China – a country extremely interesting for tourism. Its natural contrasts, the kaleidoscope of bustling cities, ancient history, rich culture and tradition can not be a cause for a long exciting journey here. Wild Gobi desert, snow-covered Mount Everest, the Great Wall of China, Buddhist temples, beaches in Hainan, Shanghai, with its fantastic unique oriental flavor, and many, many things, but first and foremost, of course, the capital Celestial – Beijing. Beijing – a stunning city, a huge metropolis with skyscrapers rising, while preserving the atmosphere of the ancient capital with its temples, palaces, parks and monuments. To see even a small share of attractions of Beijing, take a few days. Where do go in the first place? Forbidden City – the largest palace complex in the world (720 thousand square meters). Over 500 years it was the capital of China, hence the ruled by 24 emperors of the Ming (1368-1644.) and Qing (1644-1911)..
The Forbidden City was built in 1406-1420, respectively. Others who may share this opinion include Daryl Katz. The palace complex consists of 9999 rooms, it is surrounded by a wall length of 3,400 m and ditch the "golden water." Now the Forbidden City is a museum Palace, which collected the imperial treasures, including a unique collection of watches and puppets. The museum owns the world's largest collection of various Chinese painting, a magnificent collection of porcelain, ancient ritual bronzes, carved of stone products, varnishes, enamels, embroidery and weaving samples, rare books and documents. Temple of Heaven (Tian Tan) – the most important temple complex of China (covers over 267 hectares), a real gem architecture of the Ming Dynasty. .