A Pictorial Record of the Qing Dynasty - Qing Dynasty by Compiled by Peking University Library

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This booklet is a compilation of 540 pictures and work of Qing Dynasty structure that seemed in Western courses presently housed within the Peking collage Library. the gathering is categorised into 18 chapters, corresponding to urban partitions and gates, pagodas, archways, guild homes, church buildings, streets, and bridges. those pictures and work current a visible advent to the modes and types of chinese language structure equipped prior to and through the Qing Dynasty. along with mirroring many of the social upheavals in China through the past due Qing Dynasty, the images additionally replicate the Sino Western cultural interactions and army encounters then. this is often proven in pictures of armed overseas troops status safeguard at the urban partitions of Nanjing and the positive parade of the German army motorcade alongside a highway in Qingdao. In end, this booklet comes in handy as a visible reference for discovering the architectural evolution through the Qing Dynasty and likewise presents a clean and multi-faceted viewpoint on China's political, social, cultural, and fiscal landscapes then.KEY positive factors- the most recent book from the sequence, A Pictorial list of the Qing Dynasty.- excessive print solution: shut exam of info on every one picture is superior with the excessive print answer of the book.- Reader-friendly format: unmarried- or dual-picture structure on every one web page enables a quick looking event on published and booklet formats.- Accompanying textual content: each one photo contains helpful annotations similar to, explanatory notes relating particular architectural good points, resources, dates of images, and names of photographers.- bankruptcy evaluate: each one bankruptcy opens with a short historic assessment and advent to the explicit architecture.- Quotations from Western guides: attention-grabbing feedback on Qing Dynasty structure are incorporated from books written by means of Western historic figures, similar to Osvald Siren, Matteo Ricci, and Hans Christian Andersen.

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Shache County is located in the southwest of Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region; specifically, it stands west of the Tarim Basin, north of the Karakorum Mountains, at the foot of the Pamirs Highland, and on the alluvial plains of the upper and middle reaches of the Yarkand River (surrounded by the Taklamakan Desert). Shache was a major county in the Western Regions during the Qin and Han dynasties, and was an important town on the southern Silk Routes. It was upgraded to prefecture status after Xinjiang became a province in 1884.

Eleven gates still remain, namely, Lizheng Gate, Huijiang Gate, Gongchen Gate, Wangyang Gate, Zhan’e Gate, Yuxian Gate, Laixun Gate, Renhe Gate, Pingjiang Gate, Chengxuanqiao Gate, and Xingfajie Gate. Qing Dynasty Architecture 37 C i t y W a l l s a n d Ga t e s 663 Outside the city gate of Xuzhou in Sichuan Date: Early 20th century Photographer: Anonymous Source: William Edgar Geil, A Yankee on the Yangtze (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1904). Xuzhou (today’s Yibin in Sichuan) was built in 1373.

The construction of Jiayuguan started in 1372. It included an inner city, outer city, and the moat, which formed a very effective defense system. 7 meters tall. The walls were made of mud, with the exception of the western face, which was made of bricks. There were two gates in the inner city, Guanghua Gate at the east, and Rouyuan Gate at the west. There were two bulwarks outside these two gates, and 14 archers’ towers, watchtowers, attics, and floodgates. The city walls of Jiayuguan are the most completely conserved among all passes of the Great Wall of China.

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