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Shantou Museum
汕头市博物馆

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Opening Soon Open on Tue-Sun,9:00am-5:00pm
Recommended sightseeing time: 1-2 hours
Address: (opposite to Lianhan Garden) Northwest corner of Zhongshan Park, Jinping District, Shantou City
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Phone: 0754-88973980 0754-88272498

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Shantou Municipal Museum is a national third-level museum, which has collected over 12,000 cultural relics and collections of ceramics, paintings and calligraphy, bronze ware, jade ware, gold lacquer wood carvings and other ancient ceremonies since the Neolithic Age, including over 3,000 precious cultural relics of the third and higher levels. The number of precious cultural relics in the provincial inland city level museums ranked first! Special outstanding permanent exhibitions are: the exhibition of fine works of the Xiangdong Tibetan Pavilion, the exhibition of the history of the rivers and rivers entering the sea, the exhibition of the bronze statues of ancient Buddhism in the solemn Tibetan Pavilion of Buddhism, the exhibition of the first water relics of Nanhai, the Xiangnanao, the relics of the South China Sea.

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Introduction

The Shantou City Museum is a comprehensive museum. The site is located in the elegant and quiet Zhongshan Park. Founded in 1960, it is the main collection, cultural and educational institutions and scientific research institutions of cultural relics and specimens in Chaoshan area. It is also an important patriotic education base and youth education service base in Shantou City. It has collected nearly 10,000 pieces of ceramics, calligraphy and painting, gold lacquered wood carvings, antiques and seals, ancient coins and other kinds of cultural relics since the Neolithic Age. The exhibits have fine textures and finely crafted Qing Emperor Qianlong's "Shanshui Characters Biyu Pen", and Ming Dynasty Fang Zhizhi's "Linyi Henan Yongxingxing Book" and other fine works.
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