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Museums & Religious Places


 Among the massive number of ancient religious sights that have remained to this day are quite a few Buddhist monasteries, Taoist temples and Catholic churches.
 The most distinguished one is Yonghegong Lamasery. Located in the northeastern part of the old city of Beijing, Yonghegong is a famous lamasery built in 1694 by Qing Emperor Kangxi for his fourth son, Prince Yongzheng This magnificent temple consists of five main buildings lying on the north-south axis, with annex halls standing on both sides.
 Among 120 worth-seeing museums, the National Museum of China is the best place for you to learn Chinese valuable historical and cultural artifacts.
 The following is a list of religious places you should pay a visit during your Beijing stay.
  • The Palace Museum
  • Chinese Ethnic Museum
  • Beijing Ancient Architecture Museum
  • Beijing Baigongfang Handicraft Museum
  • The Capital Museum
  • China Geological Museum
  • China Science and Technology Museum
  • Beijing Museum of Western Zhou Dynasty Yan Capital Site
  • Beijing Lu Xun Museum
  • The China Great Wall Museum
  • China Honey Bee Museum
  • Beijing Planning Exhibition Hall
  • China Printing Museum
  • Chinese Aviation Museum
  • China National Museum
  • The New Culture Movement Memorial Museum
  • China National Museum of Fine Arts
  • Memorial Museum of Tunnel Warfare Sites at Jiaozhuanghu Village
  • Dongyue Temple
  • Niujie Mosque
  • Temple of Successive Emperors
  • Jietai Temple
  • Dajue Temple
  • The Temple of Enlightenment
  • The Confucius Temple and Guozijian
  • LamaTemple (Yong He Gong)
  • Confucian Temple
  • Tanzhe Temple
  • Temple of Heaven
  • Hongluo Temple
Beijing Religious Places Guide


Beijing Wangfujing Church
Beijing Wangfujing Church
Baita Temple
Baita Temple


Beijing Bell Temple
Beijing Bell Temple
Beijing Forbidden City
Beijing Forbidden City



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