Scenic spots are free. Please stagger the time when the museum closes on Monday. The museum is divided into two buildings. The snuff bottle first seen on the first floor of the first building, all kinds of materials, are basically Qing Dynasty, very delicate. Then there is the Buddhist exhibition area, which has a treasure, the Gabala bowl. It is a skull bowl made of the skull of a well-practiced lama. When I went there, I was very unfortunate. The exhibit was lent out for exhibition and I could not see the true face. The next exhibition hall is an introduction to the history of the museum itself. It can clearly see the process of the museum's creation, Japanese rule, Soviet rule and handover to China. The second level is the key point. First, the bronze exhibition area has heard several bronze explanations in Guobo. Every piece of bronze exhibition here has been carefully looked at. There are several pieces that deserve special recommendation. One is Lu Ding. The inscription records the May Day of Renxu in the first year of King Mu Zhou. Lu Ding is one of the two standard components with four elements of year, month, phase and dry branch in the known bronze wares (the other is one of them). It was Chen Xu (he), who was unearthed in Luoyang, Henan Province in 1929 and is now hidden in the Flier Art Museum in Washington, USA. He is a national treasure. Then there's the porcelain, which is more diverse than other countries, but it's also worth seeing. Next is the top priority, mummy exhibition area, there are two, a man and a woman, hair, clothes are very clear, the first time to see the mummy, or more shocking. On the first floor of the second building, a record of Dalian from ancient times was displayed, showing a huge mammoth ivory fossil. On the second floor, there are different kinds of works, such as ink, dragon and snake brushes, falling and beautiful brushes, strong tendons, strong paper backs, and willow bones, which can only be appreciated with admiration.
From Dalian to Lushun, it takes more than one hour to drive. Lushun is a city full of disasters. The first stop, Lushun Museum, has been built for 100 years. After Japan invaded Dalian in 1905, it was rebuilt in 1916 on the basis of the uncompleted Military Club in Russia. In November 1918, it was renamed Guandong Dufu Museum. The two floors not only display local cultural relics, but also treasures borrowed from Shaanxi Museum. I don't know what Haohao has learned. I have gained a lot. Thank you (Rose). Behind is the Museum of the old site of the Guandong Army Command. Nine commanders of the Guandong Army successively entered the building and shocked the Chinese and foreign "918" Incident, which was plotted here. The building is being decorated. It's broken. Turning a corner is the Sino-Soviet Friendship Memorial Tower. There are reliefs of figures, lotus flowers and Tiananmen on the tower. But the Soviet Union is disintegrated and does not exist. Driving to Baiyushan scenic spot, located on the North Bank of Lushun Port, is the most famous scenic spot in Lushun. It is said that climbing to the top of the mountain overlooks the whole port of Lushun. I saw the harbour, the warship, but the fog was too big to be beautiful. There is a tall tower in the scenic area. Formerly known as the "Praise Tower", it was built by the Japanese Army to honor the officers and soldiers loyal to the Emperor in the war between Japan and Russia. This tower embodies the efforts of more than 20,000 Chinese craftsmen and migrant workers. This pagoda was later renamed Baiyu Pagoda by the Russians, scratched the letters on the Japanese, and threw everything away. Haha, it has now become a crime of aggression history. Chairman Mao renamed it Baiyushan Pagoda. We used UAVs to fly up and look through the holes and see the display in the tower. The last stop was the most terrible and unacceptable. Wanzhong Tomb Memorial Hall. On November 21, 1894, the Japanese invading army invaded Lushunkou and massacred the people in the city for four days. The bodies of the people in Lushun were piled up in mountains and bloodshed into rivers. Nearly 20,000 people were killed and only 36 people remained in the city. After the massacre, the Japanese army concentrated the bodies of the victims on cremation and burned them for more than ten days to cover up their ears and eliminate the evidence. How many Chinese do we have? Is killing interesting (contemptuous) (contemptuous)
The Lushun Museum is divided into two buildings, each on two floors, very close to each other, with rich exhibits, various kinds of utensils, gems, crafts, the history of Dalian's Lushun civilization, and other temporary exhibitions (when I went there was the painting exhibition of the Four Kings in the early Qing Dynasty). It's fun. But Xinhua Bookstore on the first floor of the main building is very pitted. It sells 30 yuan of postcards outside, and the quality is not so bad. I recommend you to have a look. The beauty of porcelain must be seen with your own eyes. Photos can not be taken.
Neighboring the old museum, the new one is situated in a large area of gardens. The grand European-style architecture, hidden in the old city of Lushun, is also a state-level museum, which naturally has some attractions. The collection of the new museum is on the second floor, with three rooms, including bronze tripod ware, calligraphy and painting, while the old museum can enjoy the exhibits by a circle. The strategy mentioned above is not wet and dry. Maybe it's too careless to go around, so it shouldn't be...... I have seen many immortals, Buddhas and various chopsticks. I used to dislike museums and find them boring, but because I know little about them, I still want to see more and learn more, so I am willing to learn more and more.
The Lushun Museum looks very impressive from the outside. It has a restrained vicissitudes. Next to it are the Friendship Tower and the Japanese Guandong Army Command. The museum is divided into the main museum and the deputy museum. It also includes the museum at the old site of the Guandong Army. Entering and visiting requires security checks and water cups to be kept.
The Lushun Museum officially opened in April 1917. Architecture has both modern European style and Oriental Art decoration characteristics. On May 18, 2008, it was appraised by the State Administration of Cultural Relics as the first batch of "National First-Class Museum" and the only national first-class Museum in Dalian up to now. I caught up with the painting and calligraphy exhibition and went to see it by the way. You can come here regularly.
This is a very worthwhile place to go. Here we can not only understand the history, but also see many cultural relics, exquisite and delicate; shadow play in the shadow of the head hawthorn; architectural structure of the fine production details... Wait and so on widened the horizon, enriched the mind.
Very good. It's very polite for a tour guide to force him to buy anything and tickets.