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Imperial Garden in the Forbidden City

The Imperial Garden occupies 12,000 square meters and was built in the days of the Ming Dynasty in 1417.It has the characteristics typical of the typical Chinese garden, with trees, rocky areas, flower beds and sculptural elements. There are more than twenty structures, and the main one is the Imperial Peace Hall. To emphasize also a pine of more than 400 years, that symbolizes the harmony between the emperor and the empress.

Ta Prohm Temple-Cambodia

Ta Prohm is a Khmer temple located in the Angkor complex declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1992.
The temple served as a Buddhist monastery. At present the fame of this temple is due to the fact of being one of the few monuments that has not yet “rescued from the jungle,”. The place offers a striking combination of ruins and nature that have made it one of the main attractions.