How Did The Ming Dynasty Affect Architecture

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Despite the improvements on the walls and towers of China,the Ming dynasty's impact on architecture, because they attempted to create stable structures better the construction of the past dynasties.
During the last 40 years of the Yuan dynasty era (1279-1368), there were famines, droughts, flooding on the yellow River, a bubonic plague pandemic, and other common disasters. Maybe, ten of millions of citizens died, and these catastrophes were signs of the yuan dynasty’s lost of the Mandate of Heaven. (“ChinaHighlights”)
This venerable governmental doctrine inspired others to rebel. Beginning in the 1350s, there were almost 20 years of rebellions. The Yuan army tried to overpower the rebellions, but they advanced in size, and the rebel squads
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This hard activity took over 100 years to perfect. These barriers were constructed well and specially designed to be an adequate protection system. The Ming czars concentrated on constructing the Great Wall of China while they were in control. The absolute focus was to avoid raid by the northern racial tribes such as, the Dada, Nuzhen, and Wala. (“The Great Wall and The Ming Dynasty”) The Ming dynasty operated a comprehensive city and boundary wall-buildings containing the new development, and cultivated, extended, and enhanced the current walls constructed in the past dynasties. (Feldman, p.…show more content…
The Great ended up covering nine zones. The oldest parts of the wall were from the seventh century B.C., when the authentic Chinese rulers constructed the Great Wall of China to defend the northern tribes from invading China. Forced workers assembled an eastern wall in 204 to 201 B.C. (Li, p. 54) The Forbidden City is claimed to be one of the greatest agricultural achievements of the Ming dynasty. this tremendous mansion was built in Beijing and was the middle of the Chinese government for most of the Ming dynasties reign. The Forbidden City is called that because, only with the emperor’s acknowledgement was anyone allowed to enter the palace and exit the palace. (Li, p.
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