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If you like going to a historical place, this is for you!

Inside the Forbidden City - Documentary Series Trailer
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Operating under the official title of "The Palace Museum," the Forbidden City (also known as the Imperial Palace) has been a place of wonder and mystery for over 500 years.

This massive complex sits on the northern edge of Tiananmen Square at the epicenter of Beijing. Beyond its towering fortifications, you'll find an intricate labyrinth of squares, halls, gates, pavilions, sleeping quarters, and temples. In some of the structures, curated art and historic relics have been placed; however, the greatest achievement is the compound itself. Not-to-be-missed highlights include the Meridian Gate, the Turret, the Antiquarium, and the Imperial Garden.

You must enter the Forbidden City through the Meridian Gate, which is easily reached via the Tian'an men East or Tian'an men West subway stops. The palace welcomes visitors every day from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. from April to October and until 4:30 p.m. from November to March. 

Contact us now and get ready for your next visit in Forbidden City (Imperial Palace)!

 

 

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