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Qingdao Sea Palace offers spectacular views

(chinadaily.com.cn) | 2020-09-18

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The Forbidden City Cultural and Creative Store of Qingdao, located in the Qingdao Sea Palace, is a large cultural attraction that showcases the integration of cultural tourism with the "culture + technology" model.  [Photo/WeChat account: qdweishinan]

The Qingdao Sea Palace sits on the coast of Qingdao in East China's Shandong province. It is a white dome-shaped building with a unique design, making it one of the most recognizable landmarks in Qingdao Bay.

The Forbidden City Cultural and Creative Store of Qingdao, located inside the Qingdao Sea Palace, is a large cultural attraction that showcases the integration of cultural tourism with the "culture + technology" model.

The Forbidden City, the world's largest remaining palace complex, represents the pinnacle of ancient Chinese urban construction and architecture. Twenty-four emperors lived in the Forbidden City during the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties. Within its 720,000-square-meter area are 1,050 ancient buildings.

The store showcases cultural and creative products commonly seen in the Forbidden City. It integrates core cultural elements of the palace with modern aesthetics and provides a diversified cultural experience for visitors.

An array of cultural and creative products is displayed on the first floor of the Forbidden City Cultural and Creative Store of Qingdao, including pottery, paintings, and calligraphy.

In addition, Forbidden City-themed cosmetics such as lipstick and foundation are also available for purchase.

In addition, visitors can enjoy some coffee and read a book while admiring some beautiful ocean views at the store's Haituo Cafe on the first floor.

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The store showcases cultural and creative products commonly seen in the Forbidden City. [Photo/WeChat account: qdweishinan]