1. Not far from Yuexiu Park, transportation is relatively convenient; 2. The ticket price is 12 yuan, which is not too expensive in terms of exhibition quality; 3. The Museum actually has three parts: one is the special exhibition of King of South Vietnam, the second is the exhibition of Guangzhou's foreign history, the third is the special exhibition of porcelain pillows donated by Yang Yongde and his wife; 4. The exhibition hall of King of South Vietnam is full of national treasures, focusing on them.“ Wendi Xingxi, Silk Wire Jade Clothes, Rhinoceros Corner Jade Cup; 5. Porcelain pillow exhibition is very exciting, no other museum has such a rich porcelain pillow exhibition, I would like to recommend you kiln porcelain pillow, a unique treasure.
In fact, there are two museums about the King of South Vietnam. They charge $12 for the site of the ancient tomb on Jiefang Road, while the other one in Yuexiu District, Zhongshan 4th Road, is the Palace site for free. There are two rooms in the commentary, which made me a little confused at the beginning. In fact, both rooms are worth visiting. There are many cultural relics unearthed at that time, as well as the design of the ancient tomb, funerary objects and so on. The Palace site has the wisdom of the people at that time, including meandering stone canals, ancient wells and cultural relics.
Because of the charge, it's also open on Monday. Before you go, you'd better see the biographies of Nanyue, or mend some documentaries, otherwise the fun will be half less. The tomb itself has stories, and some people died. It's interesting to find the funerary objects in his home called "Emperor Seal". Jade clothes are not as good as Xuzhou Museum, but the quantity and quality of jades are very good. Look, where the jade is placed in the coffin is also clearly marked. The jade set is very beautiful. The Bronze-Inlaid jade cup is more delicate than Mawangdui's. There is also a jade bowl with a lid, which is very beautiful, but the carvings in the bowl can't be seen. There is a set of six Bo chess, but not as good as Mawangdui's. The chessboard is still left. The golden cake also shows several pieces, but it can't be compared with the Tuhao of Haidunhou. The base of the screen is amazing, and the original screen is beautiful, but since it's a copy, why don't you put a few bird tail feathers on it and leave some blank space for people to associate with it. There's a similar tent in Zhongshan National Exhibition Hall of Hebei Museum, but it's not as exquisite as his screen. Although there's no textile display, there's a printing mould that seems to have something to do with Mawangdui's textiles. The lecture in place spoke faster, but generally understood, and then slowly watched it for three hours. The interaction between the multimedia and the audience in the museum was quite appetizing to me. The animation was very cute, and the audience left a message that made me laugh. After visiting the exhibition, I remember one thing clearly, Guangzhou City for two thousand years.
The most favorite scenic spot for this long vacation in Guangzhou is the Nanyue King Museum. As a 4A scenic spot, the tickets are cheap and the cost-effective ratio is really good. In fact, this time is not planned, but just in the vicinity. So I decided to go and see it. It was 4 o'clock when I went there. So recently, it was closed. Some places can't be looked at carefully. It's a pity that I had seen the Nanyue King before. Tomb excavation documentary, so it is more interesting to see this intuitive feeling. Although many people must have visited the tomb, and things have been moved out, it still has a corrupt taste, and the design of the tomb door is really interesting. This tomb has not been stolen, so the excavation inside is very complete. It can also be seen that the tomb is really luxurious. Layers of jade, one of the accessories is my favorite, long and colorful beads. Although after so many years, there is still a kind of amazing feeling when I see it. Maybe it is because the collection is not very visible, so the light inside is very dark. In order to protect these things or not to shoot with flash, in fact, whether traveling or visiting, sometimes it is more interesting to feel with heart than to record with lens.
The South Vietnamese King Museum of the Western Han Dynasty opposite Yuexiu Park in Guangzhou is the tomb of Zhao Mu, the second emperor of the South Vietnamese State more than 2000 years ago. Thousands of cultural relics have been found in archaeology, and the King of South Vietnam Museum is the place where these unearthed cultural relics are exhibited. Here, we can not only see all kinds of rare cultural relics unearthed, but also enter the palace of archaeological discoveries to explore the mystery of the underground. It's really a unique archaeological museum. You must come here to Guangzhou.
The entrance fee of Nanyue King's Tomb Museum in the Western Han Dynasty is 12 yuan, which has a high cost-effective ratio. Metro station Yuexiu Park E exit can be reached by going straight down about 300 meters. The Museum exhibition consists of three parts: the exhibition of the Silk Road at sea, the exhibition of ceramic pillows and the tomb of the king of South Vietnam. The Museum has a rich collection, which is conducive to tourists'understanding of Guangzhou's human history. The most important part of the museum is the "silk and jade clothes" of the tomb of the King of South Vietnam. The most rare is the death of the people in the tomb, especially when I saw the remains of Mrs. Zuo. Life is only a hundred years. A hundred years later, no matter how luxurious or cheap it is, it is just loess. Life is short, we need to cherish it and do something.
The South Vietnamese King Museum of the Western Han Dynasty is located in Jiefang North Road, Guangzhou, which is separated from Yuexiu Park by a road. It's not far from the park gate. The museum is built on the site of the ancient tomb of King Wen of South Vietnam in the Western Han Dynasty. It centers on the ancient tomb. After careful design and layout, it organically combines the exhibition hall building with the underground tomb chamber. It looks very modern. The Museum ticket is 25 yuan, which can rent a self-help explanation machine. There are special free explanations in different periods. Museum area is large, there are many exhibits, many of which are valuable throughout the country, especially the tomb is very well preserved, more than two thousand years have not been excavated, very rare. The silk jadeite clothes that the tomb owner died in are the only ones in the country, which are fully displayed after restoration. In addition, the objects unearthed with burial are also very abundant, such as bells, copper tripod, jade and so on. They are well preserved. Some of the exhibits are extremely precious, such as the burial cup of Qingyujiao, eleven sets of jade, jade sword accessories, gold seal and other precious works are extremely exquisite, which truly restores the luxurious life of the king of South Vietnam. The projection room in the exhibition hall also restored the whole structure and funeral process of the Nanyue royal tomb in the Western Han Dynasty through modern three-dimensional technology. The envoys had a deep understanding of the funeral system in the Western Han Dynasty. Wenwang Tomb is located in the middle of the museum. After visiting the exhibition hall of the building in sequence, you can go directly to the upper part of the tomb through the glass floor under your feet to have a comprehensive view of the internal structure of the tomb, or go down to the tomb to have a deep understanding. The whole visit lasted about three hours, and the overall feeling was very worthwhile to see. It was a weekday, not many people, feeling that the environment and facilities were very good, and the design and construction of the museum were also very characteristic and impressive.
Located on the Xianggang Mountain of Jiefangbei Road in Guangzhou, it is the tomb of Zhaoxu, the second generation of King of South Vietnam in the early Western Han Dynasty. The Nanyue King Museum in the Western Han Dynasty is divided into three parts. The first three-storey comprehensive exhibition building is also the gate, followed by the tomb protection area, and the north is the two-storey main exhibition building. There is a porcelain pillow exhibition in the comprehensive exhibition building, which shows a variety of ancient porcelain pillows. The original site of the cemetery in the Ancient Tomb Reserve. The main exhibition building mainly displays the cultural relics unearthed in the tomb. There is a free explanation at 3 o'clock. The standard is very good. Come down for about an hour.
Tickets are inexpensive, transportation is convenient and open all year round. Exit E of Metro Line 2, just walk a few steps. 2.5. The kingdom of South Vietnam is a magical existence. We can learn a lot from "History of King of South Vietnam". South Vietnam has many relics in Guangzhou, besides this tomb, there are wooden sluices, palace sites and so on, which are more than the Minyue kingdom of the same era. The route of the museum is well designed. The Museum first visits the tomb sites, then unearthed cultural relics. In addition, there is a porcelain pillow exhibition and a cultural relics exhibition of Jiyao in Jiangxi Province. Two places in the tomb site need to be carefully examined. One is the Zhu-Mo two-color moire pattern on the front room, which is not very clear. Another is the door of the tomb, with a model to help you understand and move your fingers, you can experience the wisdom of the ancients. The unearthed cultural relics are divided into several categories: jade, seal, daily necessities, musical instruments, weapons, etc. Emperor Wen Xingxi is a treasure with distinctive features such as silk jade clothes, bronze pots, large bronze mirrors of painted figures, Tiger Festival and jade bi.
Located in Guangzhou Jiefang North Road Xianggangshan ShangShang, closing at 5 o'clock, we arrived at 4 o'clock, just in time to catch the "last bus" and, more coincidentally, met volunteers for free explanation, which really earned us. It is said that this is the tomb of Zhao Xu, the second generation king of the Nanyue Kingdom in the early Western Han Dynasty. There are a lot of cultural relics excavated. But I'm thinking that after a person's death, the cemetery and the burial place have been dug up by everyone, and they have become a tourist attraction which only 13 yuan is needed for admission. I don't know how to feel about it. For friends who like history and enjoy cultural relics (funerals), it's really worth visiting here.