Mao Dun (1896-1981) was a famous revolutionary writer. His former residence including personal effects and writings can be seen here.
13 Yuanensi Hutong
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Mao Dun Former Residence and Nearby Attractions on Map
Forbidden City(2.7 km)
The Forbidden City, also known as the Palace Museum, is the imperial palace of the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties, a grand-standing symbol of the might and stateliness of their court.
Drum and Bell Towers(1.8 km)
The drum tower was originally built in 1272 and reconstructed at a new location in 1800.
Beijing Confucius Temple(1.2 km)
The temple was built in 1302 and honors Confucius (551-479 BC) who was one of China's greatest thinkers, still with significant influence on all aspects of daily life.
The Yonghe Lamasery or Lama Temple (also Palace of Peace) was built in Han Chinese and Tibetan style by Chinese emperors who were fascinated by the Tibetan (Tantric) version of Buddhism.
National Art Museum of China(1.6 km)
Jingshan Park(2.1 km)
Beihai Park(2.4 km)
Beihai Park is one of the oldest, largest and best-preserved ancient imperial gardens in China, dating back to the 11th century.
Ditan Park(2.2 km)
Park with a lot of cypresses and also a small amusement park area.
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