Ming Dynasty City Wall Relics Park is located in Dongbianmen Chongwen District. The park ranges from the Southeastern Corner Tower in the east to Chongwen Men in the west. It is a large area of strip-shaped public greenbelt built on the one- kilometer-long ruins of ancient Beijing city walls of Ming dynasty and was open to the public in 2002.
The park covers an area of 15.5 hectares, including 3.3 hectares of city wall site and southeastern corner tower and 12.2 hectares of greenbelt. The whole park can be divided into five-function area including the culture area of the south city wall of old Beijing, modern sculpture park, Dongbianmen Corner Tower exercising and leisure place for citizens, commemorating forest of the city wall tower ruins and the south export and square of the Beijing railway station.