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    Jiankou Great Wall HikeJiankou Great Wall Hike Beijing, China
    Whatever reasons you might have to visit China, you are going to have to include some type of hiking along the Great Wall since, it is one of the most historical and significant construction projects in the nation. Many consider the Jiankou Great Wall area to be the most picturesque part of the wall, and considered to be an excellent example of the Wild Great Wall and grown into one of the best photographic spots along the wall, and hiking destination since it was constructed along ridges with steep cliffs on both sides of it, so be sure that you are in good shape and ready to begin a journey the likes of which you will never again take part in or enjoy quite as much. This part of the Great Wall is located by the Xizhaizi Village that is about 70 kilometers from Beijing and usually takes a two hour drive to reach it from downtown. This part of the wall was originally built in the Tang Dynasty, and then renovated during the Ming Dynasty, and is considered the most dangerous section and steep, totaling some 9 plus miles. The wall here was built using dolomite, which is much stronger and harder than the usual bricks used elsewhere, so it is higher, steeper and more varied than other areas of the wall and includes 28 towers where you will enjoy fabulous views and panoramic scenes like you have never seen in the world.

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    Summer Palace (Yihe Yuan)Summer Palace Yihe Yuan Beijing, China
    the Summer Palace in Beijing, China, which in Chinese means "gardens of Nurtured Harmony", and contains a number of gardens, other classical style architectural buildings and palaces. It began as the Garden of Clear Ripples in 1750, as artisans would reproduce the garden architecture styles of other palaces in China, and was attacked two different times, with the first being the Anglo-French allied invasion in 1860 and in the Boxer Rebellion, with eight allied powers in 1900. The garden would survive and be rebuilt in 1886 and again in 1902, given its present name in 1888, Yihe Yuan. It would become the summer residence for Empress dowager, Cixi, who would divert 30 million taels of silver that had been designated for the Chinese navy, into the rebuilding and expansion of the Summer Palace. In 1998, it would be added to the World Heritage list, that said the palace was a masterpiece of Chinese landscape garden design, since the natural landscape was incorporated into the artificial features like the palaces, temples, pavilions, bridges and halls that would create a harmonious ensemble of beautiful aesthetic values. That could explain why it has become such a popular recreational area and tourist destination.

January 8, 2014