Dong'anmen Relic Site is located in the middle of the Palace Palace Wumen Square to Wangfujing Pedestrian Street. It is a lining square 🀄️, which is the wall site of the Ming Dynasty imperial city. Saved one of them. Free visit,
Dong'anmen, as the name implies, is the Forbidden City in the east of a door, here why become a site, because Li Zicheng hit Beijing, want to enter the Forbidden City, so the fire Dong'anmen.
A very niche attraction, it can be said that few people know. The site is located outside the Donghua Gate of the Forbidden City, very close to the Donghua Gate, which was the east gate of the Ming imperial city in the past. Individual visitors visiting the Forbidden City can come and see. Judging from the existing ruins, the previous ground was lower than it is now, so that the entire site was buried under the road ground before excavation. You can't see the ruins when you walk on the street. You can walk from the street to the ground of the site from the stairs. It is usually very quiet. You can step on the glass bridge to cross the site and feel the vicissitudes of history.
The Toanmon ruins park on the east side of the kitagyo Imperial Palace is a street park in kitagyo City, and it is a ruins discovered by rebuilt roads and other buildings.
Toanmon gate was one of the four gates of the imperial castle in kitagyo Province, and was destroyed by the northern ocean army in 1912.
Archaeological excavations were carried out about twenty years ago, and the site of the gate is now preserved for visitors to visit.
We went for a walk, but a section of the old Beijing wall was renovated.