known as the Forbidden City. Palace Ming and Qing dynasties,
China 's largest and most complete extant ancient buildings.
1988 by UNESCO as "World Cultural Heritage." Forbidden
City covers an area of 720,000 square meters, building 9999
half, building area of 155,000 square meters. Is a symmetrical
rectangular style beautiful towering turrets, the wall has
a width of 52 meters surrounded by a moat, the formation of
a castle guarded barriers. Imposing building, luxury magnificent,
is the essence of ancient Chinese architecture.
In accordance with the doctrine of the ancient
Chinese astrology, Ziwei Yuan ( ie Polaris ) is located in transit, has been the home of Heaven, Heaven correspond to the emperor's
residence is also known as the Forbidden City. Third Ming emperor
Zhu Di, after usurping the throne, decided to move the capital
Beijing, which began to build the palace, to the Ming Yongle eighteen
years ( 1420 ) completed. In 1911, a revolution overthrew China's
last feudal monarchy - Qing dynasty, 1924 Johnson emperor Pu Yi
was expelled from the palace. In this 500 years, a total of 24
emperors lived and worked in the country to implement the ruling.
tour to Forbidden City buildings are wooden structures, yellow
glazed tile roof, green Whitehead base, decorated with magnificent
painting. One of the most striking is that the three main hall,
first hall of Supreme Harmony is the most magnificent building,
commonly known as " throne room ", is where emperors held
the ceremony, and in the house of the former emperor to take a break
and exercises ritual ceremony place, Paul Hall and then gives a
dinner for the annual New Year's Eve Outlying kings and emperors.
National Palace Museum, a large quantity of precious cultural relics,
according to statistics a total of 1,052,653 as much as a cultural
one million collectively accounted for 1 / 6 of the total number
of artifacts, many of which are unique treasures. The establishment
of the ancient art galleries, museum treasures, watch parlors in
several palaces, these exquisite works of art people bear to leave.
Cloud Taoist Temple
Center "Water Cube"
Stadium "Bird's Nest"