The Qianqing Gate was a Guanjian gate that the emperors used to enter the inner courtyard of the Forbidden City. Foreign ministers could not go beyond without permission. Just between the Baohe Hall and the Qianqing Palace in the Palace Museum in Dongcheng District, Beijing, the Qianqing Gate has a tall and beautiful appearance. Now people can visit the inner courtyard after passing.
Qianqing Gate is the gate on the road leading to Qianqing Palace. Qianqing Palace is the first hall of the harem. It's really very nice here. Now the Forbidden City controls the flow of people every day, so it is very comfortable to visit.
The gate of Qianqing, ah, near the Qianqing Palace that I love, um, a special gate, um, it represents a more important resting place for the emperor, and it is also close to the Golden Temple. It seems that the emperor still likes office work.
Qianqingmen is the gate of the emperor's living quarters in the Palace Museum of the Forbidden City. Several large gilt water tanks in front of the Hall of Supreme Harmony in the south are marked with signs of being hung up. The large gilt tanks and bronze lions near the Qianqing Gate are all well preserved.
The Ganqing Gate can be seen after the palace of Baohe. She is the gate of the back court of the Forbidden City, and it is the palace of Ganqing Palace and the palace of Yongning. The palace of Cining on the left, the palace of Ningshou on the right.