China is gradually restoring the treasures of its past, and a great deal of work has gone into the palace, which is enormous but only partially brought back to its original glory. Visitors are, quite reasonably, not allowed inside the rooms but instead must crowd around doorways to peek in. Sometimes the displays inside are dusty and bedraggled, but keep in mind that this is a work in progress. You'll get a sore neck from gaping at all of the beautiful wonders at the palace.
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