Sanxi Hall is located in Yangxin Hall, with an area of less than 8 planes. It is the pocket study of Emperor Qianlong. The three famous posts - "Wang Xizhi's posts on sunshine when it snows fast, Wang Xizhi's posts on Mid-Autumn Festival and Wang Xun's posts on Boyuan were once treasured here. They are the favorite of Emperor Qianlong. At present, the renovation is not open.
Sanxitang, in ancient times, was the study of Emperor Qianlong, Emperor Gaozong Hongli of Qing Dynasty. Three Greeks "that is "Shi Xixian, Xian Xisheng, Sheng Xitian", scholars hope to become sages, sages hope to become saints, saints hope to become knowledgeable people, that is, to encourage their unremitting pursuit, diligence and self-diligence.
Famous for collecting three treasures, but a small room, Sanxi Hall's fame is quite interesting compared with the narrowness of space.
Where Emperor Qianlong appreciated treasures and antiques, he wanted to visit them.
This is a very good scenic spot. The scenery is very beautiful.
Sanxi Hall is the study of Emperor Gaozong Hongli of Qing Dynasty, which is Emperor Qianlong. It is also the most obvious symbol left by the owner of Yangxin Hall. It is located in Xinuan Pavilion of Yangxin Hall of Palace Museum, formerly known as Greenhouse, and later changed to Sanxi Hall. Sanxi Hall is not only famous for storing Sanxi ink, but also has a large number of exquisite crafts and household utensils made at that time. The antithetical couplets of Emperor Qianlong's Imperial Book "Sanxitang" plaque and "embracing the ancient and modern, deeply entrusted with Hausu" are posted on the top and sides of the imperial seat respectively. Elegance and delicacy are always full of this narrow space, emitting a strong bookish atmosphere.