A Monumental UNESCO

A Monumental UNESCO

A Monumental UNESCO

A Monumental UNESCO

A Monumental UNESCO Heritage Site – The Forbidden City
The Chinese imperial city of the Ming Dynasty is recognized as the World’s Heritage. Forbidden City stretches from the west bank of the Huangpud River to the East River. The city consists of the President House, the Great Hall, and the Forbidden Gardens. It is considered as a National Scenic Area and a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. สล็อตเว็บตรง

The Forbidden City is surrounded by 38 large walls, decorated with gothic and renaissance styles. Hundreds of temples, palaces and palaces of the Ming and Qing Dynasties are admired from different sides. The Forbidden Gardens are in the center of the city and considered as the heart of the nation. It includes the Temple of the Golden Buddha, the Temple of the Three Immortals and the Doves, protected under the one roof. Numerous amounts of gold and silver, antiques, Chinese pearls, Shanghai silk and Beijing cloth are displayed in the gardens.

The President House is considered as the symbol of the Chinese nation and the centre of the political, administrative, and military power. The house was established in the beginning of the Ming dynasty and has a total of 37 rooms. TwoSecret Chambers and six Legislative Assemblies with the proper seats are also in the Forbidden City.

Great Hall was built in the beginning of the X century at the northern end of the Forbidden City. The Hall is theacted as the hub of all internal affairs. It is made up of a series of halls, courtyards and palaces. The zigzag layout reproduces the historical buildings and villas of the Ming and Qing Dynasties, thus, creating a unique building with a historical and cultural significance.

It has a total of 452 rooms and two palaces, the former Qing masterpieces including the Hall of Captured Grace, the Hall of Three Immortals, the Imperial Vault of Heaven, the Temple of Heaven, and the Hall of Captured Grace, and the northern side of the Mutianyu Ming style with a total of 34 rooms and 12 pavilions.

Pavilions is the northern end of the Hall of Captured Grace, a pavilion that was built to serve the interests of the Prince Gong and his consort, the former Princess Wencheng. It is decorated with gold leaf paying homage to the Prince and his immortal wife, the beautiful Wencheng.

To the south-west lie the Heaven Palace and the Palace of the Three Immortals, they are renowned as the royal palaces of the Ming and Qing dynasties. The Hall of Heaven is a large square with an open square platform on which the architectural complex is built. The hall is in fact a concave bowl in the orientation, and its walls were made with copper. There is a stone arch in the hall used for the ceremonies. In recent years, the Hall of the Heaven Palace and the Palace of the Three Immortals were damaged by earthquakes, and many of their beautiful arrays of statues were lost.

Roulette Hall is the finest example of the classic Ming architecture, with its wall socketed into thetyard, and double walled courtyard.

In the courtyard, a stone pavilion has been built, its walls decorated with beautiful wall and sleeve trees. In the hall, a golden welcomes here, with jade leaves covering the entrance. The table of the clan was built in the 11th century, and here the secret of the basket was kept.

From the pavilion, there is a view of the stone forest, and on top of the forest can be seen the panorama of the Hong Kong and Kowloon in the distance.

A Monumental UNESCO