The Palace Museum bronze lions

Forbidden City in central Beijing, formerly known as the Forbidden City.Ming and Qing dynasties Palace, unparalleled masterpieces of ancient architecture, the world's largest existing, most complete ancient buildings.First known as the world's top five Palace (Beijing Forbidden City, the Palace of Versailles in France, Buckingham Palace, the White House, the Kremlin, Russia). The Forbidden City was built during the Yongle (1406), basically completed in 1420, the Ming emperor Zhu Di was founded. Forbidden City north to south and 961 meters, 753 meters wide from east to west, with an area of approximately 725,000 square meters. Construction area of ​​155,000 square meters. According to legend, the Forbidden City, a total of 9999.5 According to the actual 1973 expert on-site measuring Forbidden City Rooms 9999.5, was done metaphor to say that a person begins at birth to live every day to live in a house, do not repeat, you want to live to 27 years old before they can come out. Miyagi is surrounded by 12 meters high and 3400 meters long by a wall in the form of a rectangular city, surrounded by 52-meter-wide moat wall, forming a fortified castle barriers.Forbidden City palace building is a wooden structure, yellow glazed tile roof, green Whitehead base, decorated with magnificent painting. Forbidden City has four doors, the name of the main entrance of the Meridian Gate, East Gate name Dong Hua Men, name Simon West Gate, North Gate Shenwu Men.

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