： (Empress Dowager, Summer Palace)
The Summer Palace was an important political stage of the late Qing Dynasty, and was also one of the important residences of Empress Dowager Cixi in her later life. From 1891 to 1908, as the owner of the Summer Palace and the supreme ruler of the late Qing Dynasty, Empress Dowager Cixi spent most of her last 18 years in the beautiful scenery of the Summer Palace. Cixilivedandentertainedhere, took sightseeing tours, celebrated festivals and managed state affairs, leaving tens of thousands of pieces of cultural relics. This exhibition selects hundreds of pieces of cultural relics related to Cixi so as to completely reflect her disposition and the characteristics of palace life. It not only mirrors the real life of Cixi, but also gives visitors a glimpse of the palace culture in the late Qing Dynasty, alongside its historical and cultural background.
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