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Beijing is China’s second largest city after Shanghai with more than 17 million people. Three styles of architecture predominate in urban Beijing: the traditional architecture of imperial China (the Forbidden City, the Imperial Ancestral Temple and the Temple of Heaven), the “Sino-Sov” style, built between the 1950s and the 1970s, and the modern architecture in the area of the Beijing CBD and Beijing Financial Street. Its art treasures and universities have long made the city a centre of culture and art in China.
The Beijing Capital International Airport is about 20 km northeast of city centre, it is linked to central Beijing by the Airport Expressway and is a roughly 40-minute drive from the city centre during good traffic hours. Prior to the 2008 Olympics, another expressway, the 2nd Airport Expressway, was built to the Airport, as well as a light rail system, which is now connected to the Beijing Subway.