I chose May 1st and came to the niche city of Tengzhou. I am more interested in history and culture, but there are relatively few online strategies. The Museum of Han Portraits and Stones is near Longquan Square, adjacent to Mozi Memorial Hall, Inkstone Hall, and Luban Memorial Hall. You can enter and visit for free with your ID card. A piece of stone knows the future. Most of these stone statues are carved on tombstones of coffins and coffins, and some of them are figures in Chinese mythology. It is worth savoring.
This is an art gallery, very good, very interesting, very interesting, very good! ! !
Some of the stone statues there were unearthed some time ago, and some of the stone statues are pretty good. There are also introductions.
2. Limited opening hours
3. General collection
4. Convenient parking
5. Convenient surroundings
The memory of history is worth seeing and watching.