Glit­ter­ing His­tor­i­cal Re­mains

Beijing (English) - - CONTENTS - Trans­lated by Zhang Hong­peng Edited by Justin Davis Pho­tos by Alaa el-din­mohsen El-sayed El-deeb (Egypt), Fu Yu, Trey Rat­cliff (U.S.), Xu Xiaop­ing

Au­tumn is the most beau­ti­ful sea­son in Bei­jing, in which the city is “dyed” by colour­ful au­tum­nal leaves and flow­ers. In Oc­to­ber, its his­tor­i­cal re­mains and mod­ern land­marks daz­zle view­ers in the golden sun­shine.

China's bril­liant, mag­nif­i­cent cap­i­tal is usu­ally im­mersed in a golden at­mo­sphere in Oc­to­ber. This pe­riod com­ple­ments its im­pe­rial palaces, gar­dens and his­tor­i­cal re­mains.

It is a good time to visit the For­bid­den City and see its im­pe­rial struc­tures and relics; the Sum­mer Palace to en­joy leisure time in the im­pe­rial gar­den; or the Great Wall to view the amaz­ing, an­cient for­ti­fi­ca­tion sys­tem me­an­der­ing through the moun­tains. His­tor­i­cal and cul­tural streets are also good des­ti­na­tions. Bei­jing is cur­rently im­mersed in au­tumn colour and is im­pres­sive to vis­i­tors and its res­i­dents.

The cap­i­tal city has a strong sense of aes­thet­ics, which are ap­pre­ci­ated by many. The glam­our of Bei­jing is ap­peal­ing. Its res­i­dents love the city and are de­voted to con­tin­u­ing to de­velop it and write new chap­ters.

1 2 341. Court­yard res­i­dences at night2. Rainy Dashilar Street3. A tra­di­tional-style arch­way on Qian­men Street4. Bell and Drum tow­ers at sun­set

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