During the winter vacation, I took my children to visit the Imperial Examination Museum of China. I made an appointment for a lecturer, which is 100 yuan. The lecturer introduced in detail the "imperial examination system" in ancient China. Imperial Examination is a kind of official selection system in China's long feudal period. It began in the first year of Sui Dynasty and ended in the 31st year of Guangxu in Qing Dynasty. It lasted for 1300 years in Chinese history. For thousands of years, the imperial examinations linked reading and being an official through examinations, through fair competition, and finally took achievement as the sole criterion for admission. Therefore, it has the reputation of "the system of publicity" and has been praised as "China's fifth largest invention". Walking into the reception hall, four groups of dynamic pictures "village children's school disturbance" "gongyuan to take an examination" "Nushe Baishi" "Yueyue Longmen" show us four important stages in the life of ancient students. Coming to the underground museum on the fourth floor, we visited the five exhibition areas "Seeking the Virtue for the Country" "Fish-dragon Change" "Jinbang Title" "Jinling Fair Tales" and "Long-standing History" to understand in detail the far-reaching impact of the imperial examination system on individuals, the country and the world. Out of the underground museum, to the ground, the ink pool in the center of the museum is like a mirror, reflecting the surrounding scenery in the meantime, with the implication of "learning from history". Finally, we came to the hut on both sides of the Mochi Pool and experienced the narrow hut of the imperial examination candidates at that time. We realized that the inheritance of civilization came from arduous struggle in ancient times.
The Imperial Examination Museum of China is opposite to the Gongyuan in Jiangnan, and adjacent to the Confucius Temple in the west. Online ticket purchase is 36 yuan. It is very convenient to verify and collect tickets at the scenic spot service on the west side of the archway. The tickets include Jiangnan Gongyuan and Imperial Examination Museum. Explanation service is 100 yuan per time, only explaining the Imperial Examination Museum. We asked for a commentator, who was told that we would visit the Gongyuan in Jiangnan in half an hour. The staff's attitude is warm and praised. The tribute courtyard in the south of the Yangtze River is a retro style, and the Imperial Examination Museum is a sense of modernity. The two are complementary to each other, so that tourists can feel the changes and development of history. The building of the Imperial Examination Museum sank into the ground as a whole. The upper part is a square shallow pool. The pool area is just 1300 square meters. It has experienced 1300 years of history of the Imperial Examination ingeniously and longitudinally with its transverse area. I sincerely admire the overall sense of the designers. It is certainly not appropriate to build large modern buildings in the Qinhuai Scenic Area of the Confucius Temple. If all the exhibition halls adopt the retro style, the exhibition area will be greatly reduced. The main Pavilion is designed to sink, and the exhibition area is required to be underground. The subsidiary Pavilion is the Jiangnan tribute courtyard with a retro style. All these contradictions can be solved easily. Zan Museum from the ground, a total of 4 layers 130 meters, one meter to ten years, just once again implies the history of the imperial examination 1300 years. The outer walls of tiles like fish scales, and the inner walls made of books and slips, have a full sense of design and historical flavor. The collection covers all aspects of the imperial examination, including the palace examination papers and other kinds of papers, the plaque of the first prize scholar, wood carvings, stone carvings, archways, utensils, as well as all kinds of documents reflecting the imperial examination system, such as martial arts stone and other key cultural relics. The audiovisual Hall of the exhibition hall uses the floating projection technology to show the development of the imperial examination system and the tribute courtyard in Jiangnan with the theme film "Millennium Imperial Examination Dream". The lecturer is a beautiful woman dressed in Ming and Qing Dynasty costumes. She explained one by one patiently and meticulously. We enjoyed and tasted it carefully and had a wonderful tour.
Imperial Examination is an important means of gaining fame and official career in feudal society. The Imperial Examination Museum of China was built in the tribute courtyard of Jiangnan. It collected the test papers of the first prize, the list of eyes and the flower detection, which are more beautiful than the newspapers now.
Today, ten years of heavy snow, Nanjing turned into Jinling! The Imperial Examination Museum is very interesting. It's built on the fourth floor of the ground. It's not dark and humid at all. Rain and snow are falling one after another, especially against the outside walls of bamboo slips! My son looked at it carefully for two hours, sweating..
In the colorful autumn, Jinlinghang (11) Jiangnan Gongyuan, the Chinese Imperial Examination Museum, located in Gongyuan Street, Fuzimiao, Nanjing, is the largest imperial examination venue in China. It was built in the four years of Song and Qiandao (1168), and reached its peak in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. From the completion of Jiangnan Gongyuan to the abolition of the imperial examination in the late Qing Dynasty, more than 800 top scholars, more than 100,000 scholars and millions of scholars were transported to the country. Famous celebrities, only in Ming and Qing Dynasties, more than half of the country's officials came from Jiangnan Gongyuan, which shows the prosperity of Jinling culture. Recalling that the students who took the exam had to take the dry food for themselves. First, they had to pass three exams in nine days and six nights (three days and two nights for one) to realize their dream of reporting to the country step by step. The Imperial Examination Museum of China, built on the basis of Jiangnan Gongyuan, was a collection of high-ranking officials. Science and technology, breathing modern museums, through the long underground corridor, as if through the scene of the students will take the exam.
Jiangnan Gongyuan is now called the Imperial Examination Museum. It is located in the area of Confucius Temple. It is the largest imperial examination venue in ancient China. Many times before, this is the first time since the reconstruction. It feels amazing. Firstly, the sinking architecture of the new museum has its own characteristics; secondly, the collection is relatively rich, involving all aspects of the imperial examination system; in addition, the original cultural relics retained complement the new buildings. Careful visit, in addition to their own enlarged knowledge, but also to let children understand the ancient examination system.
It feels like this is a place of super surprise. I don't know if I'm led by you. It's next to the Confucius Temple. My friends at Nanjing University don't know that there is no big place to go in. There are really four underground floors. From the history of imperial examinations in China, the changes of each dynasty to the influence of imperial examinations on the West, to the present, from the presentation of real papers to the restoring display of examination halls, to the simulation of video and models, there are so many things that are worth recommending. And it's magnificent, magnificent and powerful!!!
Twelve years ago, when I went to Nanjing, a curved corridor near the Qinhuai River was still open to the public free of charge. At that time, I was walking in the corridor, looking at the golden Qinhuai River in the sunset and three or two groups of tourists leaning against the beauty, I felt that Nanjing was really comfortable. This Spring Festival, people in vain many times, the original free corridor has become a need to collect tickets to enter. The Gongyuan scenic spots in the south of the Yangtze River are divided into two districts. The old buildings in the south are connected with the Qinhuai River. The scenery on the Qinhuai River can be seen along the river. Now many historical exhibitions have been added artificially, which can be seen more than before. The new building in the north is the Chinese Imperial Examination Museum. The historical materials of imperial examinations, together with various modern exhibition means, make people sigh. Tourists who like Chinese culture are worth seeing. The fare is 40 per person, slightly expensive.
Jiangnan Gongyuan, also known as Nanjing Gongyuan and Jiankang Gongyuan, is located on the east side of the Confucius Temple School Palace in Qinhuai District of Nanjing City. It is the largest imperial examination venue in ancient China. It is also one of the three major ancient buildings in the Confucius Temple area. It is an important part of the Qinhuai Scenic Belt of Confucius Temple. On the basis of the tribute courtyard in the south of the Yangtze River, it has been expanded into the Chinese Imperial Examination Museum. It is the only professional museum in China that reflects the content of the Chinese Imperial Examination System. It is also the Chinese Imperial Examination System Center, the Chinese Imperial Examination Culture Center and the Chinese Imperial Examination Cultural Relics Collection Center. Some of the venues opened on August 11, 2014 include the underground floor of the museum, Mingyuan Building on the ground, Zhigong Hall, Number House, Stele Inscription and Kuiguang Pavilion in Nanyuan, including 11 exhibition halls.
The Chinese Imperial Examination Museum is located in Qinhuai District, Nanjing City. It is the center of the imperial examination system, the cultural center of the imperial examination and the collection center of the cultural relics of the imperial examination in China. The Chinese Imperial Examination Museum was rebuilt and expanded from the Jiangnan Gongyuan, the largest imperial examination venue in ancient China. At its peak, more than 20,000 candidates could be admitted to the examination at the same time. The Museum covers an area of 6.63 hectares, ranging from Pingjiangfu Road in the east, Gongyuan Street in the south, Jinling West Road in the West and Jiankang Road in the north. According to the plan, the first phase of the project covers an area of 275 hectares to the South and west of Mingyuan Building, with a planned floor area of 92,000 square meters. The main purpose is to repair and protect some of the numbered buildings and Mingyuan Building, and to build the main body of the imperial examination Museum and necessary supporting facilities. The second phase of the project covers an area of 3.88 hectares to the north and east of Mingyuan Tower. It mainly restores the Feihong Bridge, opens the historical axis of the tribute courtyard in the south of the Yangtze River, and further constructs the supporting facilities for cultural tourism. Some of the venues opened on August 11, 2014 include the underground floor of the museum, Mingyuan Building on the ground, Zhigong Hall, Number House, Stele Inscription and Kuiguang Pavilion in Nanyuan, including 11 exhibition halls.