In the history of the Qing Dynasty, the Lama Temple spanned the three dynasties of Emperor Kangxi, Yongzheng and Qianlong. After three periods of the palace, the palace and the temple, the architectural history lasted for more than 300 years. It is currently the largest Tibetan Buddhist temple in Beijing and also Beijing. The most noble temple in the city and even in the country is the only temple known as the "Palace".
The high brick wall of the Lama Temple towers over the top of the head and raises its head. It really only sees the "square of the square". The top color scheme is here, the golden palace roof, the peacock blue and the lush green, gold and yellow porch painting columns, show the royal majesty and the outstanding wisdom of ancient craftsmen in front of the world.
Beijing Half-Day Tour | White Tower + Red Wall + Jiewa Emperor's Photo Raiders
This weekend to Beijing to shelter from the rain, the magic of the Huangmei season makes people want to grow mushrooms! I did not expect that the recent emperor weather is good enough to explode, and the sky is so beautiful!
Sat on a natural wake up on Saturday and then go shopping in old Beijing, digging a few treasures, there are also small and net red, of course, if you get these photos and poses, let your photos blow Burst the ticket circle.
Small photo points recommended: front door and courtyard
a quiet old house, after the reconstruction, two floors. The first floor is mainly used for meeting rooms, salons and other activities, and the second floor has a bubble meditation room overlooking the neighboring houses. Compared to Berrybean, the online coffee shop, it is really quiet, almost no one, and the background is very clean. If you want to feel the little friends of the old Beijing roof, it is recommended! (It is very safe, there is a platform to cross the past, the premise needs to be light and light, do not affect other guests)
Address: No. 218, Xia Mo Factory Street, Qianmen East Road, hh/ Cost: Afternoon tea 88 yuan
red photo point recommendation: Lotus COFFEE & T
this family do not have to do more introduction, Baita Temple is best for framing coffee shop. Both tourists and locals will go there because there are too many people on the weekend, so they have to queue up. As for the angle of photography, please refer to my photo! Going out from the coffee shop and turning left into a hutong alley, it is also very suitable for taking photos with the White Tower, and the background red and white is really nice!
Address: 3rd Floor, Baita Zhiguang, No. 185, Fuchengmen Inner Street
Cost: Per capita 80 yuan
Photo point recommendation: Yihe The palace red wall
evening Lama Temple is really beautiful under the blue sky and white clouds! When the light is also the softest, taking a photo on the red wall is also a must for Beijing. Opposite is the Wudaoying Hutong, you can also stroll along the way.
Address: No. 12, Yonghegong Street, Dongcheng District
Tickets: 28 yuan (free photo at the door)
Wear advice: white or light color . Whether it is a red wall or a white tower, the roof is recommended to wear pants, it is more convenient!
Beijing | The must-have royal temple / hc/
was the palace where Yongzheng lived before he was enthroned. Qianlong was also born here, and the folks called it "dragon and blessed land"
The Lama Temple, the largest Tibetan Buddhist temple in Beijing, was the original residence of the Emperor, and the Princes Mansion, which was renamed the Lama Temple. The temple is decorated with yellow glazed tiles and red walls. Similar to the Forbidden City, the luxurious atmosphere is self-evident ~
rare weather, the exquisite arches and temples are more magnificent under the sun, it is worth visiting~
Yonghe Temple was once the residence of Emperor Yongzheng of the Qing Dynasty. At that time, Emperor Yongzheng was the prince and had not yet stepped up to the throne. It is also the place where Emperor Qianlong, the son of Emperor Yongzheng, was born. Nowadays, Lama Temple is a well-known monastery of Tibetan Buddhism in Beijing. The incense often burns brightly. There are also many precious cultural relics in Lama Temple, such as the 500 Arhat Mountain carved out of sandalwood, the giant Buddha niche carved out of silkwood, and the 18-meter-high Buddha carved out of white sandalwood.