My boyfriend always thought that the buildings around the beach were built later. Take him to improve knowledge, haha. Jianghanguan Free Museum is a building left over from the concession. It seems that there is a limit on how many people can enter the hall every day by brushing their ID cards. I went with my friends on weekends and holidays. Baidu is uncertain about whether it will take a Thursday or a Monday off. There are only four layers in it, but there are still a lot of collections, which are quite different from the feeling of the provincial blog. Jianghan Pass is about modern history, and there are three-dimensional "Jianghan Pass Day" small movies to enjoy. The bathroom is clean with hand sanitizer and paper towels. In addition to electronic equipment, there is a real style in the late Qing Dynasty and the country to visit the Science and Technology Museum after Jianghan Road, then visit Jianghan Pass, and then take a ferry to Hubu Lane, which is a good choice for foreign tourists.
To see the history of the rise and fall of Wuhan at Zhiyin number terminal, there is still plenty of time. Check the vicinity, this museum and Zhiyin number along the way, the evaluation can also be carried around. Fortunately, I came here, and I had an unexpected happy harvest. Museum visits more, generally summed up two kinds of more attractive elements of the museum - the first kind is the real material, such as Guobo, Shoubo, such a huge object, from architecture to collections to Buchen, the water is so big that you can not catch your eyes; the other kind belongs to the family without minerals, but the day after tomorrow very hard and very intentional, Hanjiang Guan Museum. It belongs to the best of the latter category. This place is composed of three buildings, Zhan Tianyou Museum, the old site of Wuhan National Government and Laojianghanguan Museum. It is not small in scale, but the collection is less and more empty. It depends on cloth and scene design. First, the perfect combination of the three buildings. If it is not for the guide's explanation in the museum, it will not realize that these three independent buildings are combined. The high-rise has an outdoor terrace, which can be regarded as a trace of the connection between some buildings and the building. The layout of the building is quite exquisite. The collection in the exhibition hall is limited. Let's read the story. Of course, a good story telling method can not be text, the site is large, so good, restore some scenes with "labeling" characteristics in the early years of Big Wuhan, wax statues are not exquisite but harmless, elegant, after all, not celebrity wax figures, scene decoration without flaws, the background is well considered. It is rare that the windows in the museum can be switched on and off at will. Generally speaking, it is necessary to keep the closed environment for safety reasons. Looking out of the window, the street view and the atmosphere in the hall are very harmonious - the atmosphere of the metropolis is lively and vivid. Wander here will inadvertently trance for a while, as if on the beach. Open-ended museum very attentive, stroll very... well... comfortable.
When I studied history at school, I knew Jianghan Customs, Jianghaiguan Customs and Guangdong Customs as bridgeheads for China's opening of ports and world trade. When I went to Wuhan in 2009, Jianghan Guan Building could only see its appearance and not enter it. Now it has been rebuilt into a museum, which was supposed to show the history of Xiajianghanguan and the introduction of the trade exchanges in the golden age of Hankou, but it can not be imagined that it is actually a museum of modern and contemporary history in Wuhan. From the second floor up, in chronological order, from Hankou port opening to leasing development, the revolutionary era, to New China. In addition to the precious exhibits, there are many recovery scenes, such as the Customs Office Hall, which shows the busyness of the year. Although you can't see the big bell in the bell tower, there is a model of Jianghan Guan bell for you to see. There is a temporary exhibition on the top floor. The balcony on each floor can also be visited, overlooking the Jianghan Road Pedestrian Street, Hankou River Beach and Wuchang's continuous high-rise buildings across the river. Free visits, but visitors must bring ID cards, brush ID cards to enter; in addition, in order to control the flow of people, instantaneous number of people in the library security will not be allowed to enter, have to queue up, and wait for someone to come out.
In the vicissitudes of the Yangtze River, Jianghan Pass is located at the intersection of Jianghan Road and Yangtze River Avenue in Wuhan City, Hubei Province. It is the landmark building of Hankou. Wuhan people call it Customs. Multi-storied building. You can take a ferry to Hankou in Wuchang and walk down the street for about 15 minutes. The building stands at the junction of Jianghan Road and Yanjiang Avenue. The building is in the form of British architecture, with four floors of the main building, half basement on the ground floor and four floors of the bell tower. The total height of the building is 46.3 meters. It is the highest building in Wuhan at that time. It is also one of the landmark buildings in Wuhan and the core building of the Hankou Concession. It has witnessed the rise and fall of China's honour and Disgrace in the past century, which is worth recommending here.
Jianghanguan Building is the Jianghanguan Museum. There are three floors of the Museum. Each floor has its own specific contents. After reading it, you will have a profound understanding of the history of Wuhan. On the second floor, you can also enjoy the clock of Jianghanguan Clock. This building is the same type as the Leaning Tower of Pisa and Notre Dame of Paris. Take your time. An hour is enough.
The exterior scenery is magnificent and the interior scenery is exquisite. There are exhibitions of modern history of Wuhan. Combining the rooms and restored sculptures of foreign buildings of the Republic of China, life exhibits are like returning to the Republic of China. The view of the river from the windowsill is very spectacular. The customs declaration games can also be played.
Jianghan Pass is one of the earliest open foreign passes in China, so it is a good place for people who like history to understand modern Chinese history. Here, we can have a profound understanding of modern Chinese foreign political, economic and other aspects of history, which is of great ornamental value.
In 1861, Britain forced the Qing government to open Hankou as a foreign trade port and set up customs. Hankou Customs - Jianghan Customs is designed by British architects, luxurious and low-key. In 2015, the Jianghanguan Museum was opened free of charge, where the history of Jianghanguan was explained by sand painting, and many scenes were restored: European furniture, old abacus, bronze carving customs declarers, rich and informative historical materials.