Palace Museum Forbidden city

The largest Palace complex in the world. The main Palace of the emperors of China in the period of the XV-XX centuries. Area 720 000 sqm Built in 1420.
Today, the national Palace Museum. Listed since 1987 in the UNESCO list, becoming the first facility of China, which was classified as world heritage. Here to store a wide collection of various works of art, which gathered the emperors Zinck and Minsk. Total of nearly 1.17 million units.
Address: , Beijing
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  • MyPlanIt - China Travel App, 15-06-2014

    Hungry after touring the Forbidden City? Across Tiananmen Square are two great restaurants: Capital M for Aussie-western food and Lost Heaven for creative Yunnan cuisine. Ignore the touts outside!

  • The Most Interesting Man in the World, 25-01-2014

    Out of the three cities I am forbidden to enter, this is not one of them.

  • Tyler, 20-03-2013

    Don't go to the hall of drums. It's a hallway with 10 slightly rounded rocks. Worst museum exhibit ever.

  • The Telegraph, 08-01-2013

    Built during the Ming Dynasty, the Forbidden City's crimson pavilions will take a couple of hours to walk around at least. Climb up the hill at Jingshan Park for a good view of the city.

  • Dyg., 16-12-2012

    Be prepared to walk around and train your stamina. Done that during summer and it was horror and exhausted after that.

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