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Ancient Observatory

Ancient Observatory

Beijing Ancient Observatory is located in the southwest corner of Jianguomen flyover in Beijing. It was built in the orthodox period of Ming Dynasty. It is one of the oldest observatories in the world. It is famous for its complete architecture, exquisite instruments, long history and unique position in the cultural exchange between the East and the West. In the Ming Dynasty, the observatory was known as the "star watching platform". On the platform, there were large astronomical instruments suc...
Guo Moruo's former residence in Beijing

Guo Moruo's former residence in Beijing

Guo Moruo's former residence in Beijing is No. 18, qianhaixi, Xicheng District. It used to be a garden of Heyuan in the Qing Dynasty, and later became the forage field and stable of Prince Gong's Yihe mansion. During the period of the Republic of China, the descendants of Prince Gong sold his palace and garden to Furen University, and sold this place to the Le family medicine shop of Darentang as a garden. In October 1963, Guo Moruo lived here until his death on June 12, 1978. Mr. Guo Moruo spen...
China Geological Museum

China Geological Museum

China Geological Museum China Geological Museum is the earliest national geological museum in China, founded in 1916 The Chinese Geological Museum collects more than 200000 geological specimens, covering all fields of Geosciences. Among them, there are dinosaur series fossils such as giant Shandong dragon and Chinese Dragon Bird, ancient human fossils such as Peking man, Yuanmou Man and shandingdongman, as well as a large number of precious prehistoric biological fossils such as fish, birds and ...
Beijing bell tower

Beijing bell tower

Bell tower, located in di'anmenwai street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, is the north end of the old Beijing central axis. The original site is the central Pavilion of Wanning Temple of datianshou in the Yuan Dynasty. It was built in 1420 and then destroyed by fire. It was rebuilt in 1745 and completed in 12 years. The south of the bell tower is a triple gate connected with the wall. Inside the middle gate is a stone tablet for the reconstruction of the bell tower in the 12th year of Qianlong rei...
Beijing Xu Beihong Memorial Hall

Beijing Xu Beihong Memorial Hall

There are two places in the Xu Beihong Memorial Hall: one is located at No. 53, North Street, Xinjiekou, Xicheng District, Beijing, and the other is located in Yixing Yiyuan. Founded in 1954, Beijing Xu Beihong Memorial Hall is the first artist personal memorial hall built by the Chinese government on the basis of Xu Beihong's former residence. The museum was originally located at No. 16, dongshilu street, Dongcheng District, Beijing. Premier Zhou Enlai wrote the plaque of "Beihong's former resi...
The former residence of Mao Dun in Beijing

The former residence of Mao Dun in Beijing

It is located in yuanensi Hutong, the back of Jiaodaokou, Dongcheng District, and is a municipal cultural relics protection unit. Mao Dun lived here from 1974 to 1981. The former residence is a two-way quadrangle, covering an area of 878 square meters. The screen wall inside the door is inlaid with a gold character and black marble horizontal board inscribed with "Mao Dun's former residence". There are three North rooms, three East-West wing rooms and six inverted seats in the front yard. Xixian...
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