China’s Forbidden City opens to the general public at night for the first time in 94 years; Anna Fifield; Washington Post

Only 6,000 people over two nights will be allowed into the UNESCO World Heritage site for a light show to mark the Lantern Festival, signaling the end of the Lunar New Year holiday.

Source: China’s Forbidden City opens to the general public at night for the first time in 94 years

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