Visit Liaoning

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The Liaoning Province of China is located on the north-eastern edge of the country and borders North Korea. It has a long history, having once been home to many different ethnic groups. This province offers tourists many places to explore, including Kaiping City and Dalian City.

Kaiping City takes visitors back in time with its ancient architecture and ancient villages preserved from China's Ming Dynasty over 500 years ago. Dalian City is known as the "Oriental Pearl" for its modern cityscape alongside beautiful yellow beaches.

For culture enthusiasts, Liaoning also offers important historical sites such as Mukden Palace, which was once home to the royal Manchu family who ruled during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1912). Another interesting historical fact about Liaoning is that it was one of Japan's key invasion territories during World War II before it was eventually recaptured by Chinese forces in 1945.