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Ningshougong (Palace of Peaceful Longevity)

Ningshougong (Palace of Peaceful Longevity), a group of structures, were first built in 1689, and named. When rebuilt in 1772, the name was replaced with Huangjidian (Hall of Imperial Supremacy). However, the rear hall was still named Ningshougong (Palace of Peaceful Longevity). The structures here were shrunken Forbidden City since it was rebuilt for Emperor's abdication.

Now painting exhibition is held here to show famous paintings dated from the Jin Dynasty (265-420) to the Qing Dynasty. The halls and adjacent houses have a collection of more than 100,000 pieces. 

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