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Roof Figurines 'Bitter End' Yellow Roofs Gugong, Forbidden City Roof Figures Decorations Emperor's Palace Built in the 1400s in the Ming Dynasty
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Jinshang Park Pavilions from Forbidden City Yellow Roofs GugongDecorations Emperor\'s Palace Built in the 1400s in the Ming Dynasty
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Jinshang Park Pavilions from Forbidden City Yellow Roofs Gugong Decorations Emperor's Palace Built in the 1400s in the Ming Dynasty
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Stone Gate Yellow Roofs Gugong, Forbidden City Roof Figures Decorations Emperor's Palace Jinshang Park Beijing China  Built in the 1400s in the Ming Dynasty...
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Beihai Buddhist Stupa Yellow Roofs Dragon Pavilion Gugong, Forbidden City Roof Figures Decorations Emperor\'s Palace Built in the 1400s in the Ming Dynasty
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Jinshang Park Pavilions from Forbidden City Yellow Roofs Gugong Decorations Emperor\'s Palace Built in the 1400s in the Ming Dynasty
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China, Hebei, China Great Wall from Jinshanling, built in 1570 in the Ming Dynasty, listed as World Heritage by UNESCO
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Roof Figurines 'Bitter End' Yellow Roofs Gugong, Forbidden City Beijing China Roof Figures Decorations Emperor's Palace Built in the 1400s in the Ming Dynasty
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Dragon Tortise Bronze Statue Gugong, Forbidden City Emperor's Palace Built in the 1400s in the Ming Dynasty
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Meridian Gate Gugong Forbidden City Palace Wall Beijing China. Emperor's Palace Built in the 1600s in the Ming Dynasty
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Jinshang Park Pavilions from Forbidden City Yellow Roofs Red Walls Brass Pots Gugong Decorations Emperor's Palace Built in the 1400s in the Ming Dynasty
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Beihai Stupa Forbidden City Yellow Roofs Gugong Decorations Emperor\'s Palace Built in the 1400s in the Ming Dynasty
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The Drum Tower, a later Ming dynasty version originally built in 1273 marking the centre of the old Mongol capital, Beijing, China, Asia
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Roofs of Yu Yuan Garden in Shanghai, built in XVII by Ming Dynasty
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Yellow Roofs Red Tiles Gugong, Forbidden City Watch Tower Roof Figures Decorations Emperor's Palace Built in the 1400s in the Ming Dynasty
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Roof Figurines 'Bitter End' Yellow Roofs Gugong, Forbidden City Roof Figures Decorations Emperor's Palace Built in the 1400s in the Ming Dynasty
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A mock army like one that would have once occupied the fort. Jiayuguan Fort is the western end of the Great Wall built in the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644)
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Roofs of Yu Yuan Garden in Shanghai, built in XVII by Ming Dynasty
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FUJIAN PROVINCE, CHINA - May 28, 2016: Ancient Taxia village (built in 1426, Ming Dynasty). It's also known as Longeval Village with many inhabitants who older...
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Jiayuguan Fort is the western end of the Great Wall built in the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644). It was an important military fortress and key waypoint of the...
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