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  • Forbidden City - Wikipedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forbidden_City

    The Forbidden City was the Chinese imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing dynasty—the years 1420 to 1912. It is in the center of Beijing, ...

  • China's Forbidden City - ThoughtCo

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    The Forbidden City's outer gates, Beijing. Tom Bonaventure via Getty Images It can be easy to assume that the Forbidden City, that marvelous complex of ...

  • History of the Forbidden City - Wikipedia

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    The history of the Forbidden City begins in the 15th century when it was built as the palace of the Ming emperors of China. It is located in the centre of Beijing ...

  • China's Forbidden City forbids selfie sticks - Telegraph

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    China's Forbidden City forbids selfie sticks The Unesco World Heritage Site in Beijing follows in the footsteps of the National Gallery and Wembley Arena ...

  • The Forbidden City — 9999 Rooms for 14 Emperors

    https://www.chinahighlights.com/beijing/forbidden-city

    The Forbidden City is the largest ancient palatial structure in the world, boasting one of the most important five palaces in the world. Go and see by your own eyes.

  • China's Forbidden City | Smithsonian Channel

    www.smithsonianchannel.com/shows/chinas-forbidden-city/735

    China's Forbidden City. In the heart of Beijing lies the largest palace in the world, The Forbidden City. For five hundred years, it served as the home of the ...

  • Forbidden City, Beijing, China in HD - YouTube

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    The Forbidden City was the Chinese imperial palace of the Ming Dynasty and the Qing Dynasty (1420-1911, twenty-four emperors). It is also known as the ...

  • Pictures of Forbidden City, Palace Museum Beijing China

    https://www.travelchinaguide.com/picture/beijing/forbidden_city

    Pictures of Beijing Forbidden City (Palace Museum) to show photos of the Meridian Gate, Preserved Harmony Hall, Hall of Supreme Harmony, and other buildings as well ...

  • China's Forbidden City: Centre Of The World ⋆ History Channel

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    CHINA’S FORBIDDEN CITY The Centre of the World PROGRAMME LENGTH 1 hour SCREENING DETAILS Monday 29 February at 9.30am EST/ NZ This program is an overview of the ...

  • Kids History: Forbidden City of Ancient China - ducksters.com

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    Kids learn about the Forbidden City of Ancient China. A giant palace built for the emperor in Beijing city by the Ming Dynasty.

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