The Museum Of The Nanyue King Mausoleum is the tomb of the second generation of the South Vietnamese king, Zhao Yuzhi, discovered in 1983. It is the largest and only Han Dynasty painted stone chamber tomb found in the Lingnan area. There are more than 10,000 pieces of cultural relics unearthed in the tomb. Among them, the cultural relics such as the "Wendi Emperor" gold seal, the jade corner cup, the wrong gold inscription tiger festival, the printed copper plate mold, and the flat glass bronze medal have significant historical, scientific and artistic values. The political, economic and cultural aspects of Lingnan two thousand years ago.
The Tomb of Nanyue King was one of the major archaeological discoveries in China in the 1980s. In 1996, it was listed as a national key cultural relics protection unit. In 2004, he was selected as a national AAAA-level scenic spot. In 2008, he was named "National First-class Museum". The "Southern Vietnam Ruins" and "Maritime Silk Road" were selected for the list of China's World Cultural Heritage.
The Museum Of The Nanyue King Mausoleum, which was officially opened to the public in 1988, has a building area of more than 17,400 square meters and mainly displays the original site of the Tomb of Nanyue King and its unearthed cultural relics. The museum is centered on the ancient tomb and is built on the mountain. It organically links the various exhibition spaces, the ancient tomb reserve and the main exhibition building. It highlights the group style of the museum and is the modern architecture of Lingnan. A brilliant representative, has won six domestic and international architectural awards.
In 1983, after the excavation work of the Tomb of Nanyue King was completed, the Guangzhou Municipal Party Committee and the Municipal Government made the decision to “build the Nanyue Wang Special Museum on the spot, protect the ancient tomb, and display the unearthed cultural relics”.
In March 1984, The Museum Of The Nanyue King Mausoleum was formally approved by the municipal government and land acquisition. Then the project design, demonstration and screening were started. Finally, the design of Mr. Mo Bozhi, the academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the chief engineer of the Municipal Planning Bureau, was adopted. Program.
On December 27, 1986, the foundation stone laying ceremony was held. The first phase of the project was to strengthen and repair the ancient tomb.
On February 8, 1988, the comprehensive exhibition building was completed and officially opened to the public.
In 1989, The Museum Of The Nanyue King Mausoleum carried out the repair and reinforcement of the tomb, the lighthouse of the tomb, and the construction of the East Corridor.
On February 8, 1993, the main exhibition building of the second phase of The Museum Of The Nanyue King Mausoleum was completed. On the same day, the opening of the "Western Han Dynasty Nanyue King Tomb Unearthed Cultural Relics Exhibition" and "Yang Yongde's Donation of Tibetan Pillows Special Exhibition" marked the completion of the Museum of The Nanyue King Mausoleum.
In 1995 and 1997, a large stone ditch pool and a 150-meter-long Shigou Ququ channel were cleaned up in conjunction with the construction project. Both belong to the whole, which is the garden artificial waterscape of the King Palace in Nanyue. In the second half of 1996, at the 50 meters west of the Dashi Pool in Gongyuan, a well-prepared palace water brick well was discovered.
By bus No. 5, 24, 29, 58, the 101 and 103 trams and special lines are available.
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