Leitai Park is situated on the north side of Wuwei City and is a famous travel destination in the city. It has a nice environment. At the center, there is a large square with the symbol of Wuwei -- Bronze Running Horse (also known as Galloping Horse Treading on a Flying Swallow). On the side, there are many bronze army horses. It is quite a majestic scene. There is Leitai Han Tomb, where visitors can see what burial was like during the Han Dynasty. The tomb contains a coffin room, a walkway, and lots of text explanations. It is worth a visit!
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Ma Tiao Fei Yan is a symbol of China's tourist city. It is from the Leitai Han Tomb in Wuwei City, Gansu Province.
This horse is strong and sturdy, flying and sprinting, three feet vacant, heads up and down, and the right-footed foot is stepping on a winged and flying "Aeolus" dragon bird, which gives the horse a strong vitality and strong beauty. The copper galloping horse not only contains high artistic and historical value, but also has excellent casting skills, which is called the best in bronze. Above the
Han tomb, there is a Leitai view. This is a Taoist temple view. The building complex consists of more than ten buildings including Shanmen, Fengbo Yushi Hall, Leizu Hall, and Samsung Doum Temple. It is magnificent and has the architectural style and Taoist characteristics of the northern China.
Traveling abroad will always see familiar signs, horses fly swallows. Today, we came to Wuwei's number one scenic spot, and the Chinese tourist mark, Ma Tiaofeiyan's land, the Leitaihan tomb scenic spot.
Lei Tai Han Tomb is a national key cultural relics protection unit. It is the most representative Han Dynasty civilization site in Wuwei. It is famous for its unearthed Ma Tufeiyan, which has great artistic value and cultural value. Let me go in and have a look.
In September 1969, local farmers inadvertently discovered a large brick chamber tomb in the late Eastern Han Dynasty when they dug the bomb shelter under the Leitai. Although the tomb was stolen many times in the early days, the cultural relics are very rich. More than 20,000 coins were unearthed, and 231 pieces of precious cultural relics such as gold, silver, jade, copper, pottery and bone were all called by the Chinese cultural relics. "Underground Museum". After being unearthed, these cultural relics were transferred to the Gansu Provincial Museum, which included the famous horse-drawn swallows at home and abroad.
The logo of the horse stepping swallow can be seen in many places. This is a symbol of China's tourism. In general, the excellent tourist cities will place the sculptures of the horse-drawn swallows in the conspicuous places in the urban area. Ma, unearthed in an ancient tomb in Gansu, China.
Guangsu Wuwei, known as "Liangzhou" in ancient times, is one of the important ancient capitals in the northwestern region. It is the source of the cool, the cool, the south cool, the north cool, the big cool in this capital, the origin of the desolation culture. Ground. Here, the Emperor Wu of Han Dynasty was named after the military martial arts of the Han Empire. It is a historical and cultural city. The
Lei Tai Han Tomb is located in North Guanzhong Road, Wuwei. It has a long history of more than 1,700 years and is well known for its unearthed rare treasures. Ma Tufeiyan is a rare treasure and one of the first cultural relics in China that is forbidden to leave the exhibition. It is now in the Gansu Provincial Museum and is the treasure of the museum. The
Leitai Han Tomb was built in the late Eastern Han Dynasty. The tomb is divided into three parts: the front, the middle and the back, and the left and right ear chambers. There are 231 pieces of cultural relics such as gold, silver, copper, iron, jade, bone, stone and pottery. The most prominent in the unearthed relics is the casting of 99 pieces of bronze horses.
Ma Ting Fei Yan is also called Ma Chao Longque, which is green bronze. The horse is 34.5 cm high, 45 cm long and weighs 7.5 kg. The horse-shaped god is both lively and vivid.
The statue that I saw at the first sight of Wuwei Leitai was a copper horse. If you go further, you can see 99 pieces of copper horses that have been magnified 6 times. The head horse is stepping on a small flying swallow, which maintains the stability of the entire shape.
This copper running horse has a very nice name because of Guo Moruo's name: Ma Tingfeiyan. If you look closely, you can see that the horse is flying, but his eyes glance at the swallows under his feet. He seems to want to see what he has accidentally stepped on. The swallows under his feet also have a look back. They also want to know, yes. Who stepped on himself. Because the shape is too vivid, when it came out, it caused a sensation in the world. When it was selected as a symbol of China's tourist city, it stood out from the pile of entries and won the top spot.
Bronze horse Ma Yizhen's horse, the shape is very worth seeing, almost every horse is holding his head open his mouth, his chest is chest, showing a high spirit of fighting spirit, it is said that these horses are bloody BMW . The bronze horses and horses include 17 pieces of samurai, 28 slaves, 14 bronze cars, 1 bronze cow and 39 copper horses. When these bronze horses were unearthed from the tomb, the order had been disrupted, and the current arrangement was based on the products of various historical materials.
This ceremonial battle shows that the position of the tomb is extremely high, not only the soldiers, the horses, but also the cattle carts with grain and grass. The tomb No. 1 is the place where the copper horses are found. The owner of the tomb is about the late Eastern Han Dynasty. People, about 1800 years ago. The tomb of the tomb
2 cannot be studied, but from the geographical point of view, it should be the elder of the No. 1 tomb.