In Chengde because of rain collapsed walls imperial summer residence Bishushanchzhuan

In Chengde because of rain collapsed walls imperial summer residence Bishushanchzhuan

In Chengde City, Hebei Province, North China because of the rains collapsed walls imperial summer residence Bishushanchzhuan. Collapsed four-meter piece of wall, announced today corr. Xinhua in municipal government for the protection of cultural heritage.
Wall collapse residence occurred on 17 August under the influence of rainfall. It is learned that this summer has been to Chengde particularly rainy, heavy rains occurred in late July and mid-August, adding to the emergency state wall "Bishushanchzhuan," which, according to local residents, more than a year ago formed bloating. And the wall collapsed, unable to withstand the shock rains in recent days.
City Department of Cultural Heritage Protection promises to repair the collapsed wall for months.
Largest imperial garden and temple ensemble, preserved in China to this day, Bishushanchzhuan was built almost 300 years ago during the reign of the Qing Dynasty. On its construction took 89 years, from 1703. He witnessed the prosperity of the country under the emperors Kangxi and Qianlong. This is one of the objects of the world's cultural heritage in the territory of China.

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