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The Watchtower: Masterpieces of Ancient Chinese Architecture

Watchtower viewed from the distance. One watchtower is located at each corner of the Forbidden City wall. They are exquisitely constructed of 72 interlaced ridges, symbolizing the masterpieces of ancient Chinese architecture.

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Qianqinggong, Qing Dynasty Emperor’s Bedroom

Qianqinggong (Palace of Celestial Purity). This was the emperor and empress’ bedroom in Ming and Qing Dynasty, but also used for day-to-day administration and meeting foreign envoys during Qing Dynasty.

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Beijing – Peking New Olympics City for 2008

Beijing – Peking, New Olympics City for 2008. Beijing, the capital of the People’s Republic of China, stands on the center of politics, economy, communications, science and culture of China. Beijing has the other name Peking, which is a city full of Tourist Spots. Beijing will host the 2008 Olympic Games in August. Welcome to […]

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Beijing – City of Tourist Spots for 2008 Olympic Games

Beijing, the city of the 2008 Olympic Games, the capital of the People’s Republic of China, stands on the center of politics, economy, communications, science and culture of China. Beijing also calls Peking by the western countries. It is a city full of Tourist Spots. Three thousand years ago, Beijing was called Ji, an important town […]

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Forbidden City – Palace Museum of royal palace of China Ming and Qing Dynasties

Forbidden City – The Palace Museum of  the royal palace of China Ming and Qing Dynasties The ancient name of the Palace Museum was “the Forbidden City”. It was the royal palace of Ming and Qing Dynasties. Taihe Hall is one of the three halls in the Palace Museum; together with Zhonghe Hall and Baohe […]

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