The entrance to the Forbidden City is the main entrance to the Forbidden City, located on the north-south axis of the Forbidden City, with a height of 37.95 meters. It was built in the eighteenth year of Yongle in the Ming Dynasty (1420 years). The entrance to the Moon is located in the middle of the Yangtze River, which is called the Meridian Gate. Since the current president of the Palace Museum took office, the convenience measures of booking online tickets in advance and directly brushing identity cards on the spot have been introduced.
Walking around Donghua Gate or the trail next to Xihua Gate, you can reach the noon gate along the Chengzi River. There are not many tourists on this road, most of them are people who walk around and run. The tall walls and red glazed tiles clearly divide the imperial city from the outside world and are very dignified. Here is the headquarters of the flag guard.
Ha-ha, the most famous sentence - launched the noon gate beheading giggling, arrived at the noon gate is also the entrance of the Palace Museum! __________ Around the noon gate, just outside the Forbidden City, in front of the two halls of culture and martial arts.
(The Meridian Gate), the main entrance to the Forbidden City, lies on the north-south axis of the Forbidden City. This gate is located in the middle of the sun, and it is the meridian, the majestic noon gate. It is like the surroundings of three mountains, the five peaks protruding, and the momentum is magnificent, so it is commonly known as the Wufeng Tower. The noon gate is divided into two parts, the lower part is the pier, 12.00m high, three doors open in the middle, and one Yemen on each side, commonly known as "light, three shadows and five".
The Wufeng Tower, commonly known as the main entrance of the Forbidden City, is located on the north-south axis of the Forbidden City. The door is located in the middle of the sun, which is called the noon gate. The entrance to the Palace Museum is inside the entrance of the entrance to the entrance of the Palace Museum. The ticket office is on the west side of the entrance. It is suggested to buy tickets containing treasure hall and clock hall. Only in this way can we see the collection of exquisite goods besides the grand palace. In addition, you can rent a voice explanation at the entrance, which you can't understand just by looking at it. By noon gate, you can take Metro Line 1 and get off at Tian'anmen East Station. It's right from Tian'anmen.
The Wumen Gate is the gate of the Palace Museum and the last gate of the three gates of the Palace Museum. You need to buy tickets when you enter the Wumen Gate. The wall of Wumen is more than 20 meters high. It is the highest symbol of imperial power, so it is also the highest wall.
The Palace Museum's noon gate is on fire these days, because the exhibition of "Qianli Jiangshan Tu" must go to the Palace Museum in the morning and take the admission card under the noon gate. Otherwise, visitors are not allowed to enter the Palace Museum. Don't take photos with flash lights during the whole journey, just watch it quietly.
The main entrance of the Palace Museum is the Wumen, which was built in the eighteenth year of Yongle in the Ming Dynasty (1420), rebuilt in the fourth year of Shunzhi in the Qing Dynasty (1647), and rebuilt in the sixth year of Jiaqing in the Qing Dynasty (1801). The plane of the noon gate is in the shape of "concave", which follows the shape basis of Yanhe Gate in Luoyang in the Northern Wei Dynasty and Yingtian Gate in Luoyang in the Tang Dynasty, and evolves from the gate of the Royal Palace in Luoyang in the Han Dynasty. From January 6, 2019, the Palace Museum held an exhibition "New Year's greeting and auspicious celebration-celebrating New Year's Eve in the Forbidden City" in the exhibition hall of Wumen-Yanchilou, which was very good.
There are five doors in the Wumen Gate, but from the front, it seems that there are three. In fact, there are two Yemen on the front, one facing west and the other facing east. The two doors and holes respectively extend eastward and westward into the platform, then turn northward and go out from the north of Chengtai. So from the back of the noon gate, there are five doors, so there is the saying of "light, three shadows and five shadows". The main entrance is usually accessible only to the emperor; when the emperor is married, the queen may go once; when the palace examinations are successful, the three people who look for flowers can walk out of the door once. In the Qing Dynasty, ministers of civil and military affairs entered and exited the left door, and imperial princes entered and exited the right door. When the Emperor held a ceremony in Taihe Hall, the civil and military officials were only allowed to enter and exit from the two Yemen gates. There are two kiosks around the middle gate of the noon gate, with bells and drums inside. Whenever the bell rings and the drum is struck, there are rules. The emperor's altar Temple rings bells at noon gate; the emperor beats drums at the temple; and the emperor's ascension hall rings bells and drums at the grand ceremony.