Am sure every city has unique buildings that sets it apart from others…. Beijing is no different. If I circulated the city more intensely, there would be a few more captured. In the limited time I had there, these were a few. A sight to behold.
Sprawling across close to 70 hectares, Beihai Park has architecture that showcases the beauty of China. From pavilions to temples, lake & garden. Easy to get lost in the pathways. Stopping to observe the locals enjoy their leisure time, dancing, singing, juggling ….. that was special.
What’s a visit to Beijing without seeing the glorious Forbidden City. It is probably on every tourist’s itinerary of must see. Even if it’s stepping on the grounds for half an hour roving the outer corridors of the many Halls. My photos don’t do any justice at the scale and history of what was probably once the greatest centre of power in China.