630) was a famous hero and prominent marshal of the Ming Dynasty
CAAW was one of the first galleries in Beijing with a history at least dating back to 1993
Gallery founded in 2006