Beijing Emily MASon

Beijing is known as a cradle of humanity. Beijing was established over 3,000 years ago. It was called Jin City before becoming Beijing.
Beijing was the host of the 2008 Summer Olympic Games. The city is being modernized to show the world their rich culture.
There are many religions practiced in Beijing, China. It is said that having free religion in Beijing is difficult. Certain faiths are frowned upon.
The most commonly practiced religions in Beijing are Daoism, Confucianism, Buddhism, Islam, and Christianity.
Temples in Beijing are a common touristic site. Beijing residents go to temples to practice their religion.
Beijing is in the northeastern tip of the North China Plain. Beijing is next to the Xishan and Yanshan mountain ranges.
Beijing consists of six city districts, eight suburban districts, and two rural counties. The total area of Beijing is 16,807.8 km2.
Beijing is bordered by Tianjin and Hebei Province.


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