Weekly Photo Challenge: Renewal

Restored in 2010

Prince Gong’s Mansion, above, was under restoration in 2010 when I first tried to see it. Here it is, open and all bright and spiffy in 2012.

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8 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Renewal

  1. Spectacular and colorful indeed. It’s one of my favorite places in Beijing. Not as crowded, vast or expensive as the Forbidden City of Summer Palace, but you still get plenty of majesty.

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