【参考译文】The Summer Palace, located in Haidian District, northwest Beijing, is about 15km from the city proper. It was built during the Qianlong Reign in the Qing Dynasty (1750-1764) with Kongming Lake and Wanshou Mountain as its basic layout and the West Lake landscape as its blueprint, together with some design methods and atmosphere from Jiangnan landscaped gardens. It is a masterpiece of natural gardening with mountains and water as well as the best preserved rural palace with an area of about 290 hectares. The Summer Palace was included in the World Heritage List in November 1998.
【参考译文】The Temple of Heaven is located in south Beijing on the east of Yongdingmen Street in Dongcheng District with an area of about 2,730,000 square meters. It was built in the Reign of Yongle in the Ming Dynasty (1420) and rebuilt in the Reign of Qianlong and Guangxu in the Qing Dynasty. Here the emperors of the Ming and Qing Dynasties as interlocutors between humankind and the celestial realm offered sacrifices to heaven and prayed for bumper harvests. Temple of Heaven is a collective term for Huanqiu Temple and Qigu Temple. The area is surrounded by a double-walled enclosure which forms two temples inside and out. The south part of the wall is square and the north round, which represents earth and heaven. The Temple of Heaven was listed as a World Heritage Site in 1998.
【参考译文】The Wuyi Mountains, and "Mount Wuyi" in general, is located on the boarder of Jiangxi Province and Fujian Province a length of about 550km. The Wuyishan National Scenic Area, "Mount Wuyi" in a narrow sense, is situated in the center of Wuyishan City, Fujian Province with distinctive Danxia land formations. Mount Wuyi was listed as a World Cultural and Natural Heritage Site.