Zǐjìnchéng Wǔdāngshān

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The Purple Palace on Wudangshan, designed to be a mirror of the Gugong in Beijing. Built, like most of the other superfluous structures on Wudangshan, by the Ming emperor in a debauchery of spending for immortality. This palace necer meant to be for mortal emperors....more like a funeral home for the emperor when he became an immortal.

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