"Zhongshan Park" Zhongshan Park Tip by limledi
Zhongshan Park, Beijing: 8 reviews and 31 photos
Strolling along this park gives you a wonderful experience. It is a beautiful park adorned with pretty tulip flowers. Entering through the main southern entrance, one comes to a large vestibular pavilion with long corridors running off to the east and west. In front of the pavilion is a white marble memorial archway. To the east stands a beautiful specimen of Taihu Lake stone. There is a peony pond, a wisteria arbor and, to the north, a grove of cypresses with trees said to have been planted in the Liao Dynasty. Seven of the trees are so large that it takes three to four persons with arms outstretched to encircle the trunk.
Address: Chang'An avenue, Beijing
Directions: When standing outside Tian'AnMen Gate on Chang'An avenue, walk to the west (left, as looking towards Tian'AnMen Gate) a little way to find the entrance to ZhongShan Park.
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