Category:Ming Palace, Nanjing

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  • Built by the first Ming ruler Hongwu Emperor, between 1367 and 1392. From the mid-1600s on it was gradually demolished by the Qing Dynasty, with stone and carvings recycled for projects in Beijing. The 1840s Taiping Revolutionaries reduced it to foundations
  • Present day site includes a commemorative park with palace complex remnants, 19th—20th century buildings, and several museums.
Ming Palace 
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Instance of palace
LocationPeople's Republic of China
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32° 02′ 17.16″ N, 118° 49′ 03″ E

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明故宮 (ja); Ming Gugong (fr); Minggugong (nl); 明故宮 (zh-hant); 난징 고궁 (ko); Ming Palace (en); 明故宫 (zh); 明故宫 (zh-hans); 明故宮 (zh-hk) palace (en); قصر في الصين (ar); Palais impérial construit par Zhu Yuanzhang (Ming Hongwu), fondateur de la dynastie Ming, dans l'actuelle Nankin. (fr); bouwwerk in Jiangsu (nl) 北安门, 南京故宫, 西安门, 午门, 西华门, 东安门, 明故宫遗址, 东华门, 洪武门 (zh)


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