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Hall of Preserving Harmony (Baohedian), Beijing

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.5/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
The Hall of Preserving Harmony is one of the three halls of the Outer Court of the Forbidden City in Beijing, China, along with the Hall of Supreme Harmony and Hall of Central Harmony. Rectangular in plan, the Hall of Preserving Harmony is similar to, but smaller in scale than, the Hall of Supreme Harmony. It was used for rehearsing ceremonies, and was also the site of the final stage of the Imperial examination. Both of these halls also feature imperial thrones, though to a slightly smaller scale than that in the Hall of Supreme Harmony.
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  • Pao is even further behind the Hall of Supreme harmony, and neutralization of large buildings. It is also clean is very good. Here the Emperor appeared on the ritual while changing his clothes, that is. So far out of morning, was the Government.
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  • I think one of the attractions in the forbidden city. Outside the building said "before opening" Hall of Supreme harmony, neutralization, and Pao. People are many was to see the inside, too.
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