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Partial overview of the southernmost central courtyard of the Outer Court of the Forbidden City, featuring the Golden Stream (or "Jade Belt") and among things the East Gate of Unified Harmony visible on the right of this image.
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1) Gate of Literary Glory & South Court
2) Hall of Literary Glory Interior
3) West Side Hall of Literary Glory
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5) Hall of the Source of Culture and Literature (Imperial Library of the Ming Era)
A Famille-Rose Pedestal Plate with bird and flower design and mark of the studio of Great Refinment (Daya Zhai). Made in the Guangxu Reign (1875 AD - 1908 AD) in the ending years of the Qing Dynasty.
A Porcelein Plate with bird and flower design in Guangdong Glaze. Made in the Yongzheng Reign (1723 AD - 1735 AD) in the middle years of the Manchu Qing Dynasty.
Elephant-handled Famille-rose vase with revolving interior and Chinese characters for recording years and days on a yellow ground. Made in the Qianlong Reign (1736 AD - 1795 AD) of the Qing Dynasty (1644 AD - 1911 AD).
Flambe Ceramic Urn. Made in the Qianlong Reign (1736 AD - 1795 AD) of the Qing Dynasty (1644 AD - 1911 AD).
A Famille-Rose Porcelein Plate Tea Urn with Peacock and Peony design. Made in the succesful Qianlong Reign (1736 AD - 1795 AD) a highpoint of the Manchu Qing Dynasty Era.
Several parts of a Famille-Rose Porcelein Tea set dating to the  Qianlong Reign (1736 AD - 1795 AD) of the Qing Dynasty and the use of multi-color glaze.
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