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ON ARTIFICIAL TOPOGRAPHY OF SOME NEW PARKS IN BEIJING

Huang Qingxi Liang Yiren  
Many new parks had been established in Beijing since New China founded, and they playing an important part in city life. But some of them, Such as Taoranting Park (the Joyous Pavilion Park) were built up as Sanatary project in the early time, and then became a park. So their topographic features were not natural enough. The main short comings concerning topography of those parks are. The relation between the lakes and the mounds isn't very intimate, Most of the mounds being erected too far from the lake, and the banks of' the lakes are too high from the water surface.Based on investigation we try to discuss some problems along these lines.1. How to reform the topography and make it not only vivid but also tally with natural law.2. How to arrange attractive scenery along waterside, So that it may become valuable part of the park.We, at the same time, presented some suggestion for improving the landscape of those parks.
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