Sites of Bohai Regime is located in the Jingpo Lake Scenic Area in Mudanjiang City,Heilongjiang Province. It includes many historical sites of Bohai Regime. Two most famous ones are Shangjing Longquanfu and Xinglong Temple.
Shangjing Longquanfu: It is an imperial city patterned on Chang’an City, the capital of Tang Dynasty (618 – 907 AD) and today's Xian City. It comprises outer city, inner city and imperial palaces. So far, the city walls and the main buildings of the imperial palaces have been preserved intact. Dae Jo-yeong, the leader of the Sumo-Mohe Tribe, established the Jin State in Dunhua City of Jilin Province in 698. In 755, his successor moved the capital to Shangjing Longquanfu.
Xinglong Temple: Standing to the northeast of the lake, Xinglong Temple houses several valuable cultural relics of Bohai Regime. The most famous one is the Stone Lamp Tower, a Buddhist stone carving that embodies the architectural styles and stone carving techniques of Tang Dynasty and Bohai Regime.