stock photos
  licensing   site info   home     home > china > Beijing > #6060



Hall of Preserving Harmony Rear, Forbidden City, China (#6060)

Hall of Preserving Harmony Rear, Forbidden City, China
this photo is in these categories: reset photo
by image number
previous: 6059 next: 6061

license this photo:
web use
copyright © 2004 Chris Gregerson. Available format: 6 megapixel (3072 x 2048 total resolution)
picture date: 2004-10-07


This is the back of the building known as the The Hall of Preserving Harmony (BaoHeDian). It served various purposes in each dynasty. During the Ming Dynasty, for instance, it was used by emperors as a place to practice their speeches, change their clothes, or for ceremonies such as the conferring of the title Empress or Crown Prince. Meanwhile, during the Qing Dynasty, banquets in celebration of a princesss marriage, New Years Even, or to honor officials, were done here. It was also in this building where the emperors would announce the top 10 students who passed the Palace Examination.
2007-01-14 provides quality stock photos for commercial, fine-art, education, and non-profit use, with an emphasis on pictures of the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, China, and the Philippines.

phone at 612-245-4306   email
Chris Gregerson, 150 Green Ave. N., New Richmond, WI 54017 USA

home   |   licensing   |   site info