Open doors to Forbidden City
At the moment (2009) Manel Clemente is working in a creative photogaphic project, World Souvenir. The author is making an anthropological reseach about urban and cultural tourism around the world.
These pictures below are part of the work Beijing Souvenir. They show the Forbidden City, the most important sight in Beijing, China. The Palace Museum -as is named nowadays- is visited by millions of Chinese tourists every year.



General view from the Hall of Supreme Harmony
Gate of Supreme Harmony, tourist group
Tourists taking photos in front of the Hall of Supreme Harmony
Tourists taking photos in front of the Male Guardian Lion
Tourists taking photos in front of the Male Guardian Lion
Tourists taking photos
Tourists checking their photos
Tourists taking photos
Tourists taking photos
Tourists taking photos
Tourists reading some information about the Hall of Celestial Purity
Tourists trying to have a look  at the Hall of Celestial Purity
Tourist taking a photo in front of a decorated doorway
Little girl taking a photo of her mother in front of a decorated doorway
General view of the Second Courtyard before closing at the end of the day
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