1420 From Nanjing to Beijing
January 17, 2020 – June 28, 2020 Time: 9:00—17:00 (closed on Mondays) Hall B, F1, Capital Museum
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Part III. Legacy for Later Ages


Emperor Yongle's relocation of capital to Beijing resulted in the separation between the political and economic centers. However, an interdependent relationship was established between the two places, drawing the north and the south closer. The northern defense line of the Ming, taking Beijing as the center, was frequently broken. However, in two hundred years, it effectively secured the core agricultural area. Owing to great social stability, the Ming Dynasty recovered its previous prosperity. However, prosperity was also accompanied by unexpected changes, opportunities and challenges.

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