The Temple of Heaven was built in 1420 in Beijing and covers almost 30,000,000 square feet, making it the "largest architectural complex in the world for rituals to pay homage to heaven." The Temple of Heaven was a major place of worship for both the Ming and Qing dynasties. During worship, "the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties would worship the god of heaven and pray for a good harvest." The temple is well-known as a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its astounding history
and importance, immense size and shockingly gorgeous architectural design. Tiananmen Square is another popular tourist attraction in Beijing, infamous for the awful Tiananmen Square massacre that took place in 1989 - a massacre executed by the Chinese government against almost a million democratic Chinese protestors.
See the photographs of my visit to The Temple of Heaven and Tiananmen Square below: