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After four years of archaeological excavation, the archaeological excavation of the Qing Dynasty Palace site at the Mount Longhu in Jiangxi, Taoist temple of China, has achieved significant results, revealing "true feelings". In January 21st, "the expert demonstration meeting of the archaeological achievements of the Daqing Palace site" was held by experts, and the experts believed that the above sites were the highest imperial palace view of China since the Song Dynasty.



"Da Shang Qing palace is second to none in the national Taoist temple building, which is equivalent to half of the Imperial Palace in Beijing." Xu Changqing, the dean of the Archaeological Research Institute of Jiangxi Province, told reporters that according to the preliminary exploration of archaeological exploration, the site of the Grand Palace site was about 30 million square meters, and the scope of the 180 thousand square meters has been explored, and some of the foundation of the wall has been determined.

Xu Changqing revealed to reporters that four years of archaeological excavation revealed that the scale of the upper Qing palace area is in good agreement with the literature. At the site of the site, the reporter saw the principle of symmetrical layout of the central axis. The main architectural dragon Humen, the Jade Emperor hall, the rear earth hall and the San Qing Pavilion were arranged in succession from the south to the north, which corresponded to the "bird's eye view of Mount Longhu" painted by the Qing Dynasty painter Guan Huai. In the heyday of the Shang Dynasty, the two Palace (Shang Qing palace and Dou Mu Palace) had twelve grand regulations and twenty-four houses.

The relics and unearthed relics revealed by the ruins of the Shang Dynasty palace do not reflect the royal style of the Shang Qing palace.

Xu Changqing told reporters that from the view of architectural regulation, the main palaces of the palace of the upper Qing Dynasty were distributed from the south to the north along the middle axis of the middle axis, which was built with reference to the style of the imperial palace of the emperor of Beijing - the palace of the emperor - Kun Ning palace of the the Imperial Palace. From the building material, the Grand Palace of the Grand Palace unearthed a lot of large volume of stone plinth, such as the base base of the three Qing Pavilion, 86 centimeters long, 64 centimeters in diameter, and difficult to see in the general Taoist temple. "Only the royal building will use such huge building stone."

The Da Shang Qing palace is located in the upper reaches of the Mount Longhu in Jiangxi, Yingtan, east of the Qingzhen Town, the North Bank of the Luxi River, the arch of the Xishan arch, and about one kilometer away from the Tiansheng mansion. According to the literature, since the song, yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties, the imperial palace of the song, yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties was a religious place for the first generation of Chinese Taoism, which was the first ancestor of Chinese Taoism, and was destroyed in the fire in 1930.

In June 2014, Mount Longhu scenic area in the construction process found a large number of architectural relics, especially a "Qing Jiaqing rebuilt fifteen years on the palace monument," the experts preliminarily speculated that the building remains the Grand Palace site. After the approval of the State Administration of cultural relics, the Jiangxi Provincial Institute of Archaeology and Archaeology jointly carried out systematic archaeological excavation of the site with the Yingtan Museum.

In 2017, the architectural design and Research Institute of Tsinghua University made the design scheme of the protective facilities construction project of the Mount Longhu Grand Palace site for the site of the site, which protected the greenhouse for about 5000 square meters. This will lay a good heritage and cultural foundation for the future building of the Grand Palace Museum.

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