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The Imperial Palace
Also famous as the Forbidden City, the Imperial Palace is the most illustrious historic building in the country and traces its history back to the Yuan Dynasty of the 13th century. Currently known as the Palace Museum, the Imperial Palace is the world's largest palace complex. The collections in the museum boast the Qing imperial collection and there are around 1.17 million pieces of art here. There are also the imperial libraries featuring a great collection of historical documents and rare books.
The world's largest inner-city square, Tian'anmen Square was built to hold a million people. This square was constructed in 1958 in order to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Chinese Republic. It is considered the centre of communist China. The main highlights of the square include the Monument to the People's Heroes, the splendid Tian'anmen Gate, the Museum of the Chinese Revolution, and Chairman Mao Mausoleum.
A former imperial garden, Beihai Park is a public park in the north-western part of the Imperial City. The largest among all the Chinese gardens, this park boasts a number of historically significant structures, temples, and palaces. Beihai Park, since 1925, has been open to the public as a park.
Temple of Heaven
Dating back to 1420, Temple of Heaven incorporates a group of the city's holiest buildings. These lovely old temples are surrounded by lush vegetation and are set out in two sections- one semicircular and the other is circular, which together symbolize heaven and earth.