Wishlisted by Tricia Importante
“No matter how much the wind howls, the mountain cannot bow to it.” - Who ever can guess which character said these lines is a true Mulan fan 🌟🥰
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Dongcheng District, Beijing, China
4 months ago
Here you’ll find miles of walking tracks and over 900 buildings constructed in the finest Ming Dynasty style. Some tips if you’re going for the first time: 1. Bring your passport or some form of identification 2. Go Early 3. Be patient, there’s a lot to see & a lot of people too 4. Wear comfy shoes
a year ago
Enter the world of China’s royalty at the Forbidden City, the largest palace complex in the world! It became the home of 24 emperors throughout the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). Inside the compound, there are about 800 buildings and more than 9,000 rooms! It will take days to fully explore the place, but the key attractions should only take a few hours if you stick to the Central Axis. Must-see’s include the Gate of Heavenly Peace for a spectacular view of Tiananmen Square; the Hall of Supreme Harmony, which held various royal celebrations; and the Imperial Garden, where you’ll encounter 400-year-old trees.
5 months ago
Beautiful views both inside and out. The even less than a minute ride on the elevator is an entertaining showcase of lights. Makes you really feel like you’re on top of the world.
5 months ago
Dark, dreary, and mysterious, Castle Ward in Strangford Island is a very appropriate location for Game of Thrones’ Winterfell. The castle dates back to the 18th century, featuring gothic architecture against an unearthly woodland backdrop. The entrance of the castle features classical Palladian design with columns supporting a triangular pediment. The other side is Georgian Gothic with pointed windows and finials. Castle Ward is a bewitching masterpiece, a definite must-see. Pay it a visit and feel like a queen or king of the night!
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