Forbidden City (or Imperial Palace) is placed in the focal point of Beijing, and its 961 meters in length from south to north and 753 meters wide from east to west, gloating the best-safeguarded royal castle on the planet now.
Covering a zone of 720,000 square meters, the Forbidden City is superb in style and decently proportioned in structure, where innumerable valuable social relics are saved as the substances of old Chinese society and workmanship. The Forbidden City is encompassed by a channel (52-meter wide and 6-meter profound) as the first line of guard and a city divider (10-meter tall) as the second line of resistance with a door opened in the four sides of the city divider separately, to be specific, Meridian Gate in the south, Godly Prowess Gate in the north, Donghua Gate in the east and Xihua Gate in the west, and a wonderfully assembled watchtower erects at each one corner of city divider. It was recorded among the World Heritage Sites by the UNESCO in 1987.
The Forbidden City is basically made out of the external court and the inward court, which worked as the working zone and living quarter range for magnificent families in the Ming and Qing administrations separately, where all the structures are appropriated symmetrically along the south-north focal pivot.
As a spot for the sovereigns to direct state issues, the Outer Court is mostly made out of three royal residences: the Hall of Supreme Harmony, the Hall of Central Harmony and the Hall of Preserving Harmony, and the Hall of Supreme Harmony is the greatest and most superb with 60.1 meters in length 33.33 meters wide and 35.05 meters tall, where the head rose his throne, held his wedding service, gave titles of honorability, designated commanders and drove an armed force to assault the foes, and a great many authorities and warriors hurrahed to the Emperor amid the celebration with several instruments played in the meantime, completely encapsulating the incomparable force of the ruler. Behind the Hall of Supreme Harmony is the Hall of Central Harmony, and it worked as the resting spot for the sovereign before he managed a stupendous function, where the ruler got journey from government authorities too.