Hanjingtang in the central area of Changchun Garden was the largest architectural cluster in the imperial garden. Surrounded by hills and lakes, the main part comprised three major groups of architectures from souht to north:Hanjing Hall, Chunhua Hall and Yunzhen Hall. Together, they were 300 meters long from south to north and 150 meters wide from east to west, covering 45.000 square meters of land. They were originally built 1770 for the retirement life of Emperor Quianling after ruling China for 60 years
When Yuánmíng Yuán was destroyed in 1860, this place was still guarded by night watchers. Empress Dowager Cixi visited the place several times.
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