Thai Binh Reading Pavilion

Interesting
The emperor, his wife, concubines and children lived in the Forbidden Purple City, with only the eunuch mandarins who served them allowed entry here. Of the forty buildings which made up the city, only the emperor's Reading Pavilion, situated near the Royal Theatre, has survived intact.

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