Forbidden City Beijing
Forbidden City was begun to take place. The overall construction of the Forbidden City had lasted for about 15 years. Upon year 1420, this huge and magnificent palace which becomes one of the top destinations with the highest cultural value in China was accomplished.
Ever since the Qin Dynasty (221 BC-206 BC), the emperors used to call their palaces as Zigong, which carried the meaning of the residential place of the emperors. Zigong is actually one of the branches of Chinese astrology which is commonly used in Chinese Lunar Calendar. Zigong is also known as Ziheng and Ziweigong which means the overall 15 stars which surround the North Star. The ancient Chinese believe that the emperors were God who was dispatched by the Heaven to rule the world. Since the North Star is always remained its position on the North and would never moves, so, the Polaris is also named as the Emperor Star. For the same reason, Zigong as the surrounding celestial region which it belongs to was used as the name for the earthly counterpart of the emperor in the world to highlight the solemn and sacred of the emperors.