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Chairman Mao's Mausoleum
11 Qianmen E Ave (At Tian'anmen Square)
"Interesting, cameras and backpacks are not allowed. Carry your passport, showing ID is required previous entrance."
Monument to the People's Heroes
Tian'anmen Square (Chang'an Ave)
"The icon of much communist propaganda, this is a must see and photog !"
国父肖像 Sun Yat-sen‘s Portrait
9 Zhonglouwan Linzi (at Di'anmen Outer St)
"It is 46.7 meters (153 feet) high, and is also a two-storey building; the first floor contains the China Committee for the Promotion of the Minority Art."
"Famous Chinese restaurant Quanjude is in this street. Most delicious Beijing duck. Street looks great in the evening."
钟楼 Bell Tower
"Check out Jiang Jin Jiu Bar between Drum and Bell towers on the west side, a few doors south of the Drum and Bell). Cool bar, good music. Homey. Kind of "public living room" style."
Forbidden City (Palace Museum)
4 Jingshan Front St
"An absolute must see. The architecture is incredible, the history equally so. Make sure to spend as much time scoping the quiet back alleyways and living quarters as the magnificent throne rooms."
中国国家博物馆 National Museum of China
16 E Chang'an Ave (at Guangchang Dongce Rd)
"The cafe on the ground floor is very reasonable and a welcome place to stop and rest."
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