Four years of light and shadow circulation, five years of prosperity…… 古宫新事 the fifth episode will be released soon. We will go to the annual appointment in the 601 year old Forbidden City – Beijing –China – People’s Republic of China , within the Forbidden City the Awaitingly opening renovated –restoration of 養心殿Hall of Yangxin to witness the new stories in the Hall of Yangxin during this year. Stay tuned on December 17th 2021 in which currently it has been undergoing a massive restoration in the year 3rd September 2018 in which before After two years of preparation, renovation of The Hall of Mental Cultivation was officially kicked off with a ceremony held on Monday in the Palace Museum, which is housed within the Forbidden City
The Hall of Mental Cultivation (Yangxin dian) was built in 1537 and rebuilt during the Qing emperor Yongzheng’s reign (1723-1735). The “I”-shaped buildings are divided into two parts – the front halls and the rear halls. The chamber was moved to the rear halls after the emperor Yongzheng Originally used a Residence of the emperor, governance, administration
The Hall of Yangxin is about 94.8 meters long from north to south and 81.3 meters wide from east to west, covering an area of about 7707 square meters. The Hall of Yangxin is an I-shaped hall. The front hall is three rooms wide, 36m wide, 3 rooms deep, and 12m deep. The yellow glazed tiles rest on the top of the mountain , the Ming and Xici indirect rolling sheds embrace the building.
The Hall of Mental Cultivation (Yangxin dian) was built in 1537 and rebuilt during the Qing emperor Yongzheng’s reign (1723-1735). The “I”-shaped buildings are divided into two parts – the front halls and the rear halls. The chamber was moved to the rear halls after the emperor Yongzheng. The central rooms and the west rooms of the front halls were changed into the place where emperor handled the state routine affairs, reviewed memoranda and received his officials.
The east room was the place where the empress dowagers Cixi and Cian took charge of the state affairs behind a screen when the emperors Tongzhi and Guangxu were in their childhood. The Qing last emperor Puyi (r. 1909-1911) convinced the “presence meeting” and made the decision to give up the throne after the revolution of 1911 broke out.
Imagines visuals credit are from the Forbidden city –Imperial Palace –Beijing – China- People’s Republic of China… also from their respectives from the Series Weibo北京卫视上新了故宫 Treasures in the Forbidden City…