东京1.5分彩怎么看规律:World Heritage Sites in China
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Dazu Rock Carvings
Dazu Rock Carvings are located in Dazu County at the southeast of Sichuan province, 167 kilometers away from Chongqing on its east. It contains an exceptional series of rock carvings dating from the 9th to the 13th century.
Leshan Giant Buddha
Leshan City is a renowned tourist resort as it boasts the No.1 Buddha under Heaven. It is the largest carved stone Buddha in the world and at the time of its construction was the tallest statue in the world.
The Forbidden City, located at the exact center of the ancient city of Beijing, was the home and center of power for 24 emperors during the mid to latter Ming and Qing dynasties.
The Great Wall is by far mankind’s most extensive construction endeavor. It zig-zags up and down steep ridges and is punctuated with imposing watchtowers, making the Great Wall the travel icon of China.
Temple of Heaven
The Temple of Heaven is an architecturally splendid set of religious buildings used for sacrificial ceremonies and prayers by the emperors of the Ming and Qing Dynasties.
The Summer Palace boasts the peak of Chinese gardening and architectural art, yet the whole is harmonious, known as “The Loyal Gardens Museum” and ranked as UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Mount Taishan is the most venerated one of China's five sacred Taoist mountains. It is listed as a World Heritage Site. The attractions include great sunrise scenery, Daizong Archway, and Stone Sutra Ravine attracts millions of tourists each year.
Yongding Hakka House
Hakka House is the most characteristic architecture in Fujian Province. Here visitors could enjoy fantastic architectural design of Hakka people. Zhengcheng Lou and Chengqi Lou are outstanding simples of Hakka house.
Dujiangyan Irrigation System
Dujiangyan Irrigation System was built in the 3rd century BC by prefect and engineer Li Bing to divert the fast-flowing Min River via weirs into irrigation canals.
The Ming Tombs form the most extensive burial complex of any Chinese dynasty and are one of the finest preserved pieces of 15th century Chinese art and architecture.