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Hangu Art Museum

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Recommended sightseeing time:1-2 hours
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No.889-1 Luyu Road, Hongshan District, Wuhan (next to Optics Valley International Plaza)Map

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The exhibition hall is located in the light valley. But it seems to be closed now. It is still a popular exhibition hall in Wuhan for more than 10 years. The main exhibition is the items of ancient porcelain paintings.

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Hangu Art Museum was established in December 2017. It is located in the Rongzhong International Commercial Center in the core business district of Wuhan Optics Valley, China. The exhibition area of the museum is nearly 30,000 square meters. It is a large-scale private art museum in Central China. At present, the Han Dynasty Art Museum is divided into six floors. At present, there are four floors in the external display area, and a total of more than 2,500 pieces of various exquisite works of art are exhibited and sold, including porcelain, gold and bronze statues, miscellaneous furniture, snuff bottles, and bronzes. five categories. The Art Museum has four halls with their own characteristics, namely "Hengzhen Hall", "Yizhen Hall", "Han Ancient Pavilion" and "Supplementary Hall". Set up in the "Han Ancient Pavilion on the second floor" of the Han Antique Art Museum, it is a collection exhibition hall with unique characteristics and some rare collections. There are more than 500 precious works of art on display. The pictures, Mingshi carvings of the Water Moon Avalokitesvara, and Lang Shining porcelain plate paintings are all rare art collections. In the corridor on the third floor of the Art Museum, the Art Museum is equipped with an "Art + Multimedia Center", which can carry out various activities such as auctions, conferences, lectures, recordings, photography, and small performances.
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