Beihai Park (北海公园)

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The Bai Ta Looking Out Towards The Lake

The Bai Ta Looking Out Towards The Lake

Beihai Park is an imperial garden, North of the Forbidden City, and initially connected to it. Its most noticeable and famous place is probably the Bai Ta (White Dagoba), a 40 meters high stupa placed on the highest point on Qiónghuá Island. But the whole park reflects the great Chinese architecture, with many pavilions and halls.


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  1. Wow! Stunning! What are those flowers in Pond? Lotus?

    Pagodas/ Stupas are main architectures of China. They look so amazing!

    Place looks to be amazing 🙂

  2. @Bluefish – Thanks! Can’t wait to see Denmark through your eyes as well!

    @DianeCA – It’s very likely, it’s a popular place. The Chinese are great artists, I agree!

    @Seraphine – Thank you!

    @Annie – They are lotus flowers. I had never seen that many!

    @johnada – I’m less biased I guess 😆 I love this country, I think it shows a bit.

    @expatraveler – Yes, I was lucky.

    @wapentake – Thank you! It’s good to see you back blogging.

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