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The Living Hall
   
The Living Hall, constructed in traditional style and bearing two characters meaning respectful abstinence on the lintel, is the place where the emperor used to observe abstinence before he held the sacrificial rites. The Hall is composed of five rooms. The middle room, with a throne bed and a flower table, served as the emperors reception room where he gave audience to officials. The third room in the north was the bed chamber during his abstinence before the winter ceremony; there was a bed with a thick canopy and an underground fireplace and charcoal burners for heating the chamber. The third room in the south was used as a living room during his abstinence before the summer ceremony. The two annex chambers served as a living room and a study respectively, where Emperor Qianlong wrote dozens of poems in praise of worshipping heaven.   
 
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