Routes China BeijingXicheng District
Three seas

Xicheng District, Beijing, China

Three seas

Length3.2 mi
Elev. Gain65.6 ft
Est. Steps7500
Created by 王磊
Introduction
Three seas is a 3.2 miles (7,500-step) route located near Xicheng District, Beijing, China. This route has an elevation gain of about 65.6 ft and is rated as easy. Find more routes like this on the Pacer App.

2008 Beijing Drum Tower stabbings

Place
On August 9, 2008 in the People's Republic of China, two American tourists and their Chinese tour guide were stabbed at the historic Beijing Drum Tower; one of the tourists was killed. The assailant then committed suicide by jumping from the tower. The incident occurred during the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.

Deshengmen

Place
Deshengmen (simplified Chinese: 德胜门; traditional Chinese: 德勝門; pinyin: Déshèngmén; lit. "Gate of Virtuous Triumph") is a city gate that was once part of Beijing's northern city wall. It is one of Beijing's few preserved city gates and now stands as a landmark on the northern 2nd Ring Road. The original gate complex, built in 1437, was composed of three structures – the gatehouse, archery tower, and barbican.

Former Residence of Soong Ching-ling (Beijing)

Place
The Former Residence of Soong Ching Ling (Chinese: 宋庆龄故居; pinyin: Sòng Qìnglíng Gùjū) is a museum in the Shichahai area of Beijing, China, and once was the last residence of Soong Ching-ling, the wife of Sun Yat-sen and later Vice-President and Honorary President of the People's Republic of China in 1981.

Guanghua Temple (Beijing)

Place
Guanghua Temple (simplified Chinese: 广化寺; traditional Chinese: 廣化寺; pinyin: Guǎnghuā Sì) is a Buddhist temple located at 31 Ya'er Hutong, north of Shichahai in the Xicheng District of Beijing, China. Founded during the Yuan dynasty (1271–1368), it is one of Beijing's most renowned Buddhist temples.

Beihai North station

Place
Beihai North (Chinese: 北海北站; pinyin: Běihǎi Běi Zhàn) is a station on Line 6 of the Beijing Subway. This station opened on December 30, 2012. It is named for the nearby Beihai Park.

Guo Moruo Residence

Place
The Guo Moruo Residence (郭沫若故居) is the former residence of Guo Moruo (1892–1978) in West Qianhai Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China.

Shichahai

Place
Shichahai (simplified Chinese: 什刹海; traditional Chinese: 什剎海; pinyin: Shíchàhǎi) is a historic scenic area consisting of three lakes in the north of central Beijing. They are located to the north-west of the Forbidden City and north of the Beihai Lake. Shichahai consists of the following three lakes: Qianhai (前海), Xihai (西海) and Houhai (后海).

Huode Zhenjun Temple

Place
The Huode Zhenjun Temple (火德真君庙), also known as the Fire God Temple, located near the Shichahai in central Beijing, is a prominent Taoist temple of the city.First built during the Ming Dynasty and then rebuilt in 1759 during the Qing Dynasty, the temple is known for one of its gate, which boasts its yellow colored glaze tiles that were granted by the Emperor.

Houhai

Place
Houhai (Chinese: 后海; pinyin: hòuhǎi 'Rear Lake') is a lake and its surrounding neighborhood in Xicheng District of central Beijing, China. Houhai is the largest of the three lakes, along with Qianhai 'Front Lake' and Xihai 'Western Lake', that comprise Shichahai, the collective name for the three northern-most lakes in central Beijing.

Xiancantan

Place
The Xiancantan (Chinese: 先蚕坛), known in English as Altar to the Goddess of Silkworms, is an imperial altar in Beijing, China, similar to the Imperial Ancestral Hall, Xiannongtan (Temple of Agriculture) and the Altar of Earth and Harvests. It is located at the eastern ground of the Beihai Park, a large imperial garden in the city's historical centre.
Route Details

Length

3.2 mi

Elev. Gain

65.6 ft

Est. Steps

7500
Created by
王磊
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