Crossing the mountains, rivers, lakes and seas, overlooking the mountains and peaks; the Forbidden City, which has passed through dynasties and generations, has an ancient charm; embossed buildings that record historical origins and artistic models; Beijing can be said to be full of historical sites. The ability to rub these cultural monuments on the commemorative coins is even more ingenious. Let us swing our oars and the boat pushes away the waves. The beautiful white pagoda is reflected on the sea, surrounded by green trees and red walls. ——'Let's Dang the Double Oars' Beihai White Pagoda The Beihai White Pagoda, built in the eighth year of Shunzhi in the early Qing Dynasty (1651), is a Tibetan lama tower and a landmark attraction in Beihai. The tower is 35.9 meters high, the upper circle and the lower part are full of changes. It is a Sumeru mountain style. The top of the tower is equipped with a treasure cover, a treasure roof, and is decorated with sun, moon and flame patterns to indicate that the 'Dharma' shines like the sun and the moon. Shoot, always shine on the earth. Just like the moat in you and my heart, I have many stories to tell you slowly. —— 'Beijing' Beijing Temple of Heaven Temple of Heaven, a world cultural heritage, a national key cultural relics protection unit, a national AAAAA-level tourist attraction, and a national civilized scenic tourist area demonstration site. It was built in the 18th year of Yongle in the Ming Dynasty (1420), and was rebuilt during the Qianlong and Guangxu periods of the Qing Dynasty. It is a place for the emperors of Ming and Qing dynasties to worship the emperor and pray for abundance of grains. The Temple of Heaven is the general name of the two altars of Qiuqiu and Qigu. There are two altar walls to form an inner and outer altar. The altar wall is round in the south and north, which symbolizes the place where the sky is round. Third stop: Summer Palace Zhengyangmen was built in the 17th year of Yongle in the Ming Dynasty (1419). It was originally named 'Lizhengmen'. It was renamed 'Zhengyangmen' during the Zhengtong period of the Ming Dynasty. It is still in use today. Zhengyangmen is the collective name of Zhengyangmen Gate Tower and its southern arrow tower. It was the main gate of the inner city of Beijing during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Because it was located right in front of the imperial city and the palace city, the people more often referred to it as the 'Qianmen'. One of the 'Nine Gates of the Capital' in Beijing. Every period of vicissitudes of life in the Forbidden City, now that the rain is getting thicker, the courtyard is covered with red, whoever remembers everything, whoever is brave. ——'Forbidden City' The five golden water bridges on the Jinshui River symbolize the five Confucian virtues of 'benevolenceIt also reveals the traditional morality of 'respecting the sky and fearing people'. Traditional culture, as the years have passed, has spread in the air of the Forbidden City, and the fragrance will last longer. The Forbidden City in Beijing is the imperial palace of the Ming and Qing Dynasties in China, formerly known as the Forbidden City, located in the center of the central axis of Beijing, is the essence of ancient Chinese palace architecture. The Forbidden City in Beijing is centered on three halls, covering an area of u200bu200b720,000 square meters, with a construction area of u200bu200babout 150,000 square meters, more than 70 large and small palaces, and more than 9,000 houses. The Forbidden City is one of the largest and most well-preserved wooden structure ancient buildings in the world. During the period, the building was divided into two parts: the outer court and the inner court. The center of the Outer Dynasty is the Hall of Supreme Harmony, the Hall of Zhonghe, and the Hall of Baohe, collectively referred to as the three halls, where the country holds major ceremonies. The center of the inner court is the Qianqing Palace, Jiaotai Palace, and Kunning Palace, collectively referred to as the Hou San Palace, which is the main palace where the emperor and empress live. I love Tiananmen Square in Beijing. The sun rises on Tiananmen Square. ——'I Love Beijing Tiananmen' Tiananmen Square is located in the center of Beijing, on East Chang'an Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, starting from Tiananmen in the north, Zhengyangmen in the south, the National Museum of China in the east, the Great Hall of the People in the west, and stands in the center The Monument to the People's Heroes and the solemn Chairman Mao Memorial Hall are 880 meters long from north to south and 500 meters wide from east to west. It covers an area of u200bu200b440,000 square meters and can accommodate 1 million people for grand gatherings. It is the largest city square in the world. You and I live together in the global village, and we will meet in Beijing for our dreams. —— 'You and Me' Beijing Workers Stadium, National Stadium (Bird's Nest), National Aquatics Center (Water Cube), the moonlight is like flowing water, quietly cascading on this leaf and flower. The thin green mist floated in the lotus pond. The leaves and flowers seem to have been washed in milk. The towering temples of Tsinghua Garden borrowed from the emperor's wind. There are many sects in the Tibetan Temple in the capital, all in one line of Tathagata. The Lama Temple The Lama Temple is located in the northeast corner of Beijing. In the 33rd year of Emperor Kangxi of the Qing Dynasty (1694), Emperor Kangxi built a mansion here and bestowed it on his fourth son, Prince Yong, called the Prince Yong’s Mansion.