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The Great Wall of China

The great wall of China has many features. Fist, the wall has an amazing defensive system from way back in the B.C.s to now! They also have the defensive system for protection against enemies. The Great Wall is also, a symbol of China. I highly recommend hiking along the best projected sections of the wall. A fun fact is that the wall zigzags across all of the mountains of Northern China. Up to this day the Wall still has extraordinary defensive systems of different teams of advisers. The wall consists stone, brick, tamped earth, and other materials such as bamboo. I recommend visiting this amazing site in China.

The Temple of Heaven

The temple of Heaven is also a site to see. Emperors of the Ming dynasty would worship the god of heaven and pray for good harvest. This amazing temple was constructed in 1420 the 18th year. A really cool fact is that when you enter the temple you get the feelings of solemness, respect, holiness, and quietness creep into the mind when entering. Wow! In 1918 the temple was turned into a park. It also had beautiful altars. The temple of Heaven is considered a reflection of the ancient civilization of the Orient. I most definitely recommend this site to see when you visit China.

Forbidden City

The Forbidden City, oh I wish I could go there! The complex concepts of 980 buildings and covers 72 acres. WOW! That’s a lot! The city lasted from 1420 BC to 1912 BC. A really cool fact about the setting there is that the Forbidden City is surrounded by three of imperial gardens. The influenced cultures and architectural develops in East Asia and elsewhere. This city lasted from the Chinese imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of Qing Dynasty. Lastly Since 1925 the Forbidden City has been under charge of the Palace Museum.

Hukou Waterfall

Swish, waaa, crash. Those are the sounds of the Hukou Waterfall! Boy! You have to come here! This waterfall is the largest waterfall on the Yellow River. There is a shining stone called guishi just below the waterfall! I want to see that!! A really cool thing to know is that no matter how large the water volume is it is at least still partially visible! WOW! I wonder how that even happens? It is also very attractive to tourists! A really pretty experience is that the width of the waterfall changes throughout and with the seasons! Another fact is that the water’s velocity increases and the plunges over a narrow opening on a cliff.I hope that you chose this site as your next vacation to China.

The Luobi Cave

The Luobi Cave is also a very attractive site to see. Legends says that stories from and about the cave still exist. Waah, that gave me the chills! The cave is also under the force of yin ridge. Wow listen to the setting story I have for you! The setting around the cave are towering ancient trees casting huge shadows and blocking the sunlight. This next part is really shocking! Archaeologists discovered in the cave: Eight fossilised human teeth, stone and bone tools, lots of animal bones, and more than 70,000 sea shells and evidence of ancient fires. But also, to tie up all of my facts, many writings carved on the wall are believed to be date to the Yuan Dynasty. Wow thats really cool! So, for your next vacation, chose

Qin Shi Haung

Qin Shi Huang, ah you don’t want to make him angry. He is the one who was China’s first emperor! Too add on to that, he was also one of the most important leaders in Chinese history. He more importantly he established the Qin Dynasty. But now these are two really cool fact, he standardized weights and measures, and the currency of the writing system. Qin Shi Huang was an amazing leader of his time and Chinese history.