Shanghai is larger than Beijing in population, but Beijing is China’s capital. The city was the last of four great capitals of ancient China and has now been the center of the nation’s political heart for the last 8 centuries. With a history such as this and a population of over 21 million, there is obviously a lot of attractions and places to visit in the city as any traveling blog site will tell you. Although some of these attractions cost money to see, there are still plenty of free attractions for those visitors that may be on a budget 7 of the more popular ones are listed below.
1. Tiananmen Square
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