It is worthy of being the first batch of cultural relics to enter the national security! Hanque is already one of the few, and even fewer are open to visit! Qimuque's young room is not open, and the regret of not seeing it is made up here. The two faults are very well preserved. The Chinese paintings on the surface are clearly identifiable and the lines are simple and thick. And many pictures are engraved with words, just like a comic strip of stone carvings, very interesting! In addition to the Han stone reliefs in the Wu's ancestral hall, the West Corridor also displays some Han stone reliefs found in the surrounding areas. The subjects are diverse. The most interesting is a picture about the Queen Mother of the West. Zuwu and Nine-tailed Fox are classic elements in the story of Queen Mother of the West. In short, it is very worth seeing. The only regret is that the conditions of the exhibition are not very good, the venue is not spacious enough, and the lighting is relatively dim. I hope that funds can be allocated to expand the exhibition hall so as not to disappoint these national treasures.
This place is so-so, but the place is relatively remote. He is not so big. Who can check it out if you have time, search the address on the Internet
Let me talk about it first, the reason for not opening for free is that the state does not subsidize. In addition, if you think it’s not worth buying a ticket and don’t think it’s worth seeing, shouldn’t you take a look at your academic level first?
Although the scenic spot is small, there are many firsts in the country. It is worth seeing. Many historical allusions are reflected in the stone carvings. It is also the source of many domestic characters, such as the Yellow Emperor. Tickets are 50, guides are 50, and parking lot is free. Expensive, but it is worthwhile to ask a tour guide to explain in detail and benefit a lot. If there is no explanation, you will not know the ins and outs, and you will take a look at the flowers. I don't know the allusions, it is better not to go!
The stone carvings of the Wu family tombs are located in Wudishan Village, Zhifang Town, 15 kilometers south of Jiaxiang County. It was originally an ancestral hall of the Wu family of Jiaxiang eunuch in the late Eastern Han Dynasty. The ancestral hall was built in the first year of Emperor Huan's Jianhe (AD 147) Including stones, stone lions, tombstones, portraits, etc. There are 1 pair of stone ques and 1 pair of stone lions, 2 pieces of Han stele and 44 pieces of Han portrait stone at Wu's Temple. It is a national first-level key cultural relics protection unit and a treasure in the world cultural heritage. The Han Dynasty Stone Relief in Wu's Temple is the largest and best-preserved Han Dynasty stone group and Han Dynasty stone relief in China. The portraits are rich in content and widely used, reflecting the social conditions, customs, regulations, and religious beliefs of the Eastern Han Dynasty from various perspectives.
Preston_Dominguez: Jiaxiang County, Jining City, Shandong Province
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Wu's Tomb Stone Carving Museum,Wushici Sceneic Area