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Architecture of the Song Dynasty

Politics and military affairs waned during the Song dynasty (960-1279). but crafts and trades. commerce. technology. and architecture thrived during this time. Structures built during this period weren`t as large but became more delicate a...

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brief of Ancient Chinese Architecture

Architecture has been dubbed the ``Concretionary Music`` and has become a critical component of human civilizations. Ancient Chinese buildings are mainly timberwork structures built by the Han people as well as some excellent structures ma...

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Architecture of the Tang Dynasty

The Tang dynasty (618-907) was an age of social. economic and cultural prosperity in China`s feudal society. It was also a time of growth for architecture and the arts. The architecture of this period is grand with integral layouts. The Ta...

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The Architecture of the Ming Dynasty

During the Ming dynasty (1368-1644). China entered into a late feudal society. Buildings at this time generally followed the Song style and changed very little. New buildings. however. regained previous grandeur. City layouts and palace st...

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Architecture of the Yuan Dynasty

The Yuan dynasty (1206-1368) of China was a vast boundary established by ethnic Mongolian people. Its economy and culture developed slowly and that also affected the development of architecture. As a result. most Yuan buildings were simple...

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Architecture Style - Civilian Residential Housing

Residential construction in different parts of China is also called civilian residential housing - a basic type of architecture. This type of housing covers a wide area and has a long history. Since China is a country of diverse. natural e...

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Architecture of the Qing Dynasty

The Qing dynasty (1616-1911) was the last feudal dynasty of China. Buildings of this period mainly followed the Ming architectural style. but were further refined. Beijing remained the capital and its architecture remained essentially unch...

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Architecture Style - Tombs

Tombs are crucial components of ancient Chinese architecture. The ancient Chinese believed that souls lived on after death and they attached much importance to burials. People of all social classes had their tombs meticulously built. Throu...

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Architecture Style - Temple

The temple is an important component of China`s Buddhist architecture. It was introduced from India and mushroomed in China in the period of Northern Wei Dynasty. These buildings reflect social change and the development of religion in the...

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Architecture Style - Garden

Renowned in the world history of gardens. Chinese gardens enjoy a rich heritage. Imperial gardens existed in the Zhou dynasty over three thousand years ago. China`s diverse city gardens have earned a place in the world`s three systems of g...

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