Witness the Existence of World Heritage in People’s Republic of China

With culture and history as older as the civilization itself, People’s Republic of China is as complicated as the DNA code. The population of China is skyrocketing day by day, and is populating this world. However, we are not going to conduct a crash course of Chinese menu, but we are now about to discuss some of the historical monuments that this beautiful country offers.

The Great Wall of China
One of the major tourist attractions when it comes to trip in China is obviously the Great Wall of China, a 5000 km long historical fortress. This ancient fortress construction process started in 1100 BC during the reign Western Zhou dynasty and it finally completed at 206 BC during Qin Dynasty.
In 1987, The Great Wall of China was declared as one of the World Heritages by UNESCO. This awesome construction monument is also one of the greatest wonders of world. It’s believed that it’s even possible to experience the sightseeing of this human construction standing on the moon.

Forbidden City
The Forbidden City, well-known as Gu Gong in China, was constructed during the eras of Ming and Qing Dynasty. It’s also well-recognized as the Palace Museum at present. This palace is considered as world’s largest palace as it covers more than 74 hectares of belongings situated at the heart of Beijing.
The UNESCO declared this palace as World Cultural Heritage in 1987. This imperial palace is composed of two different division, first is the Inner Court and next one is the Outer Court. The Inner Court is situated at the northern half of compound and served as the emperor and his family’s royal residence while the Outer Court is southern half and used as the seat of the imperial power of ruler of The China.

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