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A Crash Course to the Forbidden City
2019年3月6日 星期三 至 31日 星期日
Beijing Exit B, Tiananmen West Subway Station
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价格: ¥160 - 350

A Crash Course to the Forbidden City

价格: ¥160 - 350

A Crash Course to the Forbidden City
2019年3月6日 星期三 至 31日 星期日
Beijing Exit B, Tiananmen West Subway Station
主办方: Beijing Postcards 更多活动

价格: ¥160 - 350

A Crash Course to the Forbidden City

2019年3月6日 星期三 至 31日 星期日 Beijing Exit B, Tiananmen West Subway Station

价格: ¥160 - 350

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2019年3月6日 星期三 至 31日 星期日

Beijing Exit B, Tiananmen West Subway Station Beijing Exit B, Tiananmen West Subway Station
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Note: Please do bring your passport on the day for the entry of the Forbidden City!


During the dynasties the Imperial palace existed only as an idea to most people. It was the root of power. A mysterious presence that balanced heaven and earth. Present yet concealed right in the middle of the Capital. Stories of the castrated eunuch servants , the beautiful concubines and not least the vast amount of treasure in the palace were told all around the empire, but surrounded by a more than 10 meter high wall, no commoner could freely take a glance at the Imperial residence in fact people did not even know what the emperor looked like. This was what earned the palace the name the Forbidden City. Today we can freely enter, hordes of people are everyday moving through the most sacred halls of Imperial China, but what is kept away from us, what we can not readily access is the mindset, the ideas so deeply rooted in the imperial architecture.


“A Crash Course to the Forbidden City” is a humble attempt to unlock the meaning behind the chambers of the palace. In a condensed and hopefully entertaining way. We wish to give you a comprehensive history of the palace from it was built 600 years ago till the last boy-emperor finally left in 1924.

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Beijing Postcards is a company dedicated to Beijing history. Utilizing own historical research and a huge collection of historical photographs, maps and prints. Beijing Postcards goal is to make people relate to the city they live in.