The Qing empire is one of the longest empires to ever exist, ranging from 1636 to 1912
Its high point was during the rein of Kangxi (1661-1722) and its slow decline began in 1794 due to rebellions.
The Qing Dynasty's geography was a key reason towards its success, with the Great Wall and Gobi dessert towards the north, nanazho platoes in the south, the east had a body of water which the Qing's heavily guarded, and the west which was a mountainous region including Tibet.
The art and culture of the Qing Dynasty includes the imitation or evocation of Chinese motifs and techniques in Western art, furniture, and architecture, especially in the 18th century, or chinoiserie. Some of there culture includes Chinese and Manchu traditions and much more poetry.
The military of the Qing Dynasty was renowned for its ferocity and discipline during the empire's nearly 300-year reign. The government of the empire was a labyrinthine bureaucracy and was majorly based off the Ming's government. The top leader was who ever was the emperor at the time.
The religion of the the Qing Dynasty included Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism.