Happy July fellow Americans/people taking advantage of the holiday to get drunk!
Urban Footprint Museum condenses the history of human urban development for more than 5,000 years. Through more than 300 precious cultural relics and taking the time sequence of urban development as the main line, it shows the development process of cities at home and abroad, and vividly restores the famous historical sites including the human civilization of the two river basins, the Troy War, the Renaissance and so on. Most of the exhibits come from the British Museum, the Berlin National Museum, the Forbidden City, the Nanjing Museum and the Sanxingdui Museum. They cover the cultural relics of Babylon, ancient Egypt, Rome, Inca, Greece and Sanxingdui. Look at the names that are like thunder through the ears - "Zeng Hou Yi Bronze Jianwei of the Warring States Period, Yanyu Bronze Lamp of the Western Han Dynasty, Bronze Man Mask of Sanxingdui, Da & 183 of Italy, Triangle Fortress of the Museum of Science and Technology of Vinci. The heritage and footprints of these cities witness the pursuit of a better life and the progress of human civilization. Therefore, the City Footprint Pavilion is well-deserved to be praised as "the most beautiful and valuable Pavilion in the Expo Park".
I like the history of the development of this kind of relationship and feel that it can run through the past and the present.
Through precious cultural relics, it shows the evolution of human beings and the changes of cities. It's worth visiting.
It is very suitable for parent-child activities and can understand the history of Shanghai architecture.
Fortunately, at the footprint exhibition, I was shocked to think it was a national football exhibition.
Overall, it is good. This Museum mainly introduces the planning and development of the city.
There are pavilions with different national characteristics. They are very beautiful.