The Vermillion Steps Bridge at the Temple of Heave : Stock Photo
This is a wide shot of the Temple of Heaven, including one of its freshly cut lawns. The temple was built in the southeastern part of Beijing in the 15th century and was used for annual ceremonies of prayer to Heaven for good harvest.


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The Vermillion Steps Bridge at the Temple of Heave

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Andrew Rowat
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This is a wide shot of the Temple of Heaven, including one of its freshly cut lawns. The temple was built in the southeastern part of Beijing in the 15th century and was used for annual ceremonies of prayer to Heaven for good harvest.
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157854118
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The Vermillion Steps Bridge At The Temple Of Heave Stock Photo 157854118Beijing,Chinese Culture,Capital Cities,Clear Sky,Colour Image,Day,Facade,Horizontal,International Landmark,Lanna,Lawn,No People,Outdoors,Photography,Relaxation,Spirituality,Sunlight,Sunny,Temple Of Heaven,Tranquility,Tree,Zen-like,cultualPhotographer Collection: Stone � 2007 Andrew Rowat. All Rights Reserved.This is a wide shot of the Temple of Heaven, including one of its freshly cut lawns. The temple was built in the southeastern part of Beijing in the 15th century and was used for annual ceremonies of prayer to Heaven for good harvest.