Amazing China in 60 Seconds: Liaoning | Updated: 2022-10-14 14:57
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Northeast China's Liaoning province, located on the coast of the Yellow Sea and the banks of the Bohai Sea, is where the eastern end of China's Great Wall starts and is the only section of the Great Wall that stands on water.

Liaoning is home to six UNESCO world cultural heritage sites, including Shenyang Palace Museum and the Three Tombs of the early Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). 

It has stunning ecological beauty, such as the Dalian Golden Stone Beach and Panjin Red Beach wetlands. Relying on a long coastline, it has formed a number of seaside, island and hot spring tourist resorts. 

Liaoning is the birthplace of China's last feudal dynasty, the Qing Dynasty, and is the hometown of the Manchu people, which contributes to its rich folklore. 

Amazing China in 60 Seconds is a short-video series covering cultural and scenic hotspots across the country.

Footage provided by the culture and tourism bureau of Liaoning

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