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The Forbidden City, situated in the very heart of beijing wallpapers, was home to 24 emperors of the Ming (1368–1644) and Qing (1644–1911) Dynasties. The construction of the grand palace started in the fourth year of Emperor Yongle of the Ming Dynasty (1406), and ended in 1420. In ancient times, the emperor was said to be a son of Heaven, and therefore Heaven’s supreme power was bestowed upon him. The emperors’ residence on earth was built as a replica of the Purple Palace where God was thought to live in Heaven.

Download Forbidden City Beijing Live Wallpaper from our given resolutions. We have the best collection of beijing wallpapers. In case you don’t find the perfect resolution, you may download the original size or any higher resolution beijing wallpapers which will best fit your screen. ths lwp depict a picture of the famous forbidden city located in beijing china, this establishment is an emperor fortress that symbolize power.

Such a divine place was certainly forbidden to ordinary people and that is why the Forbidden City is so named. beijing wallpapers. Originally called Zijin Cheng (‘Purple Forbidden City’), in China now it is usually called Gugong, the ‘Former/Old Palace’. To represent the supreme power of the emperor given from God, and the place where he lived being the center of the world, all the gates, palace and other structures of the Forbidden City were arranged about the north-south central axis of old beijing wallpapers. we also have other great ancient chinese building ready as lwp for you.

koi pond live wallpaper. Most travelers enter the Forbidden City through Tian’anmen, the Gate of Heavenly Peace. beijing wallpapers. Through the gate, across an expansive brick-paved square, you will reach the main entrance to the palace, Meridian Gate (Wumen in Chinese). Meridian Gate was the place where the Emperor announced the new lunar calendar on the winter solstice. Enter through Meridian Gate, and go across Golden Stream Bridge, then you will arrive at the outer court. The Forbidden City falls into two parts: the outer court and the inner palaces.

The Forbidden City (near Tiananmen Square) was the home of 24 Ming and Qing emperors, their families, and their coterie of eunuchs and servants for 600 years from 1406, when construction began, until 1911, when the Qing dynasty was ousted and the Imperial era ended. Ordinary people were not allowed inside its gates which is why it was called the Forbidden City until 1925 when members of the public entered it for the first time.

Covering 178 acres, the Forbidden City is surrounded by a 52-foot-wide, two-meter-deep moat and a 30-foot-high red wall. Its 800 buildings contain 720,000 square meters of floor space, with 150,000 square meters of building space, and is said to have 9,999 rooms (the number 9 represents longevity), but actually there are only 8,707. Its chambers and storehouses contain 1,052,653 rare and valuable objects that aren’t even displayed. The walls that surround the court are 2,428 meters long. In the Imperial era there was residential quarter outside the walls where courtiers and government officials lived.

The Forbidden City was constructed to project the emperor’s connection to heaven and was designed to be a small model of the cosmos. The imperial north-south axis of Beijing that runs from the Temple of Heaven to the Forbidden City, where the most important buildings lie on the axis and are symmetrically sided by lesser structures. The entire city of Beijing is a series of concentric circles around the Forbidden City. Many Chinese call the Forbidden City “The Great Within.”

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