Videos about Palace Museum, China

The Forbidden City 故宫 (Palace Museum), in Ultra HD / 4k

This beautiful Ming dynasty complex (GuGong, 'Old Palace'), which opened in 1420, lies in the heart of Beijing ...

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Bonus films - mostly Beijing, plus a little ShangHai ...

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The Forbidden City 紫禁城 in Ultra HD / 4K

See the architectural marvel that is the Palace Museum in the heart of the blue sky city of BeiJing ...

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A day in Beijing 北京

A liitle jet-lagged, our travelers spend a day in Beijing before setting off for other parts of China.

Places visited : Tian'AnMen Square, the Forbidden City (Palace Museum) plus JingShan and BeiHai parks, all within easy walking distance of each other. Then it is on to DeShengMen to take the bus to BaDaLing Great Wall of China (one can also take a train from Beijing North railway station, near XiZhiMen).

Welcome to the blue sky city ...

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Forbidden City 紫禁城 photo shoot

Beautiful pre-wedding pictures at the Palace Museum in BeiJing ...

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Beautiful Beijing 北京 – the main attractions

The Forbidden City (Palace Museum), the Temple of Heaven, the Summer Palace, the Great Wall (at Badaling), Beihai Park, the Botanical Garden, JingShan Park, the Olympic Park, Qianmen

Welcome to the blue-sky city ...

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Palace Museum dance fun

A morning musical workout at the entrance to the Forbidden City in Beijing ...

A walk around the Forbidden City 紫禁城

The Palace Museum in Beijing  入宮門深似海。北京故宮.

A walk through the beautiful Forbidden City 紫禁城, BeiJing

The nearly one million square meter Palace Museum lies at the heart of Beijing ...

A tour of the Forbidden City 紫禁城 (Palace Museum)

In central Beijing ...

A visit to the Forbidden City 紫禁城 in BeiJing

And JingShan Park. Filmed in early summer, 2012.

The Forbidden City 紫禁城 in BeiJing (slideshow) - video

A film of the Palace Museum by kinabaloo.com ...

The beautiful Forbidden City 紫禁城 in BeiJing

The Palace Museum ...

A look around the Forbidden City 紫禁城 in BeiJing

Filmed in July 2011 Video by Orien Travel http://www.orientravel.pl

A trip to JingShan Park 景山公园 and the Forbidden City 紫禁城, BeiJing

JingShan Park lies immediately north of the Forbidden City (Palace Museum).

The first courtyard of the Forbidden City 紫禁城

Filmed in the summer of 2010.

Forbidden City 紫禁城 scenes, BeiJing - video

Views of the Palace Museum ...

The Forbidden City 紫禁城 in BeiJing

A documentary by CCTV. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Forbidden City 紫禁城 (Palace Museum), BeiJing - video

The Forbidden City,at the center of the ancient city of Beijing, was home to 24 emperors during the Ming and Qing dynasties. Today, the Forbidden City is a public museum and World Heritage site, attracting millions of tourists from around the world. In the early 1400s, the third Ming Emperor, YongLe, moved the capital of China to Beijing. In 1406, he began construction of a new 'Forbidden City' that would include the imperial palace complex. It took 14 years to complete - and an estimated one million workers, and 100,000 artisans, were involved in some way. Now officially renamed as the 'Palace Museum' ('GuGong' in Chinese, meaning simply 'Old Palace'), the extensive grounds of the Forbidden City cover 720,000 square meters (74 Hectares). There are 800 buildings that have in total about 9,000 rooms. Indeed, the Forbidden City is listed by UNESCO as the largest collection of preserved ancient wooden structures in the world, and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1987. The Forbidden City is located directly to the north of Tian'AnMen Square and is accessible from the square via Tian'AnMen Gate. The Palace Museum is now a fantastic place to wander and dream of times gone by. White marble, walls of terra-cotta, roofs of glazed golden tiles, and woodwork finished with vermillion paint, lacquer and gilding unite to create an effect of outstanding beauty. Nearest subway stations: Tian'AnMen Xi or Tian'AnMen Dong (line 1).

The Forbidden City 紫禁城, BeiJing ~ seven scenes - video

Filmed in October 2010.

Outside the Forbidden City, BeiJing 北京

TianAnMen, Meridian Gate (WuMen) and the Palace Moat.

The Palace Museum (Forbidden City), Beijing - video

An introductory video by the Palace Museum. Established in 1925, the Palace Museum encompasses the former imperial palace of two consecutive dynasties - the Ming (1368-1644) and the Qing (1644-1911). The magnificent architecture, and the vast collections of paintings, calligraphy, ceramics and decorative objects make it one of the most prestigious museums in the world. In 1961 the imperial palace was designated by the State Council as one of China's foremost-protected cultural heritage places, and in 1987 it was made a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Forbidden City scenes - video

Filmed in June 2010.

An introduction to the Forbidden City, Beijing - video

Formally known now as the Palace Museum. Established in 1925, the Palace Museum comprises the primary imperial palace of two consecutive dynasties - the Ming (1368-1644) and the Qing (1644-1911). The magnificent architecture, and the vast collections of imperial paintings, calligraphy, ceramics and decorative objects, make it one of the most prestigious museums in China - and, indeed, the world. In 1961 the imperial palace was designated by the State Council as one of China's foremost cultural heritage sites, and in 1987 it was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

A visit to the Forbidden City 紫禁城, BeiJing - video

Filmed in summer 2009.

Scenes from around the Forbidden City, BeiJing 北京

Filmed at the end of November 2009.

Three highlights of central BeiJing 北京

Includes TianAnMen Square, the Forbidden City (Palace Museum) and the Temple of Heaven. Video by LimeWave.com, which has photos and videos for a number of places around the world.

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