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Beihai Park

The Beihai Park is a park. The Beihai Park (Chinese: ; Pinyin: Beihai Gongyun) is an imperial garden northwest of the Forbidden City in Beijing. Initially built in the 10th century, it is a typical Chinese garden. Before the end of the Qing Dynasty in 1911, this area was part of the Forbidden City; since 1925, it is open to the public.

Interesting places in Beihai Park:
Jade Islet - Qionghua Dao   White Dagoba
Pu'an Hall   Ferry Landing
Yong'an Temple   Long Porch
The Round Castle   Yong'an Qiao - Yong'an Bridge
Five Dragon Pavilion - Wulong Ting   Zhishan Qiao - Zhishan Bridge
Fangshan Restaurant   Zhizhu Hall
Qingxiao Tower   Shuang Hong Xie Pavilion
Hall of Buddha Law - Falun Dian   Yuexin Hall
Rowboat Dock  


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Nearest places of interest:

Shuang Hong Xie Pavilion
Wen Jin Branch of National Library
Ferry Landing
Long Porch
  Rowboat Dock
Archway of Hua Zang Jie
Five Dragon Pavilion - Wulong Ting
Kuai Xue Hall

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