10 Most Famous Landmarks In China Worth Visiting

10 Most Famous Landmarks In China Worth Visiting  

The Great Wall of China: An iconic symbol of China, this ancient fortification stretches over 13,000 miles.

The Forbidden City: A stunning imperial palace complex in Beijing that once housed Chinese emperors.

The Terracotta Army: Thousands of life-sized clay soldiers and horses buried with China's first emperor, Qin Shi Huang.

 The Potala Palace: Located in Lhasa, Tibet, it's the former winter residence of the Dalai Lama and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Li River: Cruise along this picturesque river to witness the breathtaking karst landscapes of Guilin.

 The Zhangjiajie National Forest Park: Famous for its unique sandstone pillars that inspired the "Avatar" movie.

1The Yellow Mountains (Huangshan): Renowned for its peculiar granite peaks, hot springs, and ancient pine trees.

The Summer Palace: A beautiful royal retreat in Beijing with a stunning lake and palace complex.

 The Bund: Shanghai's waterfront area known for its historic architecture and stunning skyline views.

 Mount Everest Base Camp: Located on the Tibetan side, it's a starting point for those aiming to conquer the world's highest peak.

These landmarks offer a glimpse into China's rich history, culture, and natural beauty.

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