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White marble Altar of Prayer for Good Harvest 祈谷石坛 (1273)
北京

祈谷石坛:

      祈谷坛的祭坛为坛殿结合的圆形建筑,是根据古代“屋下祭帝”的说法建立的。坛为三层汉白玉石坛,高5.6米,下层直径91米,中层直径80米,上层直径68米;石坛东西南北四个方向均有楼梯通行,其中南北两侧的楼梯中央镶有巨幅浮雕,称丹陛石雕。丹陛石雕自上而下的图案依次为“双龙山海→双凤山海→瑞云山海”,寓意龙凤呈祥。丹陛石雕已用钢化玻璃加以保护。每层石坛望柱头下有龙嘴出水口。石坛上的祈年殿为圆形,高38.2米,直径24.2米,三重蓝琉璃瓦,圆形屋檐,攒尖顶,宝顶鎏金。

      祈年殿与皇乾殿由栏琉璃瓦门相连,皇乾殿是祈谷坛的“天库”。

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