The Liyuan Ruins Museum is composed of five parts: Xiaotang Ruins, Liyuan Model, Liyuan Cultural Relics, Liyuan Music and Dance, and Liyuan Originator. It exhibits 85 precious cultural relics and 15 music and dance murals unearthed from the Liyuan Ruins. At the same time, it is relatively completely protected and exhibited. The site of the "small soup" dedicated to the bathing of disciples in Liyuan. The exhibition vividly reproduces the grand scene of the pear orchard in the Tang Dynasty through detailed cultural relics and provides a physical basis for studying the culture and development of the pear orchard in the Tang Dynasty.
Located in Lintong Huaqing Pool, Xi'an City, Shaanxi Province. The museum was built on the site of the Liyuan Garden of the Huaqing Palace in the Tang Dynasty, when it was the first official drama training institution in history.
85 precious cultural relics and 15 music and dance murals unearthed from the Liyuan site are exhibited. At the same time, the "small soup" site dedicated to the bathing of Liyuan disciples is more fully protected and exhibited.
The Tang Liyuan Site is located in the Huaqing Lake Scenic Area. It was built in the 11th year of Kaiyuan. It is the only Tang Dynasty Liyuan site unearthed in my country so far. It is also called Suijia Liyuan. It has now been opened as the Tang Liyuan Site Museum.
It is the first pear garden cultural museum in the country.
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