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宜昌市中心人民医院男科预约宜昌人民医院割包皮故宫英文导游词 -- ::00 来源: 故宫英文导游词故宫又称紫禁城,是现今中国保存最好最大的皇宫故宫建于公元年,明朝永乐年间,花了年才建成真正住在故宫的第一位统治者是明朝的朱棣(in front of the meridian gate)ladies and gentlemen:i am pleased to serve as your guide today.this is the palace museum; also know as the purple bidden city. it is the largest and most well reserved imperial residence in china today. under ming emperor yongle, construction began in . it took years to build the bidden city. the first ruler who actually lived here was ming emperor zhudi. five centuries thereafter, it continued to be the residence of3 successive emperors until 19 when qing emperor puyi was ced to abdicate the throne. in 1987, the ed nations educational, scientific and cultural organization recognized the bidden city was a world cultural legacy.it is believed that the palace museum, or zi jin cheng (purple bidden city), got its name from astronomy folklore, the ancient astronomers divided the constellations into groups and centered them around the ziwei yuan (north star) . the constellation containing the north star was called the constellation of heavenly god and star itself was called the purple palace. because the emperor was supposedly the son of the heavenly gods, his central and dominant position would be further highlighted the use of the word purple in the name of his residence. in folklore, the term “an eastern purple cloud is drifting” became a metaphor auspicious events after a purple cloud was seen drifting eastward immediately bee the arrival of an ancient philosopher, laozi, to the hanghu pass. here, purple is associated with auspicious developments. the word jin (bidden) is self-explanatory as the imperial palace was heavily guarded and off-explanatory as the imperial palace was heavily guarded and off-limits to ordinary people.the red and yellow used on the palace walls and roofs are also symbolic. red represents happiness, good tune and wealth. yellow is the color of the earth on the loess plateau, the original home of the chinese people. yellow became an imperial color during the tang dynasty, when only members of the royal family were allowed to wear it and use it in their architectur.the bidden city is rectangular in shape. it is 960 meters long from north to south and 750 meter wide from east west. it has 9,900 rooms under a total roof area 0,000 square meters. a 5-meter-wide-moat encircles a 9. 9-meter—high wall which encloses the complex. octagon —shaped turrets rest on the four corners of the wall. there are four entrances into the city: the meridian gate to the south, the shenwu gate (gate of military prowess) to the north, and the xihua gate (gate of military prowess) to the north, and the xihua gate (western flowery gate ) to the west, the donghua (eastern flowery gate) to the east.manpower and materials throughout the country were used to build the bidden city. a total of 30,000 artisans and one million laborers were employed. marble was quarried from fangshan country mount pan in jixian county in hebei province. granite was quarried in quyang county in hebei province. paving blocks were fired in kilns in suzhou in southern china. bricks and scarlet pigmentation used on the palatial walls came from linqing in shandong province. timber was cut, processed and hauled from the northwestern and southern regions. the structure in front of us is the meridian gate. it is the main entrance to the bidden city. it is also knows as wufenglou (five-phoenix tower). ming emperors held lavish banquets here on the th day of the first month of the chinese lunar year in honor of their counties. they also used this place punishing officials by flogging them with sticks.qing emperors used this building to announce the beginning of the new year. qing emperor qianlong changed the original name of this announcement ceremony from ban li (announcement of calendar) to ban shou (announcement of new moon) to avoid coincidental association with another emperor's name, hongli, which was considered a taboo at that time. qing dynasty emperors also used this place to hold audience and other important ceremonies. example, when the imperial army returned victoriously from the battlefield, it was here that the emperor presided over the ceremony to accept prisoners of war.(after entering the meridian gate and standing in front of the five marble bridges on golden water river)now we are inside the bidden city. bee we start our tour, i would like to briefly introduce you to the architectural patterns bee us. to complete this solemn, magnificent and palatial complex, a variety of buildings were arranged on a north-south axis, and 8-kilometer-long invisible line that has become an inseparable part of the city of beijing. the bidden city covers roughly one –third of this central axis. most of the important buildings in the bidden city were arranged along this line. the design and arrangement of the palaces reflect the solemn dignity of the royal court and rigidly –stratified feudal system.the bidden city is divided into an outer and an inner count. we are now standing on the southernmost part of the outer count. in front of us lies the gate of supreme harmony. the gate is guarded by a pair of bronze lions, symbolizing imperial power and dignity. the lions were the most exquisite and biggest of its kind. the one on the east playing with a ball is a male, and ball is said to represent state y. the other one is a female. underneath one of its e claws is a cub that is considered to be a symbol of perpetual imperial succession. the winding brook bee us is the golden water river. it functions both as decoration and fire control. the five bridges spanning the river represent the five virtues preached by confucius: benevolence, righteousness, rites, intelligence and fidelity. the river takes the shape of a bow and the north-south axis is its arrow. this was meant to show that the emperors ruled the country on behalf of god. (in front of the gate of supreme harmony)the bidden city consists of an outer courtyard and an inner enclosure. the out count yard covers a vast space lying between the meridian gate and the gate of heavenly purity. the “three big halls” of supreme harmony, complete harmony and preserving harmony constitute the center of this building group. flanking them in bilateral symmetry are two groups of palaces: wenhua (prominent scholars) and wuying (brave warriors). the three great halls are built on a spacious “h”-shaped, 8-meter-high, triple marble terrace, each level of the triple terrace is taller than the on below and all are encircled by marble balustrades carved with dragon and phoenix designs. there are three carved stone staircases linking the three architectures. the hall of supreme harmony is also the tallest and most exquisite ancient wooden-structured mansion in all of china. from the palace of heavenly purity northward is what is known as the inner court, which is also built in bilaterally symmetrical patterns. in the center are the palace of heavenly purity, the hall of union and peace and palace of earthly tranquility, a place where the emperors lived with their families and attended to state affairs. flanking these structures are palaces and halls in which concubines and princes lived. there are also three botanical gardens within the inner count, namely, the imperial garden, caning garden and quailing garden. an inner golden water river flows eastwardly within the inner court. the brook winds through three minor halls or palaces and leads out of the bidden city. it is spanned by the white jade bridge. the river is lined with winding, marble –carved balustrades. most of the structures within the bidden city have yellow glazed tile roofs.aside from giving prominence to the north-south axis, other architectural methods were applied to make every group of palatial structures unique in terms of terraces, roofs, mythical monsters perching on the roofs and colored, drawing patterns. with these, the grand contour and different hierarchic spectrum of the complex were strengthened. folklore has it that there are altogether 9,999 room-s in the bidden city. since paradise only has ,000 rooms, the son of heaven on earth cut the number by half a room. it is also rumoured that this half –room is located to the west of the wenyuange pavilion (imperial library) . as a matter of fact, although the bidden city has more than 9,000 room-s, this half-room is nonexistent. the wenyuange pavilion is a library where “si ku quan shu”- china's first comprehensive anthology-was stored.(after walking past the gate of supreme harmony)ladies and gentlemen, the great hall we are approaching is the hall of supreme harmony, the biggest and tallest of its king in the bidden city. this structure covers a total building space of ,377 square meters, and is know its upturned, multiple counterpart eaves. the hall of supreme harmony sits on a triple “h”-shaped marble terrace is 8 meters high and linked by staircases. the staircase on the ground floor has 1 steps while the middle and upper stairways each have 9.the construction of the hall of supreme harmony began in . it burned down three times and was severely damaged once during a mutiny. the existing architecture was built during the qing dynasty. on the corners of the eaves a line of animal-nails were usually fastened to the tiles. these animal-nails were later replace with mythical animals to ward off evil spirits. there are altogether 9 such fasteners on top of this hall. the number nine was regarded by the ancients to be the largest numeral accessible to man and to which only the emperors were entitled.there was a total of successive emperors during the ming and qing dynasties who were enthroned here. the ball was also used ceremonies which marked other great occasions: the winter solstice, the chinese lunar new year, the emperor's birthday, conferral of the title of empress, the announcement of new laws and policies, and dispatches of generals to war. on such occasions, the emperor would hold audience his court officials and receive their tributes. this area is called the hall of supreme harmony square, which covers a total of 30,000 square meters, without a single tree or plant growing here, this place inspires visitors to feel its solemnity and grandeur. in the middle of the square there is a carriageway that was reserved the emperor. on both sides of the road the ground bricks were laid in a special way seven layers lengthwise and eight layers crosswise, making up fifteen layers in all. the purpose of this was to prevent anyone from tunneling his way into the palace. in the count yard there are iron vats storing water to fight fires. in the whole complex there are altogether 3 water vats. in wintertime, charcoal was burned underneath the vats to keep the water from freezing. why so vast a square? it was designed to impress people with the hall's grandeur and vastness. imagine the following scene. under the clear blue sky, the yellow glazed tiles shimmered as the cloud-like layers of terrace, coupled with the curling veil of burning incense, transmed the hall of supreme harmony into a fairyland. whenever major ceremonies were held, the glazed, crane-shaped candleholders inside the hall would be it, and incense and pine branches burnt in front of the hall. when the emperor appeared, drums were beaten and musical instrument played. civilian officials and generals would kneel know in submission.the last qing emperor puyi assumed the throne in 19, at the age of three, his father carried him to the throne. at the start of the coronation, the sudden drum-beating and loud music caught the young emperor unprepared. he was so scared that he kept crying and shouting, “i don't want to stay here. i want to go home.” his father tried to soothe him, saying, “it'll all soon be finished. it'll all soon be finished” the ministers present at the event considered this incident inauspicious. coincidentally, the qing dynasty collapsed three years later and there with concluded china’s feudal system that had lasted more than ,000 years.(on the stone terrace of the hall of supreme harmony)this is a bronze incense burner. in it incense made of sandalwood would be burnt on important occasions. there are altogether 18 incense burners, representing all of the provinces under the rule of the sing monarchs. on either side of the hall, bronze water-filled vats were placed in case of fire. next to the terrace on either side, there is a bronze crane and tortoise, symbols of longevity. this copper-cast grain measure is called “jialiang.” it served as the national standard during the qing dynasty. it was meant to show that the imperial ruler were just and open to rectification. on the other side there is a stone sundial, an ancient timepiece. the jialiang and the sundial were probably meant to show what the emperor represented: that he was the only person who should possess the standards of both measure and time.in the very efront of the hall of supreme harmony, there are scarlet, round pillars supporting the roof. the hall is 63 meters from east to west and 37 meters from north to south. it is 35 meters in height. in front of this architecture, there stands a triple terrace with five staircases leading up to the main entrance. it has 0 gold doors and gold-key windows with colored drawings on the pillars and beams. in the middle of the hall, a throne carved with 9 dragons sits on a -meter-high platm. behind the throne there is a golden screen and in front of it, there is an imperial desk. the flanks are decorated with elephants, luduan (a legendary beast), cranes, and incense barrels. the elephant carries a vase on its back that holds five cereals (i. e. rice, two kinds of millet, wheat and beans), which was considered a symbol of prosperity. as ancient legend has it that luduan can travel 18,000 li (9,000 kilometers ) in one day and knows all languages and dialects. only to a wise adjust monarch will this beast be a guardian. the hall of supreme harmony is also popularly known as jinluan dian (gold bell hall or the throne hall). the floor of the hall is laid with bricks that turn it into a smooth, fine surface as if water has been sprinkled on it. the so-called golden brick, in fact, has nothing to do with gold. reserved exclusively the construction of the royal court, it was made in a secretive, and complex way, and, when struck, sounds like the clink of a gold bar. each brick was worth the market price of one dan (or one hectoliter) of rice.the hall is supported by a total of 7 thick pillars. of these, 6 are carved in dragon patterns and painted with gold and surround the throne. above the very center of this hall there is a zaojing, or covered ceiling, which is one of the specialities of china's ancient architecture. in the middle of the ceiling is a design of a dragon playing with a ball inlaid with peals. this copper ball, hollow inside and covered with mercury, is known as the xuanyuan mirror and is thought to be made xuanyuan, a legendary monarch dating back to remote antiquity. the placing of the caisson above the throne is meant to suggest that all of china's successive emperors are zuanyuan's descendants and hereditary heirs. now you might have noticed that the xuanyuan mirror is not directly above the throne. why? it is rumored that yuan shikai, a self-acclaimed warlord-turned emperor moved the throne further back because he was afraid that the mirror might fall on him. in 19 when yuan shikai became emperor, he removed the original throne with a western-style , high-back chair. after the foundation of the people's republic of china in 199 the throne was found in a shabby furniture warehouse. it repaired and returned to the hall.(leading the tourist to the bronze vats either on the east or the west)the water vats in front of the palaces or house were called “menhai,” or sea bee the door by the ancient chinese. they believed that with a sea by the door, fire could not wreak havoc. the vats served both as a decoration and as a fire extinguisher. they were kept full of water all year round.during the qing dynasty, they were altogether 3 vats in the palace enclosure. they were made of gilt bronze or iron. of course, the gilt bronze vats were of the best quality. when the allied ces (britain, germany, france, russia, the ed states, italy, japan and austria) invaded beijing in 1900 under the pretext of suppressing the boxer rebellion, the invaders ransacked the imperial compound and scraped and gold off the vats with their bayonets. during the japanese occupation of beijing, many vats were trucked away by the japanese to be made into bullets.(in front of the hall of complete harmony)the square architecture bee us is called the hall of complete harmony. it served as an antechamber. the emperor came here to meet with his countiers and add his final touches to the prayers which would be at the ancestral temple. the seeds, snowers and prayer intended spring sowing were also examined here. the two qing sedan chairs here on display were used traveling within the palace during the reign of emperor qianlong. (in front of the hall f preserving harmony)this is the hall of preserving harmony. during the qing dynasty, banquets were held here on new year's eve in honour of mongolian and northwestern china's xingjiang princes and ranking officials. the emperor also dinned here with his new son-in-law on the wedding day. imperial examinations were also held here once every three years. during the ming and qing dynasties, there were three levels of exams: the county and prefectural level, the provincial level and national level. the national exam was presided over by the emperor. the civil service exam in ancient china started during the han dynasty. it served the purpose of recruiting confucian scholars to the ministers and high officials. during the tang and qing dynasties reinstituted and ancient system. once every three years, three hundred scholars from all over the country came to beijing and took exams three day and night. this system was abolished in 19.(behind the hall of preserving harmony)this is the largest stone carving in the palace. it is . 73 meters long, 3. meters wide and 1. 7 meters thick. it weighs about 0 tons. the block was quarried in fangshan county, roughly 70 kilometers away. to transport such a huge block to beijing, laborers dug wells along the roadside half a kilometer apart, and used the groundwater to make a road of ice in the winter. rolling blocks were used in the summer. in 60, emperor qianlong of the qing dynasty ordered the carving of the existing cloud and dragon design in place of the old one which dated back to the ming dynasty.note : from here, the tour can be conducted via three different routes: a western route (route a), a central route (route b) or an eastern route (route c) . the commentary each follows.route aladies and gentlemen:you have seen the three main halls of the bidden city. now i 'd like to show you around the hall of mental cultivation and the imperial garden. the hall of mental cultivation is situated is in the western part of the innermost enclosure and is symmetrical to fengxian (enshrinement of ebears) hall in the east. this hall was built during the ming dynasty. it is a h-shaped structure consisting of an antechamber and a main building. the hall is surrounded by corridors. in front of the hall is the office of privy council.bee emperor kangxi of qing the dynasty came to power the hall of heavenly purity served as the living quarter of the emperors. emperor yongzheng chose to live in this hall and attended to every day state affairs from here. the sake of protecting cultural relics, this hall is not open to the public. you can have a look at the inside from the door. the central hall was the audience chamber where the emperor memorials, granted audience to officials and summoned his minsters consultation. the western chamber of the hall was where the emperor reports and discussed military and political affairs. the hall consists of many inner rooms and is decorated with images of buddha and miniature pagodas. on the screen wall there hangs a picture of two emperors in the han costume. in a southern room there three rare calligraphic scrolls, hence the name of the room “sanxitang” (room of three rare treasures) . the room on the eastern side is of historical interest because it was here that empress dowager cixi usurped power and made decisions on behalf of the young emperor. a bamboo curtain was used to separate them. empress dowage cixi was born in 1835 in lu'an prefecture of shanxi province. she's of manchurian nationality and her father was a provincial governor from south china. when she was years old, she was selected to become a concubine of emperor xianfeng and moved into the bidden city. she gave birth to a son when she was 1years old and was made a concubine the following year. when the emperor passed away in the summer of 1861, her son ascended the throne and title of cixi, meaning “holy mother” was conferred upon her and she became the empress dowager. in that same year empress dowager cixi carried out a count coup d'etat and ruled behind the scenes with another empress dowager, ci'an, 8 years. she passed away in 19 at the age of 73. it was in reference to this situation that the term “attending to state affairs behind a bamboo curtain” developed. in 19, empress dowager longyu declared the abdication of the last qing emperor puyi. they were allowed to remain in the bidden city the next years. the royal family was ced to move out permanently in 19.behind the central hall were the living accommodation of 8 successive qing emperors. three of them actually passed away here. the side rooms flanking the hall were reserved empresses and concubines. now let's continue with our tour. it will take us to the hall of heavenly purity, the hall of union and peace, the palace of earthly tranquility, and the imperial garden.route b(inside the hall of heavenly purity)ladies and gentlemen:we are now entering the inner court. from the gate of heavenly purity northward lies the inner court where the emperors and empresses once lived. the hall of heavenly purity is the central hall of the inner court, and was completed during the reign of emperor yongle of the ming dynasty. there are pillars supporting the entire structure and the hall is meters in height. in the center of the hall there is a throne. above it hangs a plaque with an inscription that s “be open and above-board,” written by shenzhi, the first emperor of the qing dynasty. beginning with qianlong's reign, the name of the successor to the throne was not publicly announced. instead, it was written on two pieces of paper, one to be kept on the emperor's person throughout his reign, and the other placed in a small strongbox that was stored behind his plaque. the box was opened only after the emperor passed away. altogether there where emperors who ascended the throne in this way, namely qianlong, jiaqing, daoguang and xian feng.the hall of heavenly purity was where the emperors lived during the ming and qing dynasties. according to tradition, extravagant annual banquets were held here on new year's eve in honour of royal family members. eign ambassadors were received here during the late-qing period. two important “one thousand old men's feasts” of the qing dynasty were also held here. all the invitees had to be at least 65 years of age. this hall was also used mourning services. (inside the palace of union and peace)this hall sits between the hall of heavenly purity and the palace of earthly tranquility, symbolizing the union of heaven and earth, as well as national peace. it was first built in and reconstructed in 98. the hall is square in shape, and is smaller than the hall of complete harmony. you will see a plaque here inscribed with two chinese characters, wu wei, which were handwritten by emperor qianlong. a throne sits in the middle of the hall with a screen behind it. above the throne there hangs a caisson, or covered ceiling. the emperor held birthday celebrations and other major events here.in 8 during emperor qianlong's reign, 5 jade seals representing imperial authority were kept in this hall. no seals were allowed out of the room without the prior consent of the emperor. on each flack there is a water clock and a chiming clock.(inside the palace of earthly tranquility)this used to be the central hall where successive ming empresses lived. during the qing dynasty, it was converted into a place where sacrifices and wedding ceremonies were held. the room on the western side was used sacrifices and the room on the east was the seeding chamber.route cladies and gentlemen:you have seen the three main halls of the bidden city. now i'd like to show you around scenes of interest along the eastern route. the first is the treasure hall. this mansion is called the hall of imperial zenith. this is where sing emperor quailing lived after abdication. nearly 1,000 artifacts and treasures are on display here, among which the golden hair tower is one of the most famous. this tower is 1. 53meters in height and its base is 0.53 meters in circumference. it was built under the order of emperor quailing to be used to collect fallen hair in commemoration of his mother. there is also a “day harnessing water jade hill” on display here. yu was a legendary monarch of the remote ixia dynasty. under his leadership, the people learned how to harness the yellow river. this jade assemblage, centimeters in height and 5 tons in weight, is the largest jade artwork in china. this mat was woven with peeled ivory. these artifacts are among china's rarest treasures. (in front of the nine-dragon screen)this is the nine-dragon relief screen. erected in 73,it is 3.5 meters in height and 9. meters in width. underneath is a foundation made of marble. the surface of the screen is laid with a total of 70 colored, glazed tiles in the design of 9 dragons, some rocky mountains, clouds and the sea. it was meant to ward off evil spirits the ancient chinese regarded 9 dragons, some rocky mountains, clouds and the sea. it was meant to ward off evil spirits. the ancient chinese regarded 9 as the largest numeral and the dragon as a auspicious beast. the 9 dragons are different in color and posture and all are made of glazed tiles. interestingly a piece of the third dragon from the left is made of wood. it is believe that when the nine-dragon screen was almost finished, a piece of glazed tile was damaged. emperor qianlong was scheduled to inspect the work the following day. using quick wits, the craftsman in question molded the missing piece with clay and sailed through the imperial inspection. later, he asked a carpenter to carve a wooden one to replace the one made of clay.(approaching the imperial garden)behind the palace of earthly tranquility and trading the north-south axis is the imperial garden. there are old trees, rare flowers and exotic rock mation in this garden. it cover a space of ,700 square meters, or roughly 1. 7 percent of the bidden city. most of the structures in the garden are symmetrically arranged. however, each is different in terms of pattern and decoration. woods clumps of bamboo screen off the garden and strengthens its deep and serene atmosphere.there main structure of the imperial garden is the qin'an hall. positioned in the central-northern part of the garden, this hall is flanked by other halls and pavilions on the east and west. the hall sits on a marble pedestal. the taoist deity of zhenwu is enshrined here and emperor would pay homage here a quarterly basis. taoist rites were held during the reign of emperor jiajing of the ming dynasty. in front of the hall there is a cypress that is 00 years old. in all there are a dozen such rare trees in the garden, and most of them are cypresses or pines. to the northwest of the hall, there is the yanhui (sustaining sunshine) pavilion and to the northeast there lies the duixiu (accumulated refinement) hill. this hill was built over the foundation of the guanhua (admiring flowers) hall of the ming dynasty. it is meters in height and made of al kinds of rocks quarried in jiangsu province. at its base stand two stone lions, each carrying a dragon shooting water meters up into the air from its mouth. there are meandering paths leading to the hilltop. at the top of duixiu hill sits the yujing (imperial viewing) pavilion. traditionally, on the day of the double ninth festival (the ninth day of the ninth lunar month), the emperor, his consort, and his concubines would climb up to yujing pavilion to enjoy the scenery. at the southeastern corner of the garden is jiangxue (crimson snowy) verandah. nearby to the southwest lies yangxing study (study of the cultivation of nature). the yangxing study was used as a royal library during the reign of emperor qianlong of the qing dynasty. the last emperor of the qing dynasty, puyi once studied english there. in front of the jiangxue verandah some chinese flowering crabapples grow. the structure got its name from the crabapples who blossoms from crimson to snowy white. in front of the verandah, there grows a rare flower that was brought from henna province under the order of empress dowager cixi. in the northeast is chizao tang (hall of using flowery language), once used as a library where rare books were stored.there are also specific pavilions symbolizing the four seasons. the halls of wanchun and qianqiu, representing spring and autumn respectively, are square in shape and are coupled with multiple eaves and bell-shape and are coupled with multiple eaves and bell-shaped ridges. the halls of chengrui and fubi, dedicated to winter and summer, are characterized by two verandahs and bridges at their bases. paths were paved with colorful pebbles and arranged in 900 different designs.the imperial garden can be accessed through the qiong yuan (jade garden ) west gate or the qiong yuan east gate. a third gate, the shunzhen (obedience and fidelity) gate, opens to the north. its doors are laid in glazed tiles and it was only used by the empress or concubines.as our tour of the bidden city draws to a close, i hope that i have helped you understand why the palace is a treasure of china and one of the cultural relics of the world. it is under the strict protection of the chinese government. since 199 when the people's republic of china was founded, nearly one trillion rmb was spent on its restoration and refurbishment. the bidden city has undergone four major facelifts to date. each year, the government earmarks a large sum to gather, sort and study cultural relics. the palace now contains a total of 930,000 cultural relics. well, so much today. let's go to board the coach. thank you! 故宫英文导游词宜昌猇亭区前列腺炎多少钱 盘点全球十大灵异酒店 你敢挑战吗? -- :55: 来源:   1. Langham Hotel in London   英国伦敦朗廷酒店   这座位于伦敦西区的上等区的五星级酒店,受到了众多名人雅士的追捧,包括乔治-奥威尔、马克-吐温和赛缪尔-戴高乐然而,这家旅馆的最吸引人的却是它许多超自然的现象的发生第一次将该酒店“闹鬼”事件公之于众的是一位二战后就职于英国广播公司(B)的记者,他声称自己看到了拿破仑三世和一位德国王子的鬼魂,后者曾从该酒店楼跃下身亡朗廷酒店的333号房间据说是鬼魂们最钟爱的聚会之地   . The Russell Hotel, Sydney, Australia   澳洲雪梨罗素酒店   这是一座依附岩石且毗邻环形码头的古老酒店,相传这里久居着一位殖民者时期勇敢水手的鬼魂有曾在这里待了8天的客人描述,每天晚上睡觉时,有一位水手会在他们床前盯着他们看,并且会经常游荡于走廊,直至消失在雾色中   3. Hotel del Coronado, San Diego, US   美国圣地亚哥柯洛那多饭店   美国圣地亚哥柯洛那多饭店占据了圣地亚哥亩太平洋海岸线的黄金之地,这座奢华的度假胜地不仅美丽,而且神秘,长期以来都深深地被谋杀谜团所笼罩相传189年月,年轻女房客凯特-根被发现陈尸梯间,客人至今仍会投诉一些奇怪的噪音和诡异的幻影凯特-根的房间至今仍然谢绝参观入住   . Fairmont Banff Springs in Banff Springs, AlbertaCanada   加拿大班夫费尔蒙班夫温泉饭店   该酒店坐落于风景如画的落基山脉,“驻扎”在此的鬼魂据说是一位前饭店员工务员山姆-麦考利在1967年退休后离世,但在一些客人和员工的视线里他经常会出现,身着制帮客人拎包入住,仿佛从未离开!一位在婚礼当日死于宾馆的新娘,也经常被看见游荡于宾馆的庭院中   5. Ballygally Castle Hotel, Larne, Northern Ireland   北爱尔兰拉恩巴利葛里城堡旅馆   在被改造成酒店之前,这座始建于5年的Ballygally城堡的女主人是伊泽贝尔-肖,现在她依然顽皮地和客人们玩着敲门然后跑开的恶作剧伊泽贝尔·肖是被她的丈夫反锁在卧室内饥饿而亡的   6. Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Hollywood, USA   美国好莱坞罗斯福饭店   在199年那场著名的奥斯卡颁奖典礼后,一些名流之客依旧在这里继续着他们的狂欢著名影星玛丽莲梦露是这所酒店的忠实“粉丝”,还有早在1966年逝世的蒙哥马利-克利夫特,经常被看到在他的老房子里玩铜管乐器   7. Hotel El Convento, San Juan, Puerto Rico   波多黎各圣胡安康凡多旅馆   这里原先的主人是一位在战时的寡妇西班牙贵族多娜-安娜,后入教成为一名修女,而后在1960年这里演变成旅店,直至1995年才成为一所酒店怪异刺耳的声音和修女的衣经常会被发现,而有些客人如果入睡太晚,就会被多娜-安娜叫醒并责怪他们睡太迟了   8. Hotel Burchianti, Florence, Italy   意大利佛罗伦萨蒲齐安蒂旅馆   在世纪中前期,这里是艺术家、音乐家和政治家的梦幻之地但现在蒲齐安蒂旅馆已经充斥了太多的鬼魂谣言这或许不是最让人毛骨悚然的灵异故事,但客人们看到了一个小孩一跃跳过两个走廊,一位幻影女士编织一把椅子这里的故事并没有上述的那么简单,亲身经历的客人们讲述起来依然会背后发寒   9. Stanley Hotel, Colorado, USA   美国科罗拉多州史丹利饭店   该酒店于19年开业,在酒店可以看到落基山的全景美国经典恐怖电影《闪灵就是在这家酒店拍的,它也名声鼎沸据说这部电影是以小说家Stephen King"s在Stanley酒店入住时的灵异事件为基础创作出来的:在King"s离开房间时候,他的手提箱自己神秘地打开了   . Grand Hyatt Hotel, Taipei, Taiwan   台北君悦饭店   台北君悦饭店坐落于台北的商业中心,它因为经常闹鬼而出名这个酒店的所在地曾经是战争时期的一家监狱,当时许多囚犯都在这里被处决,从那以后君悦饭店就成为了这些鬼魂的居所为了驱散与这些长期逗留的可恶鬼魂,酒店在入口放置了一部中国佛经,同时在酒店大厅有许多宗教卷纸装饰 灵异 酒店 全球苏珊的生日party -- :51: 来源: Today is my friend Susan's birthday. She is nine years old. There is a birthday party in the evening.Susan's friends are in her home now. Look! Mary is listening to the music. And Tom is drinking orange juice. Jack and Sam are playing cards on the floor. Lily and Amy are watching TV. Someone is knocking at the door. It's Henry. He brings a big teddy bear Susan. The teddy bear is yellow. Susan is very happy. All the children are happy. They sing a birthday song Susan.今天是我的朋友苏珊的生日她九岁了晚上会举办一个生日party现在苏珊的朋友都来她们家里看,玛丽在听音乐汤姆在喝橘子汁杰克和萨姆在地上玩纸牌有人敲门了,是亨利他给苏珊带来了一个大的泰迪熊娃娃泰迪熊是黄色的苏珊很高兴所有的孩子都很高兴他们唱生日歌给苏珊听宜昌市中医院治疗睾丸炎多少钱

湖北宜昌治疗男性不育多少钱神秘世界文化奇观埃及金字塔英文介绍 --01 :: 来源: 神秘世界文化奇观埃及金字塔英文介绍 埃及金字塔建于公元前631-98年,由一群金字塔组成,古代世界七大奇迹之一Built between 631-98 , the Great Pyramids of Giza is a group of pyramids in the Giza Necropolis bordering on what is now El Giza, Egypt. The group is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the only one to remain largely intact.The site is composed of three major pyramids, including Khufu, Khafra and Menkaura, the Great Sphinx and several smaller pyramids. It is said that it took 0,000 labors and 30 years to complete their construction. How they designed and built such enormous and elegant objects in undeveloped ancient times remains much of a mystery to this day. 埃及金字塔英文介绍宜昌西陵区治疗阳痿哪家医院最好 《大话西游经典英文电影台词 --7 :30: 来源: 《大话西游经典英文电影台词1.曾经有一段真挚的爱情摆在我的面前,我却没有珍惜,直到失去才追悔莫及.人世间最大的痛苦莫过于此.如果上天再给我一次机会的话,我一定会对那女孩说三个字:我爱你.如果非要在这段爱情前加个期限的话,我希望是一万年.I have had my best love bee, but I didn’t treasure her. When I lost her, I fell regretful. It is the most painful matter in this world. If God can give me another chance, I will say 3 words to her --- I love you. If you have to give a time limit to this love, I hope it is thousand years..你又在吓我 You scare me again.3.莫非是一家黑店? Is this a slaughter house?.长夜漫漫,无心睡眠It\'s a long night, no mood to sleep.  5.如果不能跟我喜欢的人在一起,就算让我做玉皇大帝我也不会开心If I can\'t be with the one who I love, I won\'t be happyeven if I were Heaven Emperor.  6.要不要我把心掏出来给你看看啊?Should I show you my heart?  7.可惜快乐永远都是短暂的,换来的只是无穷无尽的痛苦和长叹But happiness is always a flash of time. We only haveendless pain.  8.有一天当你发觉你爱上一个让你讨厌的人,这段感情才是最要命的When you discover that you’ve fallen in love with a man you hate, this affair is really hurting you.  9.可我怎会爱上一个我讨厌的人呢?请你给我一个理由好不好?拜托!But how can I fall in love with a person I hate? Please give me a reason, please!  .爱一个人需要理由吗?不需要吗?需要吗?We don\'t need any reason to love a person. Don\'t we? Do we?  .你有多少兄弟?你父母尚在吗?你说句话啊!我只是想在临死之前多交一个朋友而已.How many brothers and sisters do you have? Are your parents alive? Speak up! I just want to make a new friendwhen I\'m going to die.  .所以说做妖就像做人一样,要有仁慈的心,有了仁慈的心,就不再是妖,是人妖.Being a devil is the same as being a human. We should be kind. If we are kind, we are not a devil, we are a hybrid.  .爱一个人是痛苦的 Love means pain.  .这样的话只是得到我的肉体,并不能得到我的灵魂You can just get my body instead of my spirit.  .你想要啊?你想要就说吧,你不说我怎么知道你想要呢?You want? Speak up if you want! Why do you keep silent? 大话西游 经典英文电影台词兴山县治疗性功能障碍多少钱

当阳市人民中妇幼保健医院不孕不育多少钱日常聊天口语对话篇:(5)少年与性Teen Sex-- :7:1 Dr. Rosen:: 8% of high school girls and 61% of boys are sexually active in the U.S.Mrs. Smith: It is amazing how many teens are having sex (发生性关系)in the 90s. Our country has become totally promiscuous(男女关系混乱的). I understand that nearly one million teenage girls become pregnant each year.Dr. Rosen: That's true. But America wasn't always this way. When I was a boy, teen pregnancy was almost unheard of. And if a girl did become pregnant, she was ostracized(受到排斥的). Rampant promiscuity in our society has only been around since the mid 1960's. That when the so-called "sexual revolution" began.Mrs. Smith: Yes, I've heard about it even though I was just kid during the 60s. Things are certainly different now. Today, nobody even blinks(眨眼) when they hear about someone becoming pregnant. Dr. Rosen: That's because it's become an "everyday thing."Mrs. Smith: What really bothers me, is that all these young, unmarried mothers are all on welfare, and it's you and I who are paying them sowing their wild oats(播种野燕麦,比喻性生活放荡). Dr. Rosen: I would have to agree. What's worse, is that it doesn't stop there. Sexually active teens are far more likely than those who have never had sex to practice a number of self-destructive behaviors including drug and alcohol abuse(吸毒酗酒), school delinquency(青少年学生犯罪), even suicide. We tend to look at these problems in isolation, but studies show that they are usually connected to each other.Mrs. Smith: But what can a parent do these days? I mean, most parents have no idea what their kids are doing. many, don't care.Dr. Rosen: I think most parents can sense changes in their teen, especially when something is wrong. Sex by age may reflect a "risk-taking profile."(冒险的特性) If a parent suspects their teen are sexually active, they should seriously consider getting help their teen.Mrs. Smith: I just can't understand why anyone would dare have sex in this age of AIDS. I mean, a one night stand (一夜鬼混;一夜的停留演出)with a stranger could kill you..Dr. Rosen: I know what you're saying. It doesn't make sense, but people don't think logically when it comes to sex. They think emotionally. Let's face it. People are weak when it comes to sex. Ironically, at a time when sex has never been more dangerous, popular culture has never been more sexual. "Sexy" TV shows like "9" influence teens more than people think.Mrs. Smith: I agree. I never let my kids watch those kind of shows. But it doesn't seem to matter. Even if they don't watch them, they hear about them from their friends at school. Untunately, I think our "If it feels good, do it" lifestyle had influenced much of the world.Dr. Rosen: I know what you're saying. American movies, music and books are our number one export. And they certainly do influence people in other countries. The problem with entertainment is that it rarely or never shows the "real side" of illicit sex. The reality of teen sex is that is the root cause of a chain of problems in our society. Teen sex means teen pregnancy which means more poverty, more crime, billions in costs to taxpayers and more abortion and disease. There are over .5 million cases of sexually transmitted diseases (性病)among teens alone reported each year!Mrs. Smith: I guess people really think that it will never happen to them. A lot of them think "I won't get pregnant" or " I won't get AIDS," but they are just fooling themselves.Dr. Rosen: A recent study found that boys who had sexual experience were six times more likely to have used alcohol, five times more likely to have used marijuana (大麻)and times more likely to have been in a car with a drug-using driver!Mrs. Smith: I guess, I've been worrying about my daughter lately. I don't like the kids she's been hanging around with.. I just don't know how to talk with her.Dr. Rosen: The best thing you can do is keep communication lines open with her. Talk to her. But if you keep hearing "I don't want to talk about it" and it looks like she's getting into problem behaviors, you might want to consider getting counseling (咨询) both of you.Mrs. Smith: Do you have any other suggestions?Dr. Rosen: I know that this may sound bold in today's society, but why don't you try religion? Sometimes a little spirituality can do wonders a person who's tried everything else. Also, try getting together as a family at least a few minutes everyday. The American family is eroding, because none spends any time together any more.Mrs. Smith: That's a great idea. Well, I'd better run. I've got to pick up some take-out food the kids tonight, because I have to go to a special meeting. 旅游英语:辽宁英文介绍 -- ::39 来源: 旅游英语:辽宁英文介绍辽宁与黄海、渤海、鸭绿江交界,和朝鲜仅一江之隔,其地理位置优越,有“金三角”之称Liaoning Province, often called 'the Golden Triangle' because of its superior geographical location, includes boundaries on the Yellow Sea, the Bohai Gulf, and the Yalu River, which makes Liaoning the closest gateway to the Korean Peninsula. As the southernmost province of the three provinces in northeast China, Liaoning Province's proximity to the sea has given it commercial and strategic advantages throughout its history.HistoryArcheological evidence establishes that commy life existed in Liaoning 5,000 years ago. From its early beginnings through to the mid-th Century, Liaoning has been sought after as an important trade center, an area that contains rich, untapped resources, and its strategic position as the Golden Triangle. Liaoning has been the birthplace of warlords and the cradle of the Qing Dynasty. Lasting from to the 19 Revolution, this feudal dynasty was set up by invading Manchus. Untunately, the Manchus were not the last people to invade this area. Liaoning's often troubled history has given us an interesting legacy of architecture and artifacts, as well as archeological treasures, which combined with its transcendent natural beauty, makes Liaoning Province an area you will want to visit many times. Below are a few highlights.What to seeIn Shenyang, Liaoning's capital city, there is a Manchu version of the bidden City known as the Shenyang Imperial Palace. Built on the same principles as the bidden City in Beijing, although much smaller in scope, it was completed by Huang Taiji in 36. Second only to the bidden City, it is the most intact imperial building in existence in China. The Imperial Palace is a museum that features extensive exhibits of jade, ivory, artworks of Ming and Qing dynasties (including paintings, sculpture, enamels and ceramics), musical instruments, and a large display of th and 18th Centuries military equipment. It was in this palace in that Shunzhi became Emperor bee he crossed the Great Wall to invade China.The emperors that built the Imperial Palace also built their burial sites in Shenyang: Fuling Tomb also called the East Tomb; and Zhaoling Tomb, also called the North Tomb. Emperor Nurhachi and his mistress are buried in Fuling Tomb. Nurhachi's son, Huang Taiji (the father of Emperor Shunzhi) and his empress are buried in Zhaoling. The large and beautiful Zhaoling tomb has been compared to the Ming Tombs in Beijing and is located in the enormous Beiling Park. A third tomb, Yongling Tomb, completes the famous tomb group known as the 'three tombs outside of the Great Wall'.In some very ancient time, a fairy goddess decided to bring spring to Earth by embroidering clouds on lotus leaves. During a fight with the gods who were trying to stop her, the beautiful cloud embroidered leaves fell to earth at Shenyang and became green hills that the people named Qianlianshan (Thousand Lotuses Mountain). This mountain is now known as Qianshan. People love to come here to walk along the splendid trails to its lofty peaks and ancient temples. A walk around Qianshan can give you the memory of a perfect day.Southeast of Shenyang is Benxi, which has the largest water cave in Asia. Within 5 square kilometers ( square miles) of Benxi Water Cave National Park, there are six areas of particular interest: Mount Miaohou, Mount Tiecha, Mount Guanmen, the Spa Temple, Tanggou Valley, and the Water Cave. The Water Cave has an underground river with water so clear that the riverbed is always visible. Take a ride on the sightseeing boat and enter into the magic and mystery of the stalactite mations that have med over millions of years. It is common to see artists at the various mountains and Tanggou Valley drawing and painting the mountains and the innumerable flowers and trees that are nurtured by the mountain streams. Benxi Water Cave National Park is a unique wonderland of pastoral beauty that has captured the imagines and hearts of its visitors throughout the ages.Surrounded on three sides by the Yellow Sea, Dalian is a charming coastal city that has become a popular resort town. This is hardly surprising when you experience the garden-like downtown streets that are bordered by Japanese and Russian style buildings, all of which provide the perfect backdrop a leisurely stroll. With mountains on one side, and fabulous bathing beaches all around the city, Dalian is a great place to escape the summer heat, have a refreshing vacation, and enjoy the feeling of romance that is in the air.Liaoning Province is opulent in natural beauty as well as interesting attractions. Aside from the ones noted above, there are also: Fenghuang Mountain; Shenya Aquarium in Xinghai Bay Resort has more than 7,000 fish; Dalian's Nest Cliff and Tiger Beach, which has the largest aviary in China (18,000 square meters or 6,950 square miles) and possibly the largest animal sculpture in the world; the 300,000-year-old Yingkou Jinniushan Relic, Phoenix Mountain, and Bingyu Valley. We must mention Tiecha Mountain, which is located east of Benxi. Because its eastern, southern and northern peaks can be seen from three sides, it is also known as Jiu Ding (Nine Tops). Among this mountain's many caves is Yunguang Cave, which houses eight treasures: stone dragon, stone toad, stone fish, stone bed, stone lotus, stone longevity and 'the wind that calms the pearl'. This mountain, which is considered the birthplace of Taoism in Northeast China, has a great amount of interesting, ancient calligraphy carved into its rocks.Liaoning Province has frequent and quite special festivals that are not to be missed. Among them are: Dalian Spring Fireworks Festival, Dalian Chinese Scholar Tree Blossom Affairs, Dalian International Fashion Festival, and Shenyang International Ice and Snow Festival. Consider planning your trip to include one of Liaoning's wonderful festive events.Population: Approx. 0 millionArea: 0 thousand square kilometers (about 57,918 square miles)Ethnic Minority: Manchu, Hui, Mongolian, Xibe and KoreanWhen to goContinental climate characterized by long and cold winters, warm and rainy summers and comparatively short and windy spring and autumn. January is the coldest month with an average temperature of -Cto -5C, and July is the hottest with an average temperature of 1C-5C. Annual rainfall of this province averages from 50 millimeters to millimeters. Liaoning is the province in northeast China having the most sunlight, heat, and rainfall. The best time to visit is from May to October, but winter is also a pleasant time to enjoy the ice and snow scenery and winter festivals. 旅游英语 辽宁英文介绍三峡大学仁和医院治疗睾丸炎多少钱宜昌西陵区男科电话

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