Forbidden City, Beijing
you can see the ching dynasty is luxury life and adore how significient it is......
by the way do not forget to take photo
The Forbidden City, the biggest and best preserved cluster of ancient buildings in China. Every traveller shouldn't want to miss this place.
The Chinese Emperor of the Tsing Dynasty. Don't be mistaken! No, it is not a photograph of Weeklygo. LOL!
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The grand residence of emperors and scholars in the past. The setting for Bernado Bertolucci's epic The Last Emperor. The Forbidden City overwhelms the senses in its sheer size.
Of course, you'll visit the Forbidden City when you're there. Spring for the translation - there's so much to see and so many details, you don't want to miss anything.
Don't miss this one. Once again it's about temples and the like, but bearing in mind this is the place where the last emperor has been held during his entire childhood makes it even more amazing.
This is me inside the forbidden city. A very nice area (not too overcrowded by tourist during wintertime) with alot of old Chinese houses
Forbidden City has a very impressive architecture
From 1421 to 1924, twenty-four Chinese emperors lived here. It must be difficult to imagine what life was like for them to live in this amazing city.
CONTINUE THE FORBBIDEN CITY..... A permanent restoration squad take about 10 years to renovate its 720.000 square meters, 800 buildings and 9999 rooms.
During important ceremonies presided over by the emperor, guards of honor lined up on the square between the Meridian Gate and the Gate of Supreme Harmony, the largest square in the palace complex.
Did you know it's part of the UNESCO World Heritage?