YuanMingYuan

YuanMingYuan Park, Beijing, China

QiChunYuan

QiChunYuan, the 'Garden of Ten Thousand (i.e. Eternal) Springs' (also known as WangChungYuan) lies in the south. It is the smallest of the three gardens and is where the main (south) gate is located. It was added during Qing Emperor QianLong's reign.

The main gate to the park lies at the south of QiChunYuan, not far north of the north west fourth ringroad and ZhongGuanCun, near TsingHua University.

Outside the entrance there is often a floral display, composed of many thousands of flower pots.

Introduction

Map

Origins and Expansion

Destruction

Reconstruction

QiChunYuan

ChangChunYuan

YuanMingYuan

The Maze

Western Style Palaces

Wild YuanMingYuan

Water-Lillies & Lotus Flowers

Boating

Sunset

Gallery Shop
(prints, tshirts, bags ...)

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