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Ancient Chinese Architecture Resorts: Yonghegong Lamasery

Situated inside Andingmen in the Beijing’s East District, Yonghegong (Palace of Harmony and Peace) was built in 1694 as the original residence of the Yongzheng emperor before he ascended the throne. In 1725 it was renamed Yonghegong and declared a lama temple.

Yonghegong (Palace of Harmony and Peace) consists of three archways, five main halls of Tianwangdian (Devaraja Hall), Yonghedian (Hall of Harmony and Peace), Yongyoudian (Hall of Everlasting Protection), Falundian (Hall of the Dharma Wheel) and Wanfuge (Pavilion of Ten Thousand Bliss). These magnificent buildings naturally harmonize the architectural features of the Han, Man, Mongolian and Tibetan nationalities.



Il Tempio dei Lama

Il Tempio dei Lama è situato nel portone Anding del nordest della città. Fu costruito nel 1694, fu la residenza del principe ereditarie, chiamata la residenza del principe Yong. Nel 1725 ha cambiato il nome a Yonghegong, e poi fu diventado il tempio dei lama. Il tempio è composto da tre archi commemorativi e cinque cortili: il salone Tianwangdian, il salone principale di Yonghegong, Yongyoudian (il salone di incessante benedetto), Falundian (il salone di ruota Dharma), Wanfuge (il padiglione di mila felicità). L’architettura è grandiosa e meravigliosa, con caratteristiche delle nazionalità di Han, Man, Meng e Zang.

Le Temple des Lamas (Yonghegong) 

Construit en 1694, le Temple des Lamas se trouve à l’intérieur de la Porte Anding, au nord-est de la ville. Il était rédidence du prince, puis empereur Yongzheng des Qing, appelé à l’époque Résidence du Prince Yong, renommé Palais Yonghe en 1725, et puis Temple des Lamas. Celle lamaserie est constituée de 3 portiques et de 5 grandes salles: la Salle des Rois célestes (Tianwangdian), la Salle de l’éternelle Harmonie (Yonghedadian), la Salle de l’éternelle Protection (Yongyoudian) la Salle de la Roue de la Loi (Falundian) et le Pavillon des Dix Mille Bonheurs (Wanfuge). L’ensemble des édifices imposants est un marriage des architectures han, mandchoue, mongole et tibétaine.

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