文物音序列表

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办公楼 Administrative Building

博雅塔 Bo Ya Pogoda

蔡元培铜像 Bronze Statue of Cai Yuanpei

慈济寺庙门 The Gate of Ci Ji Temple

丹墀 Danchi

档案馆 Archive of Peking University

德才均备斋
Dezhai, Caizhai, Junzhai and Beizhai Buildings

第二体育馆 Second Gymnasium

第一体育馆 First Gymnasium

俄文楼 Sage Hall

翻尾石鱼 Roll-Tailed Stone Fish

方池 Square pond

革命烈士纪念碑
Monument of the Martyrs of Peking University

葛利普墓 Tomb of Grabau

国立西南联合大学纪念碑
Monument of National Southwestern Associated University

杭爱碑 Hang Ai Momument

花神庙碑 Flower Temple Tablet

华表 Ornamental Columns

化学北楼 North Building of Chemistry

化学南楼 South Building of Chemistry

静园 Jing Yuan Meadow

镜春园 Jingchun Garden

赖朴吾、夏仁德墓 Tome of Lapwood and Sailer

朗润园 Lang-Yun Yuan

李大钊像 Statue of Li Dazhao

临湖轩 Lake House

梅石碑 Tablet Carved with Plums and Stone

米玉墓志铭 Epitaph of Miyu

民主楼 Democracy Buiding

南北阁 Southern & Northern Pavilion

乾隆半月诗碑 Qianlong's Meniscus Poem Tebalet

乾隆御制诗碑 Qianlong's Royal Poem Tablet

日晷 Sundial

塞万提斯像 Statue of Cervantes

三一八遇难烈士纪念碑 Martyrs Monument

生物东馆 East Hall of Biology

石雕五供及石供桌
Five Ariticals of Tributes in Stone Sculpture and the Stone Alter

石舫 Stone Boat

石屏风 Stone Folding Screen

石麒麟 Stone Kylin

石桥 Stone Bridge

石狮 Stone Lions

斯诺墓Tomb of Snow

体斋健斋 Ti zhai,Jian zhai and Quan zhai Buidings

外文楼 Foreign Building

魏士毅墓 Tomb of Wei Shiyi

西校门 West School Gate

校景亭 University Landscape Pavilion

校友桥 Alumni Bridge

燕东园 YanDong Garden

燕南园 YanNan Garden

振兴中华碑 Revitalizing the Chinese Nation Tablet

钟亭 Clock Pavalion

文物信息

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镜春园Jingchun Garden

文物时间:清乾隆时期
文物位置:位于未名湖东北端一带,北接朗润园,南到未名湖南岸,东至北大校园东墙,西接鸣鹤园遗址。
文物类别:建筑遗迹
Time: Qing Dynasty,Qianlong
Location: On the north side of the Weiming Lake
Category: Architectural relic


文物缘起

昔日的镜春园的主要建筑四周有水道环绕,略成圆形,很像一面镜子,“镜春园”因此而得名。


历史溯源

镜春园原本是淑春园的一部分,淑春园在乾隆年间归入圆明园,嘉庆七年又划分成西部的鸣鹤园和东部的镜春园,分别赐予惠亲王绵愉和庄静公主,1860年被毁。民国初年,徐世昌以极低价岁额四百元租得两园,合称“淀北园”。在此期间他竟大量拆除园中建筑,将木料运回老家,这是对淑春园毁坏最严重的一次。1937年卢沟桥事件以前,镜春园仍为徐世昌所有,燕大与之商谈购买之事未妥,直至建国后北大迁入燕园,镜春园始并入北大校园。


Naming Reason

Once, the main constructions in the garden was surrounded by water, and looked like a mirror. So it was called Jing Chun Yuan.


History

The Jing Chun Garden was once a part of the Shu Chun Garden. In Qianlong Dynasty, the Shu Chun Garden became a part of Yuan Ming Yuan. Then, in Jiaqing years of the Qing Dynasty, the Shu Chun Yuan was divided into Ming He Garden and Jing Chun Garden, and each belong to a aristocrat. Unfortunately, they were both destroyed in 1860. In the first years of the Republic of China, Xu ShiChang, a famous official, bought the two gardens and they were collectively referred as Dian Bei Garden( which means that the garden in the north of the Hai Dian district).