Caisson ceiling of ancient temple,Beijing,China - Stock Image

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The caisson was placed at the top of Zhengjue Palace, Longfu Temple, Beijng, China. Founded in 1452.
The Caisson, also referred to as a caisson ceiling, in East Asian architecture is an architectural feature typically found in the ceiling of temples and palaces, usually at the centre and directly above the main throne, seat, or religious figure.
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