Within the Emperor's Garden: The Ten Thousand Springs Pavilion

February 10 - September 1, 2013

International Museum of Art and Science

1900 Nolana Loop, McAllen, TX 78504 Get directions

(956) 682-1564

A model pavilion made by Chinese artisans that demonstrates traditional Chinese carving and fine furniture techniques. No nails were used to build this model of The Ten Thousand Springs Pavilion (Wan Chun Ting), a celebrated example of classic Chinese architecture, which still stands in the Forbidden City in Beijing, China. It was built in about 1420 and rebuilt in 1533.

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