Palace of Earthly Tranquility

  • Beijing, China
  • Inside The Palace of Museum, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China 
    The palace is the most northerly of the three main halls of the Forbidden City, which was located Imperial Garden.

    It was built in 1420.

    During the reign of the Ming Dynasty, the palace served as the residence of the Empress. When the Qing Dynasty it was rebuilt. At the end of the eighteenth century the palace was reconstructed again - split it into two parts: the eastern part, which was a wedding room, and the western part, in which are located four rooms for prayer.

    The palace has a height of twenty-two meters. It consists of nine bays wide and five bays deep. The palace has dvuhskhіlny roof and a number of lateral extensions.
    • attractions
      • Parks and Gardens

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