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The Summer Palace in Beijing




Pictorial plan of the Summer Palace 1888

Longevity Hill is about 60m high and has many buildings positioned in sequence. The front hill is rich with
splendid halls and pavilions, while the back hill, in sharp contrast, is quiet with natural beauty. The central
Kunming Lake, covering 2.2 square kilometres, was entirely man-made and the excavated soil was used
to build Longevity Hill. In December 1998, UNESCO included the Summer Palace on its World Heritage List.
It declared the Summer Palace "a masterpiece of Chinese landscape garden design. The natural landscape
of hills and open water is combined with artificial features such as pavilions, halls, palaces, temples and
bridges to form a harmonious ensemble of outstanding aesthetic value."


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(L) ˜ÅŠt A Chinese roof decoration: On the roof edge, animals create row and line up.(R) The stone path to lead to Zhihuihai

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Hall of Benebolnce and longevity mŽõ“a with qilin sculptures

(L) Kunming Lake ©–¾ŒÎ with Nanhu Iskand and the 17-Arch Bridge: We can observe the Beijing center in the distance.
(R) A private alley and gate to Longevity Hill of Aman Summer Palace Hotel



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The article was written and photograph was taken in May 2019, by Junhaku Miyamoto, M.D., PhD.



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