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The Imperial Palace

The Imperial Palace, is also named as the Forbidden City which built for the emperors in Ming and Qing Dynasty. The Forbidden City is a rectangle 961 meters (3,153 ft) from north to south and 753 meters (2,470 ft) from east to west. It consists of 980 surviving buildings with 9,999 bays of rooms. It covers 723600 square meters floor space,is surrounded by walls ten meters high and a moat 52 meters wide.The main buildings, the six great halls, one following the other, are set facing south along the central north-south axis from the Meridian Gate, the south entrance, to Shenwumen, the great gate piercing in the north wall. The buildings of the Forbidden City fully embody the artistic features and style of ancient Chinese palace architecture, and can be called a masterpiece in Chinese, even world, architectural history. The lighting transformation was made in year 2005 to 2008 for the Imperial Palace.


Adopted Products for the Palace Lighting Project: High power LED floodlight (Tank Series)

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