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Last Updated: Thursday March 03 2005 16:53 GMT

In Pictures: Chinese landmarks

The Great Wall of China, one of the best known landmarks in the world. It was first built in 220 BC
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The Great Wall of China, one of the best known landmarks in the world. It was first built in 220 BC
The wall was started by Emperor Qin Shi Huangdi. He was buried with over 8,000 of these lifesize terracotta soldiers when he died
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The wall was started by Emperor Qin Shi Huangdi. He was buried with over 8,000 of these lifesize terracotta soldiers when he died
But China's not just an old country. Here's Hong Kong's busy Victoria Harbour...
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But China's not just an old country. Here's Hong Kong's busy Victoria Harbour...
... And here it is again, lit up for Chinese New Year
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... And here it is again, lit up for Chinese New Year
... And here it is again, lit up for Chinese New Year
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The Forbidden City in Beijing was the home of the Emperor, and is the world's biggest palace
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Here's a floating landmark - a Junk boat in Hong Kong harbour
This is the Summer Palace in Beijing. Built in 1750, it has the world's biggest imperial garden
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This is the Summer Palace in Beijing. Built in 1750, it has the world's biggest imperial garden


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