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Prince Gong’s Mansion

Prince Gong’s Mansion, once for Minister Heshen’s mansion in the Qing Dynasty, is the largest and best protected one in the existing mansions. The mansion consists of a strict axis through various Siheyuan, which can be divided into three parts: middle, east and west.

The roofs of the temples in the middle road are mostly green glazed tile, which are luxurious and noble.A vine in the front yard of the east road, after two hundred years, is still very good, which very rare in the capital city.The fine work is undoubtedly the Xi Jin Zhai on the west road, the wood in the hall are carved delicately with high texture, and it is the imitation of NingshouPalace in Forbidden City by Heshen.

The whole mansion has the style of Chinese jiangnan garden and the features of northern garden, which is the perfect combination of royal style and folk elegance.


Travel Tips

Address:No. 14 LiuyinStreet, Xicheng District, Beijing.

Transportation:Take the subway line 6 to Beihai north station, or take the bus to Dongguanfang station. You can walk there after get off the bus.

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