Here are some of the most impressive architectural wonders of China
The Forbidden City
The Forbidden City was designed to be the center of the ancient, walled city of Beijing. It is enclosed in a larger, walled area called the Imperial City. The Imperial City is, in turn, enclosed by the Inner City; to its south lies the Outer City. The Forbidden City remains important in the civic scheme of Beijing.
Jilong Castle Country Club
Pyramid Apartment Building in Kunshan
Great Wall of China
Amazing temple in a mountain cave. Guizhou
Guizhou is a mountainous province in southwest China. It’s known for its traditional rural villages, inhabited by minority groups like the Miao and Dong.
Oriental Pearl Tower
Fujian Tulou are unique Chinese rural buildings constructed by the Hakka people from Fujian Province, China. They were mostly built between the 12th and the 20th centuries. They have several stories high and are enclosed by a thick earth wall. One of the main aims, while buildings were constructed, was to provide a defensible living area for the Hakka people. The top-level of Fujian Tulou has gun holes for defensive purposes. The largest ones could have been housing almost 800 people.
Lu Lake Eco-city is in Chengdu
Sun and Moon Twin Pagodas
Qiyi City Forest Garden
Yellow Crane Tower
This is a wooden building of the Shui ethnic group that can be seen in Yingshan Town of Dushan County. The 24-story, 99-meter-high traditional Shui-style wooden building is constructed from fir and pine wood without a single nail.
Guangzhou Circle is a landmark building located in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, China. It is the headquarters of the Hongda Xingye Group and the Guangdong Plastic Exchange, the world’s largest trading centre for raw plastic material with more than €25 billion annual turnover in 2012.