I recommend you to visit this Tongguanyao National Archaeological Site Park in Changsha when you have time. It looks old but there are many historical stories and archaeological relics. It has a long history and is especially worth visiting by friends who like history.
It's not bad. 4.5 points, it's not expensive to eat, it's very enjoyable to play, that is, there are still some places not completed, the popularity is not too good, it is suggested to do a few more inns, all kinds of grades have to be, too expensive to eat, that can stay in it for a night to see the night scene is very good.
Changsha Tongguan kiln, which began in the early Tang Dynasty, flourished in the middle and late Tang Dynasty and declined in the Five Dynasties, has experienced more than 200 years, and has a history of more than 1000 years. It is one of the three major export kilns of Tang Dynasty in China, which are the same as Yue kiln in Zhejiang and Xing kiln kiln in Hebei. It is also the birthplace of the world's Since its discovery in 1956, more than 10,000 cultural relics have been unearthed. Archaeologists call it the factory of the world thousands of years ago.
The birthplace of Tang Dynasty coloured porcelain. Ancient sub-official kilns and folk kilns, of course, also produce high-quality kilns, but the official kilns are absolutely high-quality products. There are modern workshops nearby. You can pick two and buy them back. It's about seventy kilometers from the city centre.
Tongguan kiln, very simple feeling, roadside flowers, comfortable
When we went to Changsha in the hot summer, our friends took us to visit the Tongguanyao site at noon. Unfortunately, it was closed on Monday, so we had to walk around and feel the kiln cultural sites. But the surrounding area is taking this opportunity to revitalize the ancient town. It will not be long before a new ancient town is born.
Tongguan Kiln Site, located in Wangcheng District of Changsha City, Tongguan Town to Shizhu Lake, has a good view. Changsha Tongguan Kiln is the birthplace of colored porcelain of Tang Dynasty in China, with convenient transportation. It is worth visiting and opening to the outside world free of charge.