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Sightseeing in Beijing.

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Sorry I couldn't find the Forbidden City I'll have to check a map later.

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My newly modded interior view for the Carenado Arrow 3.

 

 

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Haha found it! Great scenery by Samscene that I just purchased.

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Cool tower just down from the forbidden city.

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Fine set !

cheers 😉

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Grand set of shots Todd . 

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