Travel date: 2019-11-13. To Tickets are 60. Chenggu County Museum and Zhang Qian Memorial Hall are together. There are two attractions for one ticket. There is Zhang Qian’s tomb in the memorial hall. The museum and the memorial have their own ticket gates, but the green space behind them is connected. The museum is definitely worth seeing (the ticket is too expensive). . To Transportation: The staff said that there used to be buses, but the passenger flow was small and the subsidies were insufficient, and then there were no cars. You can get Didi, which is 7 yuan from Chenggu North Station Didi (the starting price in my impression). It's not necessarily easy to call a taxi when I leave. Anyway, I walked to Chenggu North Station for an hour. . . To Time: about 1.5 hours for the museum and more than one hour for the memorial.
The Zhang Qian Memorial Hall is a cemetery-like cultural landscape built on the tomb of Zhang Qian, a famous diplomat, explorer and pioneer of the "Silk Road" in the Western Han Dynasty. As early as August 1956. The tomb of Zhang Qian was listed as the first batch of key cultural relics protection units by the Shaanxi Provincial People's Committee. In May 1983, the People's Government of Chengzhou County established the "Zhang Qian Tomb Cultural Relic Management Office". As a special protection agency for Zhang Qian's tomb. And officially started operations. It was renamed "Zhang Qian Memorial Hall" in 1990.
Zhang Qian was a famous figure in the Western Han Dynasty Emperor Wu. He was famous for pioneering the Silk Road. After his death, he was buried in Bowang Village, Chenggu County, Hanzhong. The Zhang Qian Memorial Hall and the graveyard together vividly introduced Zhang Qian's magnificent life as an envoy to the Western Regions.
The Zhang Qian Memorial Hall is together with the Chenggu County Museum, and the fare for outsiders is 15 yuan. The Zhang Qian Memorial Hall is a newly built imitation Han-style building, magnificent and dignified, divided into 4 exhibition rooms to introduce Zhang Qian's life and the course of his mission to the Western Regions. The couplet of Zhang Qian's sacrifice to the hall was "One envoy wins a thousand troops, and two benefits for ten thousand years." Zhang Qian's envoy to the Western Regions and the opening of the Silk Road are really so-called "unique achievements". The last is the tomb of Zhang Qian. The two Han Dynasty stone tigers in front of the tomb are exquisite works for all generations. Zhang Qian was named Bowanghou because he knew about the Western Regions and went far and saw a lot.