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The Antiquarium of The Palace Museum

4.7/5
375 Reviews
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High season April 1st - October 31st Tuesday - Sunday 8:30-17:00 (not open on Monday); off season November 1st - the following year March 31st Tuesday - Sunday 8:30-16:30 (Not open on Mondays); statutory holidays are closed on Monday; late arrival time is 16:00 in the peak season and 15:30 in the off-season (Jumbo Pavilion opening hours are synchronized with the Forbidden City)
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1 hour
Address: Inside the Palace Museum, Ningshou Palace, Dongcheng District, Beijing
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Phone: 010-85007938 010-85007421

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The Qing Dynasty was founded by Manchu Mongols, and the Qing Dynasty's royal family had religious beliefs such as Buddhism, Taoism and Shamanism, but mainly Lamaism in Tibetan Buddhism. Religion was a powerful political tool for the Qing government to co-opt Mongolian and Tibetan areas. There were 35 independent Buddhist halls in the Forbidden City. There were a large number of gold Buddha statues.

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Introduction

The Treasure Hall is located in the Ningshou Palace area of ​​the Forbidden City. It is divided into three parts: the Fenjin Temple, the Le Shoutang, and the Yihe Xuan. Qianlong and Cixi once lived here. The collections are rich in treasures, including Buddhist supplies, ornaments, daily-use utensils and treasures. Most of these treasures are made of precious materials such as gold, silver, jade, green, pearls and various precious stones. They are designed and manufactured by famous craftsmen from all over the world. Do not hesitate to work. Among them, the red coral lion, the Dongzhu Chaozhu, the golden "Fengtianzhibao" and so on, are rare treasures.
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