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Di'anmen, between 1917 and 1919

Di'anmen (Chinese: 地安门; literally: 'Gate of Earthly Peace') or Bei'anmen was an imperial gate in Beijing, China. The gate was first built in the Yongle period of the Ming dynasty, and served as the main northern gate to the Imperial City (the southern gate is the much more famed Tiananmen). The gate is located north of Jingshan Park and south of the Drum Tower. The gate was demolished in 1954. Efforts to restore it have been under way since 2013.

Coordinates: 39°56′00″N 116°23′47″E / 39.9334°N 116.3963°E / 39.9334; 116.3963