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The Forbidden City only took three and a half years to build, which cost a huge amount of over 10000

Original title: the Forbidden City was built in only three and a half years, but the preparation process was costly

As the palace hall of human civilization, Sihai Palace Museum of Internet communication takes on the past, the present and the future.

In the first episode of the new Palace Museum, Zhao Zhongnan, an expert from the Palace Museum, introduced the history of the Palace Museum to Zhao Zhongnan, Deng Lun, Zhang Luyi and Ma Tianyu.

Zhao Zhongnan said that the actual construction time of the Forbidden City is only three and a half years, but the preparation process costs a lot, gathering 100000 people, and it took more than ten years before and after.

As the Royal Palace of Ming and Qing Dynasties, it was called the "Forbidden City" in ancient times.

The Forbidden City of Beijing is one of the largest and most complete existing wooden structures in the world, with more than 70 palaces and more than 9000 houses.

When 600 years passed, thousands of people in ancient times probably didn't expect that their lives, artifacts, arts, beliefs, etc. would be represented to the world with cultural symbols in the Forbidden City.

From the beginning to the end of the birth of the Forbidden City, there are only a few words in the history books, so we can know a lot. Solemn palaces, one plant, one brick, one tile, are all of ingenuity.

Time goes by, time goes by.

With the memory of history, the Forbidden City condenses into the symbol of the Forbidden City, reflecting the dream imagination of history and the endless wisdom of the Chinese people.

When life is gone, architecture still tells the history of the past.

Broadcast the 'light of civilization' of the 600 year old Forbidden City. The cultural core remains unchanged, keeps pace with the times, and is passed down from generation to generation.

Mr. Liang Sicheng once said that the culture of every nation in history has produced its own architecture. But unfortunately, not every nation can understand and develop its own culture from the ancient architecture.

In recent years, the combination of traditional culture and Internet has become a new way of cultural exchange.

For example, suitcases printed with folded umbrellas and Rosetta stone inscriptions in the surf of Kanagawa, etc. of course, after the Forbidden City was not left behind, the emperors in the Forbidden City put on sunglasses and scissors hands, which made them hot to search.

The beauty in the ancient paintings is vivid and beautiful.

It is said that the Forbidden City has changed. It has become more and more young, more and more grounded and human.

As a symbol of traditional culture, the Forbidden City has gone through the vicissitudes of history, changing its serious and dull historical face and occupying a place in the hearts of young people.

Therefore, a vigorous revival of traditional culture will be popular among more young people, and there will be more possibilities in the future.