A place worth visiting. We arrived at about 9 a.m. on Tuesday, and there were only four places left, because there was a limit of 200 people a day. It's closed on Monday. We visited by ourselves (free, need ID card registration), many meticulous places need to be found slowly by ourselves. Later, I learned that you can pay for a guide, a general explanation and a deep explanation. According to the price, the places you can visit are different. So if you want to see more and know more, you need to choose the most expensive guide (five people, five hundred yuan).
What attracted me was not the residence of Zaizhen, the last iron-capped Prince of Qing Dynasty, but Xiao Dezhang, the designer and supervisor of Qing Dynasty, the last eunuch in charge of Qing Dynasty. Regardless of the aesthetic taste of building, decoration and gardening, the cultural feelings of "Golden Tree" (fig. 7, Zishu) and mulberry in the same meaning "Hometown" were purchased across the ocean, and the deep Chinese Architectural Regulations of the courtyard were expressed in Western architectural language (fig. 456). The best building materials were purchased globally at that time (still in good use - "fig 3, British brass hardware, fig 8, German heating film). Fig. 9 is a concave-convex occlusion of solid wood window fans, brass fire hydrants, and striving for perfection, which is close to harsh details. It can only be said that this eunuch is not simple (em) e400408 (/em) Fig. 567 tricolor glazed pillar is said to be Xiao Dezhang Shun from the Palace Museum. Because yellow represents the emperor, blue represents Baile and green represents the princess, it is not suitable for his identity to live in. This is also the ultimate ease of the house. One of the reasons for celebrating Prince Hand.
Not bad. On the day of Mid-Autumn Festival, the environment is very suitable for taking pictures. The sunny weather is better. Following the guide, he listened to some explanations about the history of the Qingwang Palace and visited the main building. Some of them still retained their original materials, and some of them were repaired pictures. The whole is good.
Buy a ticket with explanatory notes, open at nine o'clock, the announcer's name is Zhang Nan, a beautiful girl, is the best explanatory note I have ever met. The explanatory words also keep up with the trend of the times, not stereotyped endorsement, very emotional, good voice. Let's get to know history. Excellent! Give the thumbs-up. A trip to Tianjin is worth it.
For the Qing Dynasty Prince Zaizhen's Mansion, the main floor is composed of two-storey courtyard, Western-style eaves, Chinese patio and decoration, and the top floor is ancestral hall. The eastern part of the courtyard is a Chinese garden with rockery, stone cave and hexagonal pavilion.
The last chief eunuch who walked into this old house in the Qing Dynasty in the afternoon of winter was also very inspiring and talented. He designed and mapped the courtyard with Chinese and Western walls. It was a quadrangle with Western fountain and Chinese style plus foreign buildings. It was no wonder that the glass of Belgium, the glass of Germany, the yellow, green and blue heat pipe, represented the Royal glazed corridor, was later produced. Qing Prince and Prime Minister Become Qing Royal Palace
A scenic spot that must be visited will be more interesting if you can listen to the explanation. The facilities of Qingwang Palace are equivalent to the present level. It is worth seeing. There are restaurants, cafes and other places around it. You can spend a leisure afternoon here. Qingwang Palace limits the number of visitors to 200 people a day. The time limit is from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. You can go there as early as possible.
In the architectural history of Tianjin for more than 600 years, Qingwangfu well interprets the changeable modern history of China. It not only preserves the original flavor of this period of history, but also vividly displays the architectural characteristics of the combination of Chinese and Western.
Only one floor, if only more places to visit were opened.