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Forbidden City 600 / Keelatud linn 600

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Vaido (Võrumaa, Estonia) on 12 December 2020 in Architecture.

The Forbidden City in Beijing, the world's largest palace complex, is celebrating its 600th anniversary this year.
I struggled quite a lot here because I couldn't choose between the color and the black and white version of the photo... Finally, the colors won this time.
Pekingis asuv Keelatud Linn, maailma suurim paleekompleks, tähistab tänavu 600. aastapäeva.
Kõhklesin siin pikalt värvilise ning mustvalge versiooni vahel. Seekord võitsid värvid.

Beijing @ October 2016

Canon EOS 5D Mark III 1/640 second F/9.0 ISO 400 20 mm

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Daniel from Perpignan, France

Superbe !

12 Dec 2020 7:41am

Anna Cherer from LA ROCHELLE, France

A beautiful view ! I remember the first time I saw this place, it was so impressive !

12 Dec 2020 8:18am

PAPOU from Aubusson (Creuse), France

Quelle vue impressionnante de la cité interdite. Splendide. Bonne journée

12 Dec 2020 8:31am

Existence Artistique from Angers, France

bien beau

12 Dec 2020 9:29am

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

This could definitely be in a magazine... excellent quality.

12 Dec 2020 10:04am

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

An impressive image! It would work either way.

13 Dec 2020 12:22am

Ralf Kesper from Fröndenberg, Germany

Great location!

13 Dec 2020 4:14am

Darkelf Photography from Perth, Australia

Excellent wide angle look on this stunning place. It brings back memories from our visit. Looks like it was quiet when you were there.

14 Dec 2020 2:30am

@Darkelf Photography: I saw fewer people on the distant courtyards, indeed. But the front gate was crowded as always...