South China Sea No. 1 is described as "full ship with golden armor". Experts estimate that the cultural relics of the ancient ship are worth more than $100 billion. Seventeen thousand copper coins were unearthed on board, including 151 sets of gold bracelets, girdles, rings and 124 sets of silver. The most of them, of course, are chinaware. More than 13,000 pieces have been excavated. These porcelains are mainly from Zhejiang, Jiangxi and Fujian provinces. They are produced by famous kilns in the south, such as Longquan celadon in Zhejiang, Jingdezhen celadon in Jiangxi, and Dehua white porcelain in Fujian. Most of them also have more than 30 kinds, most of which can be classified as national first-class and second-class cultural relics.
China's largest archaeological discovery since 1980 is also an archaeological discovery that shocked the world. How shocking it was that a sunken ship of trade from the Southern Age 800 years ago came out of the water. This time, the wheat name of Munanhai No. 1 came to Hailing Island of Yangjiang River. It was nearly an hour and several kilometers before entering the island's sea dike bridge. It was only found in the museum that it was closed, and opened on July 1. The next day, I took a bus out of the island at three o'clock and jammed my car for three hours in front of the seawall bridge, the only entrance and exit. That's enough. The traffic jams at the entrances and exits are all due to road repairs blocked in one direction. A successful scenic spot is better than repairing the scenic spots. The website of a world-class museum is not just putting the closing information in the position of a small announcement for civil servants to make their own business. Who is in harmony with this information? Is it impossible to build roads in winter on Hailing Island with only one entrance and exit? Is it necessary to waste four hours of passers-by in the peak season to become a prominent official? Besides feeling the sea breeze, a trip to Hailing also feels the bad wind of the unprofessional local civil servants and Dai.
This magnificent museum is situated at Shili Silver Beach on Hailing Island. Tickets are within 80 entries. In the museum, we can learn about the history of the Silk Road on the sea through the original materials presented by the ship archaeology. There are disciplined films showing in the cinema. The complete discovery and salvage process of Nanhai No. 1 is described in detail. At present, the cultural relics of Nanhai No. 1 are still in the process of archaeology.
The exquisite gold and silver jewelry in the cultural relics are exquisitely decorated. There are a large number of exquisite porcelain with distinct Western Regions flavor. It is rare to see the magnificent momentum of the inner reference sailboat keel in the museum design.
The museum, with the theme of Nanhai No. 1, is lively and vivid. It truly shows the relevant departments of Guangdong Province and the state. It attaches great importance to the maritime Silk Road and devotes great efforts to it. The South China Sea No. 1 displayed in the museum and the huge waves rushing outside the museum complement each other and complement each other. It will certainly bring surprise and shock to visitors.
It is the peak season, and these days may be the coldest days in Yangjiang, few visitors, but it is also possible to look closely, see workers excavating cultural relics with a hammer gently tapping the mud, some fear will break the porcelain, perhaps they are worried about it.
A good museum, mainly focusing on the archaeological discoveries of Nanhai No. 1, expounds that ancient China (the peak of Song Dynasty) was a prosperous maritime country in maritime trade. It's worth visiting friends who like history. There are archaeological sites of Nanhai No. 1 in Guannei (the whole wreck was brought to shore by boxes kept in the sea, and the museum was built around the wreck), unearthed pottery, gold and silver, as well as movie theater, etc. Outside the museum is the beach, and there are many interesting "fat women" sculptures.