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One of the great sites of the Forbidden City according to some, however, I was not overly impressed. Its nice and as you're there go and see it (you need the tickets to one of the internal exhibitions as it is in the area with...More
Even the story of the piece of china that broke before the Emperors inspection which in turn has to be replaced with wood (and now is discoloured to the rest of the china) was a nice insight. We were all captivated that includes an 8...More
The Palace Museum/Forbidden City can be a bit overwhelming with crowds, size, and a little monotonous with the similar architecture. Located toward the back of the grounds, this wall was stunning, different, and beautiful. Not to miss on your tour!
Very beautiful carved dragon screen and similar to the one at Beihei Park. You have to pay extra to enter here but it is worth a visit. Great place to take a picture. It was not crowded when we visited, perhaps it was due to...More