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*<see name="Yesanpo" alt="野三坡" address="" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Yesanpo is a burgeoning tourist area, located in Hebei province Laishui County, the total area of 600square kilometers, is a national key scenic area, scenic natural landscape, trees flowers and trees mainly springs cave. Here only 100 kilometers away from Beijing, is in recent years capital rural travel outside of the hot.</see>
 
*<see name="Yesanpo" alt="野三坡" address="" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Yesanpo is a burgeoning tourist area, located in Hebei province Laishui County, the total area of 600square kilometers, is a national key scenic area, scenic natural landscape, trees flowers and trees mainly springs cave. Here only 100 kilometers away from Beijing, is in recent years capital rural travel outside of the hot.</see>
 
*'''Western Qing Tombs''' - (清西陵 ''Qīngxīlíng'') - located in Yi county, these are four imperial tombs from the Qing dynasty.
 
*'''Western Qing Tombs''' - (清西陵 ''Qīngxīlíng'') - located in Yi county, these are four imperial tombs from the Qing dynasty.
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*'''Ruins of Xiadu, the lower capital of Yan''' (燕下都遗址 ''Yàn xiàdū yízhǐ) - located in Yi county, these are ruins of the lower capital of Yan during the Warring States Period (475-221BC). What remains today is a portion of the city wall, about 6.8m high.
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*'''Zijingguan Great Wall''' (紫荆关长城 ''Zǐjīngguān chángchéng'') - located in Yi county (roughly 45km from Yi county's center), this is known as one of the "Three Inner Passes" of the Great Wall, together with Juyongguan Pass and Daomaguan Pass.
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*'''Taoist Stone Column''' (龙兴观道德经幢 ''Lóngxìngguān dàodé jīngchuáng'') - located in Yi county, this stone column inscripted with Taoist morals was built in 738AD and stands at a height of 4.29 meters.
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*'''Wulonggou Great Wall''' (乌龙沟长城 ''Wūlónggōu chángchéng'') - located in Laiyuan county (roughly 37km from Laiyuan county's center), this section of the Great Wall is known for its high density of watchtowers.
 
*'''Painted Tomb of Suoyao village''' (所药村壁画墓 ''Suǒyào cūn bìhuà mù'') - located in Wangdu county, this is a Han dynasty tomb with murals painted inside it.
 
*'''Painted Tomb of Suoyao village''' (所药村壁画墓 ''Suǒyào cūn bìhuà mù'') - located in Wangdu county, this is a Han dynasty tomb with murals painted inside it.
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*'''Tomb of Prince Jing in Zhongshan''' (中山靖王刘胜墓 ''Zhōngshān jìng wángliúshèng mù'') - located in Mancheng county, this is the tomb of a Western Han dynasty prince who was buried with a jade burial suit.
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*'''Zhang Rou Tomb''' (张柔墓 ''Zhāngróu mù'') - located in Mancheng county, this is the tomb of a Yuan dynasty official.
 
*'''Ranzhuang Warfare Tunnels''' (冉庄地道战遗址 ''Rǎnzhuāng dìdàozhàn yízhǐ'') - located in Qingyuan county, these tunnels were built during The Second Sino-Japanese War in the late 1930s and early 1940s. Here the villagers could live underground, undetected by Japanese soldiers.
 
*'''Ranzhuang Warfare Tunnels''' (冉庄地道战遗址 ''Rǎnzhuāng dìdàozhàn yízhǐ'') - located in Qingyuan county, these tunnels were built during The Second Sino-Japanese War in the late 1930s and early 1940s. Here the villagers could live underground, undetected by Japanese soldiers.
 
*'''Daci Pavilion''' (大慈阁 ''Dàcígé'') - located in the city center, this temple dates back to 1227 AD during the Jin Dynasty.
 
*'''Daci Pavilion''' (大慈阁 ''Dàcígé'') - located in the city center, this temple dates back to 1227 AD during the Jin Dynasty.
*'''Wuren Bridge''' (伍仁桥 Wurén qiáo) - located in Anguo city, this arched stone bridge was built in 1598 AD. It is 65 meters long and has little statues on top of the rails.
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*'''Wuren Bridge''' (伍仁桥 ''Wurén qiáo'') - located in Anguo city, this arched stone bridge was built in 1598 AD. It is 65 meters long and has little statues on top of the rails.
 
*'''Cangshan Stone Buddha Hall''' (苍山石佛堂 ''Cāngshān shífótáng'') - located in Fuping county, here are some grottoes of Buddha carved from stone dating from the Sui and Tang dynasties (from 581 to 907 AD).
 
*'''Cangshan Stone Buddha Hall''' (苍山石佛堂 ''Cāngshān shífótáng'') - located in Fuping county, here are some grottoes of Buddha carved from stone dating from the Sui and Tang dynasties (from 581 to 907 AD).
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*'''Beiyue Temple''' (北岳庙 ''Běiyuè miào'') - located in Quyang county, this temple's current structure and murals date to the Tang dynasty, although the site's history goes back further than that.
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*'''Jianci Village Ding Kiln Site Ruins''' (涧磁村定窑遗址 ''Jiàncícūn dìng yáo yízhǐ'') - located in Quyang county, this was the site of kilns making ding ware from the 700s AD to the mid-1300s.
 
*'''Bahui Temple Grotto''' - located in Quyang county, little information is known about this temple aside from it being the only other Buddhist grotto in Baoding.
 
*'''Bahui Temple Grotto''' - located in Quyang county, little information is known about this temple aside from it being the only other Buddhist grotto in Baoding.
  

Revision as of 15:38, 20 April 2017

Baoding (保定; Bǎodìng) is a city in Hebei.

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You can't fly to Baoding. You should fly to Beijing Capital Airport, and then take an Inter-Provincial Bus[1]. And One-way time: 3 hours. Please note the schedule.

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See

  • Yesanpo (野三坡). Yesanpo is a burgeoning tourist area, located in Hebei province Laishui County, the total area of 600square kilometers, is a national key scenic area, scenic natural landscape, trees flowers and trees mainly springs cave. Here only 100 kilometers away from Beijing, is in recent years capital rural travel outside of the hot.
  • Western Qing Tombs - (清西陵 Qīngxīlíng) - located in Yi county, these are four imperial tombs from the Qing dynasty.
  • Ruins of Xiadu, the lower capital of Yan (燕下都遗址 Yàn xiàdū yízhǐ) - located in Yi county, these are ruins of the lower capital of Yan during the Warring States Period (475-221BC). What remains today is a portion of the city wall, about 6.8m high.
  • Zijingguan Great Wall (紫荆关长城 Zǐjīngguān chángchéng) - located in Yi county (roughly 45km from Yi county's center), this is known as one of the "Three Inner Passes" of the Great Wall, together with Juyongguan Pass and Daomaguan Pass.
  • Taoist Stone Column (龙兴观道德经幢 Lóngxìngguān dàodé jīngchuáng) - located in Yi county, this stone column inscripted with Taoist morals was built in 738AD and stands at a height of 4.29 meters.
  • Wulonggou Great Wall (乌龙沟长城 Wūlónggōu chángchéng) - located in Laiyuan county (roughly 37km from Laiyuan county's center), this section of the Great Wall is known for its high density of watchtowers.
  • Painted Tomb of Suoyao village (所药村壁画墓 Suǒyào cūn bìhuà mù) - located in Wangdu county, this is a Han dynasty tomb with murals painted inside it.
  • Tomb of Prince Jing in Zhongshan (中山靖王刘胜墓 Zhōngshān jìng wángliúshèng mù) - located in Mancheng county, this is the tomb of a Western Han dynasty prince who was buried with a jade burial suit.
  • Zhang Rou Tomb (张柔墓 Zhāngróu mù) - located in Mancheng county, this is the tomb of a Yuan dynasty official.
  • Ranzhuang Warfare Tunnels (冉庄地道战遗址 Rǎnzhuāng dìdàozhàn yízhǐ) - located in Qingyuan county, these tunnels were built during The Second Sino-Japanese War in the late 1930s and early 1940s. Here the villagers could live underground, undetected by Japanese soldiers.
  • Daci Pavilion (大慈阁 Dàcígé) - located in the city center, this temple dates back to 1227 AD during the Jin Dynasty.
  • Wuren Bridge (伍仁桥 Wurén qiáo) - located in Anguo city, this arched stone bridge was built in 1598 AD. It is 65 meters long and has little statues on top of the rails.
  • Cangshan Stone Buddha Hall (苍山石佛堂 Cāngshān shífótáng) - located in Fuping county, here are some grottoes of Buddha carved from stone dating from the Sui and Tang dynasties (from 581 to 907 AD).
  • Beiyue Temple (北岳庙 Běiyuè miào) - located in Quyang county, this temple's current structure and murals date to the Tang dynasty, although the site's history goes back further than that.
  • Jianci Village Ding Kiln Site Ruins (涧磁村定窑遗址 Jiàncícūn dìng yáo yízhǐ) - located in Quyang county, this was the site of kilns making ding ware from the 700s AD to the mid-1300s.
  • Bahui Temple Grotto - located in Quyang county, little information is known about this temple aside from it being the only other Buddhist grotto in Baoding.

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