The BeiJing Botanical Gardens 北京植物园

At the foot of the Western Hills in west BeiJing lies the large and beautiful Botanical Gardens ...

Also well worth a visit is the nearby XiangShan Park, which is actually on the slopes of the Western Hills, with many scenic spots and quite a climb !

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