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Top Things to Do in Beijing (Tianjin), China, from a Cruise Ship - Created by BoostVacations.com Staff

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Great Wall of China - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Great Wall of China is a series of fortifications made of stone, brick, tamped earth, wood, and other materials, generally built along an east-to-west line across the historical northern borders of China in part to protect the Chinese Empire or its prototypical states against intrusions by various nomadic groups or military incursions by various warlike peoples or forces.

Tianjin Eye

Tianjin Eye is a 120-metre (394 ft) tall giant Ferris wheel built above the Yongle Bridge (formerly Chihai Bridge), over the Hai River in Tianjin, China. It is claimed to be the only such wheel to have been constructed over a bridge.

Tianjin Water Park - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Tianjin Water Park ( simplified Chinese: 天津水上公园; traditional Chinese: 天津水上公園; pinyin: Tiānjīn Shuǐshàng Gōngyuán ) is the largest urban park and recreation area in Tianjin, China. The park was formally established in 1951, covering an area of 126.71 hectares. The park is one of Tianjin's leading tourist attractions, and was officially rated a AAAA-level tourist attraction in 2004.

Five Main Avenues

The Five Avenues (五大道; Wǔdàdào; lit. The Five Avenues), Wudadao, Heping, Tianjin (和平区五大道) The Five Avenues (Wudadao) are located in the south of the downtown Tianjin, a parallel street from east to west named under five cities of southwest China, namely Chongqing, Changde, Dali, Munan and Machang.

St. Joseph Cathedral (Tianjin)

St. Joseph Cathedral ( Chinese: 圣若瑟主教座堂; pinyin: Shèng Ruò Sè Zhǔjiào Zuò Táng ), also known as Lao Xikai Catholic Church (Chinese: 老西開堂; pinyin: Lǎo Xikāi Táng ), is a Roman Catholic church located in the central commercial district and original French concession of Tianjin city, China.

Port of Tianjin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tianjin Port handled 500 million tonnes of cargo and 13 million TEU of containers in 2013, making it the world's fourth largest port by throughput tonnage, and the ninth in container throughput. The port trades with more than 600 ports in 180 countries and territories around the world.

Tianjin University - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Peiyang University-Tianjin University contributes greatly to the Chinese higher education. In its early days, undergraduates had the right to directly pursue graduate study at Harvard or Yale without any entrance exams. Its Law School, which is the first (and also the best at that time) Law School in modern China, was merged into Peking University and gave Peking University a fresh new start.

Nankai University

Nankai University ( NKU; simplified Chinese: 南开大学; traditional Chinese: 南開大學; pinyin: Nánkāi Dàxué ), commonly known as Nankai, is a public research university based in Tianjin on mainland China. Founded in 1919 by educators Zhang Boling (1876-1951) and Yan Fansun (1860-1920), Nankai University is a member of the Nankai serial schools.

Porcelain House - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Porcelain House ( Chinese: 瓷房子), also known as China house, is a contemporary museum of pottery and antiques in Tianjin, China. The museum is located in a historical colonial building, which has been radically re-decorated by its present owner, Zhang Lianzhi, using copious amounts of broken porcelain. The site is a tourist attraction.

People's Park (Tianjin)

People's Park ( Chinese: 人民公园; pinyin: Rénmín Gōngyuán ) is an urban public park and Qing-era Chinese garden in Hexi District in central Tianjin, China. Originally built in 1863 as the private Rong Garden (荣园), it was donated to the state and opened to the public in 1951.

Tianjin Olympic Center Stadium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Tianjin Olympic Center Stadium ( simplified Chinese: 天津奥林匹克中心体育场; traditional Chinese: 天津奧林匹克中心體育場; pinyin: Tiānjīn Àolínpǐkè Zhōngxīn Tǐyùchǎng ), often colloquially referred to as the Water Drop ( Chinese: 水滴; pinyin: ), is a stadium in Tianjin, China. Construction started in August 2003 and was completed in August 2007.

Tianjin Museum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Tianjin Museum has an extensive collection of ancient Chinese fine arts and exhibits on Tianjin's history. There are nearly 200,000 collections of art and relics, including calligraphy, paintings, bronzeware, ceramics, jadeware, seals, inkstone, Jiagu (bones or tortoise shells with inscriptions of the Shang Dynasty), coins, historic documents and relics of modern times.

Tianjin Tuanbo Football Stadium

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Tianjin Tuanbo Football Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Tianjin, China. It is currently used mostly for football matches and hosts the hom matches of Tianjin Songjiang F.C. of the China League One. The stadium holds 30,320 spectators and opened in 2012.

Temple of Confucius

A Temple of Confucius or Confucian temple ( simplified Chinese: 孔庙; traditional Chinese: 孔廟; pinyin: ) is a temple devoted to the memory of Confucius and the sages and philosophers of Confucianism. The largest and oldest Temple of Confucius is found in Confucius' hometown, present-day Qufu in Shandong Province.

Dabei Monastery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The temple houses Tianjin Buddhist Institute and exhibits quite many ancient statues. The Dabei Buddhist Monastery is made up of two parts: old monastery and new monastery. These two parts are also known as the West Temple and the East Temple. The West Temple is the older of the two, built in 1669 during the Qing Dynasty.