The Forbidden City in Beijing, China is the largest imperial palace and the most significant and best-preserved ancient building complex in the world. Begun in 1406 and completed 1420, it covers an area of 72 hectares (178 acres) and includes 9999 rooms. The palace was the political center of China for 500 years, home of twenty-four emperors during the Ming and Qing dynasties and it has been declared a World Heritage Site. The Forbidden City is an amazing complex of magnificent art and architecture. Stroll through the Outer Court to marvel at wooden and red-painted buildings, luxury pavilions, ornate bridges, and impressive gates—all with their own significance, symbolism and significance. Explore the Inner Court and take in the Hall of Supreme Harmony, the Hall of Preserving Harmony, and the Pavilion of the Rain of Blessing, each room adorned with breathtaking art. A visit to the Forbidden City is a must for any traveler who wishes to learn about China’s ancient history and culture!
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