Ticket snatching official website paralysed! Visiting the Lantern Festival of the Palace Museum and debugging the scene lights

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Ticket snatching official website paralysed! Visiting the Lantern Festival of the Palace Museum and debugging the scene lights

2019-02-18 18:32:47 117 ℃
In the morning of February 18, 2019, the lighting debugging of the Forbidden City "Shangyuan Night" began. After 94 years, the Forbidden City was lit again, and the classical ancient buildings such as Shenwumen and Jiaolou were illuminated by lights. Picture: Visual China January 15th and January 16th, the Palace Museum will be brushed three times for the first time, becoming the "brightest" scenic spot in Beijing --"Lighting Fair" held for the first time in 94 years since the founding of the Palace Museum. The Forbidden City ancient buildings are lit up on a large scale for the first time in the evening, and are open to the public for free at night. When < img src="/1ydzximg/0LJBrTpEE6"/>, the audience will walk on the palace wall to watch the lights, listen to the live performance of the Central National Orchestra and the sound of opera from Changyin Pavilion, and appreciate the paintings such as "Qianli River Mountain Picture Volume" projected on the golden glazed tile. Even those who do not enter the palace can see the kilometer red light "light" the city wall. Lantern Festival of the 15th lunar month, formerly known as the Shangyuan Festival, is the first full moon night of the new year and the continuation of the celebration activities of the New Year. It originated and took shape in the Han Dynasty. After a long period of development and evolution, it formed the folk customs of eating Lantern Festival, enjoying the moon, lighting lights, guessing lantern riddles, lion dance and dragon dance. However, because the ancient buildings in Beijing are mainly wooden, there are few Lantern Festivals held in cultural protection units in recent years. This year, the Forbidden City will break the tradition.