Huai’an Chuzhou Museum (Chinese Water Transport History Museum) is located in Huai’an, Jiangsu Province (called Chuzhou in ancient times). During the Ming and Qing Dynasties, the imperial court set up a water transport governor’s office in Huai’an, in charge of water transport across the country. In 2002, the water transport lobby, the second hall and its auxiliary buildings were discovered one after another, and a large number of architectural stone carvings were unearthed by the Jiangsu Provincial Government in October 2000. Announced as the fifth batch of provincial cultural relics protection units. In order to fully display and protect this historically important relic, and to further study the history of ancient water transport more completely, the relevant state departments have decided to build a Chinese Water Transport History Museum on the basis of the construction of the water transport square at the original site of the Ministry of Water Transport. It is currently the only large-scale thematic museum in China that reflects the theme of water transport.
It's really good~ Every city has a museum, and every museum has its own heritage and records its own development. I like every museum in every city because I can learn about this city from it!
There are many cultural relics and a strong sense of history. Huaian has a long cultural history.
There are really many cultural relics inside, and many cultural relics are placed in the courtyard.
It is a good place to learn about the culture and history of Chuzhou.