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Sunday, March 3, 2019

Beijing - Winter diaries

 Some of the highlights during our tip in Beijing, China in this visual diary, 
Hutong is the name given to a narrow lane, alley, or small street between rows of single-storey houses creating an amazing and feeling the ancient life of the Beijingers. There are few left in the city now and we visited few. This one Nanluoguxiang. It also has an attractive tourist lane where you get great food and small stores.

The Yonghe Temple "Palace of Peace and Harmony"), also known as the Lama Temple, is a temple and monastery of Tibetan Budhism locates in Dongcheng district. The building and artwork of the temple is a combination of Chinese and Tibetan style.
Hub of Chinese modern Art, 798 art district is a cool area to walk, eat and admire the street art as well as the many art galleries and original stores. “798 Art Zone comprise a complex of 50-year-old decommissioned military buildings, located in Chaoyang District.
The Summer Palace, a beautiful imperial garden, it’s the largest garden and best preserved from the Qing dynasty. The long corridor, the lake and everything makes it worth the visit to escape from the busy city center.

The Forbidden City is the palatial heart of China. Constructed in 1420, during the early Ming Dynasty: It is the largest ancient palatial structure in the world.  Considered a divine place, as the emperor was seen as the son of Heaven  it was forbidden to ordinary people and that is why the Forbidden City is so named. It is the heart of the city and of China.
And here is a culinary jouney, we got incredible dishes and exquisite vegetarian food be it in fine cuisine or as well as  casual restaurants.

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