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Turrets seem to be a common place in Chinese architecture. This turret is quite characteristic of the summer palace that houses it. Don't miss to take the picture of this amazing master piece of architecture.
You get to see just how huge the area is. It draws you to it from afar. You will want to see this . The water is all around you. Plenty of places to relax and enjoy the view. Well worth the trip and take...More
This certainly stands out while you are wandering around the area. From afar the design tends to draw you in, and you find yourself wanting to get closer to this site. Plenty of opportunities to enjoy this space and also take some great photos. Don't...More
Although there is a turret positioned at each corner of the Forbidden City's outer walls, it's usually the north-eastern and north-western ones that are noticed by most visitors after they exit the site. Each turret was intended to serve as defensive look-outs but with several...More