Zhongnanhai, China's most mysterious place, can only be seen from a distance, not near-sighted, the door has been guarded by soldiers, want to go into the photography can not be done, only from the opposite side of the road to take pictures, friends to Beijing have the opportunity or can see the place where the presidents of past dynasties live.
The Zhongnanhai Sea is a joint name of the Zhonghai Sea and the South China Sea. It is located on the west side of the Beijing Palace Museum and south of the Aoyu Bridge. It covers an area of about 1500 mu, of which 700 Mu is the water surface. It is a key cultural relic protection unit in China. Former as Xiyuan, in ancient times, Zhongnanhai was always the palace and banquet place of feudal emperors of the dynasties. Now the State Council of the People's Republic of China, the Secretariat of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the General Office of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China are the places where the top leaders of the People's Republic of China live. The main scenic spots in the Central South China Sea are Ziguang Pavilion, banana plantations and water clouds in isolated waters. This pavilion was originally the site of Dutiantai in Taiyechi of the Yuan Dynasty. There are also tablets of "Taiye Autumn Wind" inscribed by Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty. The main scenic spots in the South China Sea are Yingtai, a group of pavilions and pavilions on the platform, and a water Island Scenic Area composed of rockery galleries and pavilions. Important buildings are Xianglu Pavilion, Hanyuan Hall, Xiangyi Hall, Algae Rhyme Tower, Yuexuan, Yingfu Pavilion, etc. The existing stone bridge in Yingtai East leads to the shore. In addition, there are Fengze Garden and Jinggu Garden in the Central South China Sea, which are the gardens in the garden, especially the stacking of Lake rockery rockery rockery in Jinggu. The Zhonghai "Shuiyunxie" and the South China Sea "Yingtai" together with Qionghua Island in the North Sea constitute the "Sanshenshan" in the "Three Seas".
Unfortunately, we can't go in. We can only look at Xinhua Gate outside. The symbol of state power!
The first time I went to Beijing in the late 1980s, Dad took it in and visited. What impressed me most was the sound of running water. The water was clear and clear. There were many fish in it. It was beautiful. It seems that I remember that the place where I should work is the wooden floor. There is no impression of anything else.
From Tian'anmen, we can see Zhongnanhai as we continue to walk westward along Chang'an Street. There are armed police patrols at the gate and five characters of serving the people can be seen inside the gate. There is a line on the ground at the entrance, which can't be crossed at will. Once crossing the border, the armed police will send out a warning.
Zhongnanhai is in Xicheng District. It is collectively called "Three Seas" with the North Sea. The Central Sea was opened in gold. In Yuan Dynasty, the South China Sea was excavated in the early Ming Dynasty. The Qing Dynasty and the North China Sea jointly called Xihaizi and were listed as forbidden gardens. Walking into the Zhongnanhai Sea, many people wonder why the Zhongnanhai Sea is called "sea" and clearly it is a lake.