The ancient Chinese royal palace is a model of the combination of ancient Chinese architectural technology and garden art. As a symbol of ancient imperial power, it is well-regulated, majestic, and interesting, representing the high level of ancient Chinese construction skills.
Peaks and outstanding artistic achievements, traditional Chinese cultural symbols and the philosophy of harmony between man and nature are permeated in it. The relatively
well-preserved ancient royal palace complexes in China include: the Forbidden City in Beijing, the Forbidden City in Shenyang, the Temple of Heaven in Beijing, the Summer Palace, and the Chengde Mountain Resort in Hebei. Imperial Palaces of Ming and Qing Dynasties (Beijing Forbidden City and Shenyang Forbidden City), Collection Calendar
It is a masterpiece of modern palace architecture, with rigorous spatial layout and majestic art form; Beijing Temple of Heaven complex is a treasure of Chinese ritual and sacrificial buildings;
It can be called the essence of ancient Chinese gardens and has been included in the "World Heritage List" by UNESCO.
In addition, there are Jingshan, Beihai, Yuanmingyuan, Xiangshan and other ancient royal gardens in Beijing with their own characteristics, which are beautifully constructed and uniquely crafted. This
photo exhibition shows the layout, single structure, decoration details, architectural colors, garden landscape and other characteristics of ancient royal palaces. It captures the beauty of the four seasons and the beauty of artistic conception with the lens, so that viewers can encounter and touch traditional
Chinese culture from different perspectives. The beauty of ancient Chinese royal palaces.