Author Ding Haixiu
Publisher • China Travel &Tourism Press
Language English & Chinese
Page material gelatine plate paper
Forbidden City (故宫) is the largest palace complex and one of the most dazzling architectural masterpieces in the world. This compound, 960-meter long from north to south and 750-meter wide from east to west, is surrounded by 8-meter high walls, and a 6-meter deep, 52-meter wide moat. It covers 74 hectares and contains immense courtyards, terraces, and magnificent buildings with golden roofs, red columns and green, red and yellow facings.
Located at the heart of Beijing, the Imperial Palace is also known as "the Forbidden City", because, for more than five hundred years, it was completely off limits to all but the emperors of China, their families and their servants. Twenty-four emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties (1368-1911 AD) chose this place as the Royal Palace. The palace has now been turned into "the Palace Museum". The building complex is listed by UNESCO as "World Cultural Heritage" site.
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