To the east of the Seventeen-Arch Bridge of the Summer Palace, stands a gilt bronze ox cast in 1755.
Known as the Yuanmingyuan Park, the ruins of the old Summer Palace are a memory of one of the most beautiful palaces in China.
The sun has gradually gone down; the undulating West Hill seems more dignified and dark. During the festival period, the Summer Palace is as brightly lit as in daylight.
The Summer Palace, one of the finest examples of garden architecture in China, is in the northwest suburbs of Beijing.
Situated in the northwest of Beijing City, the Summer Palace is the largest and most well-preserved royal park in China.