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Hall of Preserving Harmony (Baohedian), Beijing

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Architectural Building
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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  • Part of the Forbidden City, in this hall the emperor would change his clothes and perform other ceremonies.  more »
  • The last of the three main halls in the outer court, this was where the Emperor rested and changed his clothes before departing for important rites like selecting the Empress or Crown Prince. Later on...  more »
  • Very spacious Palace, each section has the caption label, must take a photo tour and return labels will be aware that that is a tribute to Wang of taken in. This building was on fire and restored in. Read the detailed history label EP-
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