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Exploring Chairman Mao Memorial Hall

Commonly known as the Mausoleum of Mao Zedong, the Memorial Hall is dedicated to the leader Mao Zedong. Inside of the memorial hall is located the coffin of Chairman Mao Zedong, the founder of the People’s Republic of China.

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Sightseeing near Chairman Mao Memorial Hall

Beijing will occupy any visitor’s itinerary for days with its sheer number of ancient and modern sights, some of which span vast areas. Visitors should find it easy to fill up their schedules with all kinds of interesting outings.

- National Museum of China

Located to the east of Tiananmen Square, the museum's mission is to educate about the arts and history of China. Together with the Great Hall of the People, The National Museum of China was also amongamong the "Ten Great Constructions" completed for the 10th birthday of the PRC. Ancient China and The Road to Rejuvenation are the main basic exhibitions showing thousands of historic materials from Yuanmou Man about 1,700,000 years ago to the abdication of the Qing Emperor in 1912. There are a total of 48 exhibition halls all showing China's rich history through time.

- Great Hall of the People

It is where the National People's Congress is held and also where state leaders hold diplomatic meetings and the masses stage political activities. This enormous building is open to the public when the national conference is not in session, and visitors are shown a selection of areas during their visit tour.

Transportation near Chairman Mao Memorial Hall

Beijing is massive but well covered by buses, taxis and a subway system. The subway is better than buses and cheap although it is fairly old. Buses cover more of the city but are crowded and uncomfortable, while taxis have standard meter charges and are a good deal.