Sightseeing in China
The Huxinting Teahouse, over 400 years old, reached by the Nine Turnings Bridge in Shanghai's Old City; the restored, Ming Dynasty, Ciqikou Old Town in Chongqing (Chunking); the temples of Chengde, including Xumifushoumiao (the Mount Sumeru Happiness and Longevity Temple, inspired by the Tibetan home of the sixth Panchen Lama but having a roof leafed with a ton of gold), Putuozongchengmiao (the Small Potala Temple, copied from Lhasa's Potala Palace) and the Puning Temple with its huge, gilded statue of Guanyin, a female Buddha noted for her compassion; Southern Heng Mountain (Hengshannan or Nanyue), bedecked with temples and monasteries befitting one of China's five sacred mountains, in Hunan province; the Three Gorges Dam near Chongqing (Chunking); Wanlichangcheng (the Great Wall of China), restored sections of which are at Badaling and Mutianyu; the Imperial Palace Museum (the Forbidden City), overlooked by the ancient man-made hills of Jingshan Park, in Beijing; and the Hunan Provincial Museum in Changsha, with fascinating displays including the well preserved mummy of an aristocratic lady, are a few of the attractions and sights of China.
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