Nanchizi Street, located on the east side of Tiananmen Gate, is the imperial archives of Ming and Qing dynasties in China, which is not open at present. The South Gate of Huangshilu is a residential building. It says that visitors stop. The North Gate is not open, and the inner hall can only be seen through the crack of the door.
Huang Shiluo (cheng), a royal archive of Ming and Qing dynasties in China, also known as the Stamp Bank, is located at the south entrance of Nanchizi Street east of Tiananmen, Beijing. Huang Shilu was founded in 13 years in Jiajing of Ming Dynasty and in July of 15 years in Jiajing of Ming Dynasty. It is the most complete imperial archives in China and has a history of more than 480 years. Now, it has become a courtyard where residents live.
In front of Huang Shiluo's door, the plaque set up in 1982 had some vicissitudes. The vermilion gate had been peeled off with weeds growing on the eaves of the corridor. The door of the word "visitor stop" seems to be a dwelling, rather than the former Royal Archives.
Emperor Shiluo is located in the south of Nanchizi Street. It is the imperial archives during the imperial period. This scenic spot can only be appreciated from the outside and is not open to the outside world, but only from that outside can we feel the perfect design and exquisite workmanship of ancient Chinese architecture. It is a rare living cultural relic in Beijing. Because it's not foreign, there's no need to waste time.
Huangshiluo is an archive established by the imperial families of Ming and Qing dynasties to preserve their royal history books. It is also the most complete imperial archives in China and the oldest arch coupon building in Beijing. Located in the southeast of Beijing Forbidden City, the south end of Nanchizi Street is east of Ludong. Huang Shilu is a palace-style building with yellow glazed tiles on the roof and beasts kissing each other. It is the highest palace building. In front of the hall, a plaque "Emperor's History" hangs high. The main hall is located in the north and South dynasties. It can basically be called a stone house. It is an outstanding representative of archives warehouse building in feudal society in China.
Architecture and fittings are perfectly designed, well-crafted, well-functioned, luxurious and durable. They are fire-proof, moisture-proof, insect-proof and mildew-proof. They are warm in winter and cool in summer. The temperature is relatively stable. They are suitable for preserving archives and documents. It is the archives of the imperial families of Ming and Qing dynasties that preserve their royal history books.
Huang Shilu is a masonry structure with an area of more than 2000 square meters. The main buildings are Emperor Shilumen, Main Hall, East Palace, West Palace, Royal Stele Pavilion and so on, surrounded by Zhu wall. The forehead of Emperor Shilumen is written in Manchu and Han languages. In the Golden Chamber of the palace, there are records of emperors of past dynasties and holy precepts.