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The Imperial Garden of The Palace Museum, Beijing

Categories: Nature & Parks
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4.2/5 based on 1,700+ reviews on the web
Located at the Imperial City's northernmost point, The Imperial Garden of The Palace Museum was constructed for emperors and their wives to take leisurely strolls through the greenery, to keep fit, read, and relax. Originally built in the 18th century, the garden stretches 140 m (495 ft) from east to west and 80 m (262 ft) from north to south, and it contains the Hall of Imperial Peace made of white marble at its center. Examine the ancient cypress and Chinese wisteria trees as you roam. Observe more than 900 patterns of colorful stone pathways, each depicting a particular figure, scenery, plant, or story. You will need to purchase a ticket to enter the imperial garden. Put The Imperial Garden of The Palace Museum at the forefront of your travel plans using our Beijing vacation trip planner.
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  • a visit to Beijing immerses us, especially by visiting the monumental part of the forbidden city in the history of this country, millennial and even mysterious.
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  • Otherwise, is enjoyed by the Emperor and Empress garden in the forbidden city suddenly and appears green. It's relaxing to sit on a park bench people is impressive. Palace building to overwhelm the people until it was late, so there is this kind of relief was made.
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  • You can tell why the Emperor build this area in his living quarters. The rock wall is interesting and the rest of the garden peaceful (or would be without the tourists!) It is a bit cooler, too. 
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