Beijing’s Architectural history spans several centuries and reflects a blend of traditional Chinese architecture and more modern styles. Notable examples of traditional architecture in Beijing include the Forbidden City, Summer Palace, and Temple of Heaven. In recent years, Beijing has become a hub for modern and innovative architecture, with many new buildings designed by renowned architects from around the world. Some examples of modern architecture in Beijing include the National Stadium (Bird’s Nest), CCTV Headquarters, and the Beijing Daxing International Airport.