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Jingshan Park-supernatural might gate
北京

景山公园位于故宫北面,地处北京城区中心,位于北京故城垣南北中轴线的中心点上。

景山的主要建筑有:三座园门(景山门、山左里门、山右里门);祭祀孔子的绮望楼;五座峰亭(观妙亭、周赏亭、万春亭、富览亭、辑芳亭);景山山后的寿皇殿;东侧的永思殿和观德殿以及关帝庙。
景山公园地处北京城的中轴线上,占地23公顷。南与紫禁城的神武门隔街相望,西邻北海公园。景山山高42.6米,海拔88.35米,是北京城的最高点。站在山顶可俯视全城,金碧辉煌的古老紫禁城与现代化的北京城新貌尽收眼底。

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上传: 04/06/2009
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