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Cultural Attractions

Dapeng Fortress

Sprawling 110,000 square meters on the shoreline of the district, the fortress is the most complete military fortress of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) in Southeast China.

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Dongjiang Troop's Old Headquarters

The old headquarters of the Dongjiang Troop, which was built in 1912, was opened to the public to commemorate their valiancy and the sacrifices they made.

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Xichong Astronomical Observatory

Fully equipped with astronomical equipment and optimally located, it may be the best place for stargazers to explore the universe in Shenzhen.

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Hesou Ancient Village

Endowed with a natural seaside view and different types of homesteads, it is quieter than the Li River in Guangxi and more mysterious than Gulangyu Island in Xiamen.

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Jiaochangwei

There are many homesteads in the village built in various styles against fearsome seascapes.

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Pengcheng Village

The village is named after a giant mythical bird, called the "peng" in Chinese, which also lends its name to one of Shenzhen's nicknames: Pengcheng, meaning "peng city."

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Xichong Old Fishing Village Community

Some 900 meters behind Xichong Beach hides a time-honored village, Hesou Village, which claims over 1,000 years of history.

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Dongshan Temple

The temple was built in 1394 during the Ming Dynasty.

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Xiantouling Site

Cultural material recovered from Xiantouling in 2006 consists of traces and relics from the Neolithic and Shang periods.

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Fall season arrives

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Dapeng, a peaceful pearl by the sea

OP: Rally Challenge in Dapeng

A date with nature to mark Children’s Day

Views of Baguang Village