Xingqing Palace Park is a relatively large city park of Xi'an, and is also an ancient historical and cultural heritage park in China. The opposite of the park is the 100-year-old Xian Jiaotong University. Xingqing Palace is the main place where Xuanzong of the Tang Dynasty went to handle affairs of the state, and also the place where Xuanzong of Tang and Yang Yuhuan lived. After the rebellion of Anshi, it became the residence of the retired emperor. The design of Xingqing Palace Park has both the style of Chinese traditional architectural culture and the characteristics of foreign gardening. The plants in the park are widely cultivated, and the scenery of the four seasons are all different. In particular the various flowers in spring are well shown, attracting many tourists to see.
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In the east of Xi'an, the Xingqing Palace Park opposite Jiaotong University is well known among the people of Xi'an. During the Tang Dynasty, Xingging Palace was one of the three major palaces of Chang'an, along with the Taiji Palace and Daming Palace. Today's Xingqing Palace Park was built on the site of the original Xingqing Palace. There are tall buildings such as Longtang, Changqingxuan, Shenxiang Pavilion, Huayuan Xianghui Building and Qinzheng Office. It is surrounded by Longchi, clean and beautiful. I remember when I was a child, I lived nearby. The most popular place to visit is Xingqing Park. For decades, there seems to be no major change here. It stands quietly in the corner of Chang'an City.
In the east of Xi'an, the Xingqing Palace Park opposite Jiaotong University is familiar to Xi'an people. During the Tang Dynasty, it was once one of the three major palaces of Chang'an, including the Taiji Palace, Daming Palace and Xingqing Palace. Today's Xingqing Palace Park was built on the site of the original Xingqing Palace. There are tall buildings such as Longtang, Changqingxuan, Shenxiang Pavilion, Huayuan Xianghui Building and Qinzheng Office. It is surrounded by Longchi, clean and beautiful. I remember when I was a child, I lived nearby. The most popular place to visit is Xingqing Park. For decades, there seems to be no major change here. It stands quietly in the corner of Chang'an City. According to legend, in the Longchi, there have been a large number of cryptic plants with lotus flowers, water chestnuts and various algae. The south bank of the pool also has a hangover drunkenness that can be hangover. Xingqing Palace Park is the oldest historical and cultural heritage park in China. It is adjacent to the 100-year-old Xi'an Jiaotong University and is the largest urban park in Xi'an. It was originally the residence of Emperor Xuanzong Li Longji in the time of Shen Yu and his brother. Li Longji said that the emperor was expanded into a palace, and now it has become a back garden for the residents to come to relax after a meal. The lake surface of Xingqing Palace is very large, with 150 acres. It is a very pleasant thing to go boating on the lake in spring and summer. With the development of history, Xingqing Palace, like Daming Palace and Taiji Palace, were completely destroyed. In the later construction, there were some palace buildings and Tang Feng's charm. Every spring, there will be various flower exhibitions. For Xian people, Xingqing Palace is not the best, but it must be the most affectionate. Every day, come here for a walk, blowing hair, for those who love to think about ancient times. For people, this one has a special feeling.
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When I went to Xingqing Palace to enjoy the tulip, I was able to complete the spring. In the spring of Xingqing Palace, the willows spit green and the flowers bloom. In Xingqing Palace, there is an area where tulips are planted. By the end of March, red, pink and yellow tulips have been opened, attracting visitors to stop and enjoy photography.