Attractions from Guangzhou

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Guangdong Museum (Guangzhou)
Guangdong resides in the temple of the Chen family's ancestors, and the more than 100-year-old temple is today the largest, most decorated and well-preserved of its kind in the Guangdong province. The temple has nine buildings and six gardens and is famous for its exhibition of art works.
The Mausoleum of the King of Nanyues (Guangzhou)
The tomb of the King of Nanyues was discovered in 1983. It is almost 2,000 years old and the oldest of its kind ever found south of The Five Ridges. In the museum more than 1,000 burial artifacts, found in the tomb, can be seen.
The Temple of the Six Banyan Trees (Guangzhou)
This beautiful Buddhist temple was built in 537 and is 57 metres high. Inside the temple are three Buddhist cobber statues, which are the biggest in the province. Seen from the outside, the temple has nine levels, but on the inside it has seventeen.

Area and city attractions

• Beijing
• Guangzhou
• Harbin
• Shanghai
• Sian
• Guilin
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