Because of the heavy rain, I just passed in to hide from the rain, and found that the Yunnan Provincial Museum is indeed a place worth visiting. The historical and cultural heritage is still very strong. There are introductions to the ancient Dian Kingdom, as well as the earliest dinosaur fossil museum in China. An introduction to national customs.
The Yunnan Museum is a provincial-level comprehensive museum in China. It is located at No. 6393 Guangfu Road, Kunming. It was founded in August 1951 and has an exhibition area of 2,400 square meters. The geometrical aesthetics of the museum’s lobby is amazing. Every angle can be framed, and you can enter the venue. The first floor shows the characteristic ethnic culture exhibition; the second floor shows the history and culture from ancient to ancient times; the third floor displays modern civilization. On the whole, the most distinctive items in the collection are the Dian cultural bronzes, the Buddhist relics from the Nanzhao and Dali periods, and the colorful modern ethnic minority cultural works. A museum is an interesting place to learn about a city and a regional culture!
As a landmark building in Kunming, the new museum is connected to Guangfu Road in the north, Baoxiang River in the west, Yunnan Grand Theater, a large cultural square in the east, and Jihong Road in the south. There are no large obstructions around it. A complete and solemn visual image can be seen on the street scene or the riverside landscape. ￼ New building of Yunnan Provincial Museum Click to view larger image As for me, everyone knows right? After all, I have read so many travel notes. I have always been maverick, straight to and fro, and I only live far away in my heart, but there is absolutely no poetry, that stuff is too ungrounded So, even if tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, or even every day, it doesn’t matter, buddies will close their eyes and pass it into the distance! ! ! You and I are both very "Buddha"! ! ! ￼ New building of Yunnan Provincial Museum Click to view larger image Statue of Guanyin with Silver Backlight (Song, Dali State) The standing statue of Avalokiteshvara with silver back light is high in hair bun, wearing a crown of Hua Buddha, with a female face, and receiving the seal of the wonderful sound of the knot. He wears a skirt, a flower-shaped belt, and barefoot. Unearthed at the Qianxun Pagoda of Chongsheng Temple in Dali, it is 29.5 cm high and has two square tenons under its feet. Boat-shaped backlight, silver hollow, with lotus pattern on the inside, and yuluo bowl flower, joint bead pattern and flame pattern on the outside. It weighs 1135 grams. It is the largest known Buddha statue cast in pure gold in the Song Dynasty, and it is also the most precious Buddhist art treasure in Dali. ￼ New building of Yunnan Provincial Museum Click to view larger image Bronze Achanye Guanyin Statue (Song, Dali State) 46 cm high After Buddhism was introduced into Er Haiti, it merged with the local primitive religion and formed the "Dian Mi" Azhali Buddhism with local characteristics. After the establishment of Dali, the main god of Azhali Buddhism, Achanye Guanyin, was still the main deity worshipped by the royal family. This Guanyin is slender and slender, with naked upper body, bare feet, and wearing a crown of lotus flowers. In the middle of the crown, there is a statue of Amitabha sitting in knots. There is no clear gender feature and it is commonly called "Slim-waist Guanyin." It is a typical representative of Nanzhao and Dali Buddhist statues, with strong local and national characteristics, and a symbol of ancient Buddhist art in Yunnan. No one is missing... ￼ New building of Yunnan Provincial Museum Click to view larger image Green glazed pottery furnace (Dali Country) The introduction of green glaze in the Red River State Museum before, right, that line of furnaces often refers to the incense burners we are familiar with. Since the beginning of the Southern and Northern Dynasties, there is a practice in Buddhism called "jogging incense", that is, holding the incense burner and going around the Buddha image three times, seven times or more, because the incense burner can be used in a fixed place or walking by hand, so it is called For the line furnace. Porcelain row furnaces were popular in the Tang and Song dynasties, and various kiln openings were fired. The term "furnace" is used in ceramics, and it can be confirmed that it is a matter of more than ten years. It is a new term given to ancient ceramics researchers or collectors to hold a specific incense burner when offering incense to the Buddha. The name of the ceramic "roasting furnace" is most likely to come from the pattern of the incense burner in the Song "Panwang Li Buddha Picture", the single handle incense burner held by the incense practitioner. From the beginning of the Southern and Northern Dynasties, the imperial court held the "Xingxiang" puja. Department mage presided over the puja, and said that
A good place to learn about Yunnan’s history and culture; Large space and strong design style; If you are interested in Yunnan's religious and Buddhist culture, you can go directly to the third floor; The exhibition on the first floor starts from the ancient ocean world, including the origin of biology. This part is the same as the whole country. If you just want to understand the history of Yunnan, you can take a quick look.
To travel to Yunnan, first go to the Yunnan Provincial Museum to see it, which will make your trip to Yunnan more rewarding and meaningful. The treasures of the Yunnan Museum include Dali gilt silver and beaded gold-winged bird, ox and tiger bronze cases of the Warring States period, Dali state gold Acaiye Guanyin standing statue, Western Han Dynasty war scene stacked drum shell storage, Western Han gilt four cows Knight copper receptacles and so on.