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Highlights in China
- Holidays in the city, in the country or by the sea
- 6,000 km long Great Wall of China
- Skyline of Chongqing
- UNESCO World Cultural Heritage stone sculptures at Dazu
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In the huge country China you will find tens of thousands of apartments and apartments. Most of them can be found in the country's cities, such as Beijing, Nanjing, Shanghai or Qingdao. From such an accommodation all sights and shopping possibilities can be reached very well. In addition, you can rent a vacation rental in a rural location or directly on the South Chinese, East Chinese or Yellow Sea.
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Location and orientation
The People's Republic of China is a country in Asia that lies between Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, Nepal, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam and borders Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan to the west and Russia, Mongolia and North Korea to the north. The country consists of six regions and numerous provinces and the two special administrative zones Hong Kong and Macau.
The word China is a western word creation. The proper designation, which has been used since the 1st millennium BC, is "Zhong Guo", which translated means "empire of the middle".
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The Great Wall of China is a building that has changed over the centuries. The total length of the wall is around 6,000 kilometres, although it should be noted that researchers have not yet discovered and measured all the sections. Parts of the wall are extensive defences, while others are simple earth walls. You may visit some parts of the Great Wall of China as a tourist.2. The largest city in the world
With around 32 million inhabitants spread over an area as large as Belgium, Chongqing is known as the largest city in the world. The flair of Chongqing resembles a French satellite town. Numerous neon signs shine here at night and the unique skyscraper scenery impresses during the day.3. Admire thousands of stone sculptures
About 100 kilometres away from Chongqing, near Dazu, you will find the famous stone sculptures, which today are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The sculptures were carved from the rock faces of various mountains and mostly in the form of murals. The first ones date from around 650, but most of them were made by the Buddhist monk Zhao Zhifeng, who participated in the stonemasonry in the 12th century until his death.
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