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Baoji Bronzeware Museum
To understand Baoji, the place to visit is the Baoji Bronze Museum, which has now been renamed the China Bronze Museum. It is the largest bronze museum in the country and the only museum in the country named after bronze. Because Baoji is the birthplace of Zhou and Qin, and that time is the heyday of bronze, Baoji is also known as the "hometown of bronzes." However, the earliest Western Zhou bronze wares discovered so far were unearthed in Linyi, Shaanxi Province in March 1976, with as many as 60 pieces. Among them, the inscriptions of Li Yu recorded the ruling of Wu Wang. In fact, the number of bronzes in the Western Zhou Dynasty far exceeds that of the Shang Dynasty. The Western Zhou bronze rituals, utensils, weapons, tools, and ornaments have been unearthed in thousands of years. He Zun was unearthed in Jiacun Town, Baoji City in 1963. It was also the first bronze ware collected after the establishment of Baoji City Museum in 1958. It was also the first batch of cultural relics forbidden in China. The inscription of the inscription on the inner bottom of the 12th line of 122 words records the instructions of Cheng Wang in his newly established Dongdu Luojing to his subordinate "Zong Xiaozi" in his five years of pro-government. This inscription records the important historical events of Zhou Chengwang's construction of Luojing and the construction of the capital. The word "China" was used as a phrase for the first time in the inscription of He Zun.