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Legation Quarter, Beijing

Once famous in the Boxer Rebellion, the legation quarter is now occupied by government offices and army offices but can still be seen from outside.

Once famous in the Boxer Rebellion, the legation quarter is now occupied by government offices and army offices but can still be seen from outside. There's a wonderful bakery store called 'Sapporo' near the legation quarter, famous for its breads and cheesecakes.


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About Legation Quarter

 Beijing

Legation Quarter and Nearby Sights on Map

Beijing Planning Exhibition Hall

Museum with a large model of the city, historical pictures from the city and also other exhibitions with relation to the layout and structure of Beijing

Beijing Police Museum

Large museum on police history

National Museum of China

The Chinese National Museum

Huge Museum, since it is free there are long lines

Qianmen

Built in 1419 as the front gate of the inner city wall

Underground City Beijing

The Underground City is a Cold War era bomb shelter comprising a complex of tunnels under Beijing, built between 1969 to 1979 to protect residents from potential conventional, nuclear and biochemical attacks in the event of a war with the Soviet Union

Chairman Mao Memorial Hall

Mao's mausoleum

Tiananmen Gate

The Tiananmen Gate or Gate of Heavenly Peace is a symbol of China, dominating the northern end of the

Imperial City Art Museum

The Imperial City was the Manchu city that surrounded the Forbidden City during the Qing dynasty

Monument to the People's Heroes

The monument documents key events in modern Chinese history