The Forbidden City AKA MaoChan’s Crib

Forbidden City

I figure it was about time to show you the opulence in which I live….. oh who am I kidding? I ate cottage cheese for dinner, with salt & pepper. But if this crazy world works out the way it should, I should be, in no time, moving into the Forbidden City.

Designated a World Heritage Site in 1987, the Chinese imperial palace is located in the middle of Beijing, China. Built in the mid-Ming to end of Qing Dynasty, the Forbidden City was home to the Emperor of China. Consisting of 980 surviving buildings with 8,707 bays of rooms and covering 720,000 square metres, it might just have enough room for my beanie baby collection.

Video Tour.

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