Discover Shenyang

Shenyang is the birthplace of the Qing Dynasty, and today the capital of Liaoning Province. The city of Shenyang is quickly growing and expanding, creating an environment where historical importance meets modern convenience.

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    Imperial Palace (Forbidden City)

    Located less than a 10 minutes drive away, the Imperial Palace is one of Shenyang's must see historical sights. Built in 1625, it is the only existing Chinese royal palace outside of Beijing. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is the most popular tourist destination in Shenyang.

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    Northern Tomb(Beiling Park)

    Located in the center of the scenic Beiling Park, the Northern Tomb is the mausoleum of the second Qing emperor Huang Taji and his empress Xiaoduanwen Borjite. Its location in the center of Shenyang's largest park make this a relaxing getaway from the excitement of the city.

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    Eastern Tomb(Dongling Park)

    Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2004, the East Tomb is surrounded by beautiful scenery and sights. The pine forest that surround the area provide a majestic backdrop to this historical sight.

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    Xinle Relic Museum(National AAA Class Scenic Area)

    It was the site of a matriarchy clan during the early Neolithic period dated back to 7200 years ago. The “Woodcarved Bird” is the oldest precious relic unearthed in Shenyang, and it is also the oldest woodcarved art piece in the world. The sculpture at the Shenyang Municipal Government Square mimicked it, which is the symbol of the long history of Shenyang. Hence, the woodcarved bird has become a representative of Shenyang as an ancient cultural city.