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Liangshan Yizu Nulishehui Museum
凉山彝族奴隶社会博物馆

4.3/5
55 Reviews
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Opening Soon Open from 1/1-12/31,Tue-Sun,9:00am-5:00pm;Closed from 1/1-12/31,Mon
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 2 hours
Address: Xichang, Liangshan, Sichuan, China
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Phone: 0834-3223150

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The museum of slavery is very rare, but this museum and slavery also touch the edge, briefly described the development of Yi civilization and social features, can learn something. 1. Location: Lushan halfway, there is a viewing platform overlooking the sea; 2. Open hours: 9-4, after 4 o'clock can not go in, it is best to call before go. 3. Price: free; 4. Features: (1) Different pavilions on the emergence, development and end of the Yi slave system, and its cultural and civilization characteristics; (2) The disadvantages are more than the advantages, the museums in the 1980s are very old and the walls are quite shabby; the planning is not reasonable, each museum is very small, you can see it all in one glance, and you can divide into different categories such as sacrifices, lacquerware, etc., and you can learn very little actually; The expression is simple, many are a painting on the wall, no real, look at this is better than go back to check the mobile phone, the paintings are up and down, the viewing is poor; the museum only opens 5 currently, less and rough. Have been to the worse museum, let people down, 2 stars can not be more.

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Introduction

Liangshan Yizu Nulishehui Museum is located in the center of Mount Lu Scenic Area. It is a building with traditional Yizu architecture. It faces Qionghai Lake, and its back is against Mount Qing. It is a folk museum while also being an anti-slavery theme museum. Exhibition is split into nine parts, reproducing the original appearance of the slavery society of Liangshan Yizu.
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