Museum series continues, this time take everyone into the Linyi City Museum of Shandong Province. Linyi is famous for the old district and red pupa spirit of the whole country, "Who don't say good hometown" and "Yi Mengshan minor tune" melody old people can be said to be familiar with. But besides the red holy place, Linyi is also a historical city, from the stone age to the Qin and Han Dynasties, from Sui and Tang Dynasties to Ming and Qing Dynasties, has been a place in history, the Yao Zhuge clan, the Yao Wang clan and so on have been a temporary wind. 🌟 Highlight Feature: Linyi Museum New Pavilion is located on the edge of Wuzhou Lake in front of the city government. It adopts four superimposed giant books and has a strong three-dimensional feeling. The layout of Linyi Museum: there are four floors, and the main cultural relics are on the first and second floors. The stone exhibition hall of Han portraits on the first floor is absolutely not to be missed, especially the large stone tombs of Wu Baizhuang and Wulibao in the late Eastern Han Dynasty, which are magnificent, ornate and beautifully carved. Wu Baizhuang carved the intersection of man and animals to make me think I was looking at ancient Greek sculptures. The second floor of the museum introduces the history of Linyi by time, including the structure and color of prehistoric pottery, pottery excavated in Dawenkou culture period, pottery excavated in Longshan culture period, and the fine display of egg shell pottery. 👍The most recommended: The "Golden Jade Tao" unearthed in the tomb of the Western Han Dynasty in Hongjiadian, Nanfang Town, Linyi City is made of 1140 pieces of jade worn together with gold thread. It is the first set of "Golden Jade Clothes" discovered in China. The Jin Dynasty Hu people riding lions, bronze Hu people riding lions, bronze phoenix incense burner, chicken head pot unearthed from Xiyanchi Jin Tomb are the national treasures. These are absolutely not to be missed.
Linyi Museum, located in the center of the city, is now the Linyi Museum is a new museum, which has just been renovated in recent years. It is transferred from the old museum in the city. The appearance is very angry, and the parking is relatively convenient. There are restaurants around to eat, but the collections are not many.
I went to see the long-awaited stone carving of Han Dynasty Tombs, although the structure of the Han Dynasty's tombs in the North and South Villages of Guangdong is completely preserved and has a sense of immersion, but the single work is contrasted separately. The stone carving at the peak of the Han Dynasty's tomb in Wu Baizhuang is very beautiful. In addition, I would like to praise the work girl in the museum who gave a free explanation on May 7, 2021. There are only two people in the case, there is no perfunctory five-star praise! ! There is only one small reminder that you often describe the tomb of Han Dynasty so-called Fusang Tree in Inner Mongolia and Linger. The tomb of Han Dynasty actually has a list that should be called Liguan Guishu more appropriately Shooting Sparrows/Jue Monkey/Hou Gaosheng.
There are so many artifacts here, all great! The narrator was nice and polite. Worth a visit!
Great perfect experience, perfect experience