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Beijing Olympic Park attraction 奥林匹克公园景点 (703)
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奥林匹克公园景点:

      奥林匹克公园主要景点:

      1、国家体育场(鸟巢),位于奥林匹克公园中心区南部中轴线东侧。

      2、国家游泳中心(水立方),位于中轴线西侧与鸟巢遥相呼应。

      3、下沉花园,位于奥林匹克公园中心区地下9米的下沉花园,其两侧是大型购物中心和地铁的出入口,长达700米的空间由7个庭院串联而成。

      4、森林公园,奥林匹克森林公园贯穿北京南北中轴线北端,位于奥林匹克公园的北区,是目前北京市规划建设中最大的城市花园。

      5、北顶娘娘庙,建于明代,是北京著名的“五顶八庙”中五顶之一。位于北京中轴线北延伸线的北端,是北京北端的标志性建筑。

      6、中国科学技术官,国家4A级景区,全国爱国主义教育示范基地,全国青少年科普教育基地,是国家综合性科技馆。

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