Ang Angxi, may be very strange to many people, but also very strange to me. The reason why I chose to return here is because his name is really interesting.
But when I came here, I was attracted by this small town in the north. Except that the road in front of the train station was not very spacious, there was one room after another that was left by the Russians. If you ask the locals, some locals say that these are all things left by Lao Maozi.
But it is these ruins that show their historical value in the quiet, and they are very worthwhile for those who like him to come and appreciate them.
As a border province, Heilongjiang does not have many cultural and historical relics, so the Stone Age fishing and hunting cultural relics here are very precious and rare. Those who like history should not miss it. Good good
There is no problem with the text content of the ancient cultural site of Angangxi. The problem is that the picture is mismatched. That is the scenery between the two gates of our school, that is, the 23rd Middle School of Qi City. It is very beautiful, but it is not a site. . Please take a snack, thank you.
Ang'angxi Site is located 6 kilometers west of Ang'angxi District. The site is one of the representative sites of fishing and hunting culture in northern China. In 1930, archaeologist Liang Siyong excavated here, and after many excavations, a large number of pressed stone tools and bone tools used for fishing and hunting were unearthed from the ruins and tombs. According to carbon-14 determination, its age is 5000-6000 years ago. This site helps to study the Stone Age culture of Heilongjiang Province and the ancient history of Northeast China, and has been listed as a national key cultural relics protection unit.
The national key cultural relics protection unit is a Neolithic site with a history of six to seven thousand years. It is composed of 39 sites and relics, distributed on the large and small sand dunes in the middle and lower reaches of the Nenjiang River, accompanied by depressions, swamps and lakes. These sites leave a wealth of relics and relics, which provide an important basis for studying the culture of the fishing and hunting ethnic groups in the grasslands of northern China.
Preston_Dominguez: Ang'angxi, Qiqihar, Heilongjiang, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Ang'angxi Relic Site,Luoxiya Street