Hutai Site Park, located in Xining City, is a free park. It is a good place to sit and daze. Historically, Xining was the capital of Nanliang during the Eastern Jin and Sixteen Kingdoms, and Hutai was the parade platform built at that time. At that time, the crown prince was named Tiger. The king of Nanliang named this platform Hutai after the crown prince. Nanliang King's expedition, the Western Qin Dynasty by virtue of the conquest of the capital of Nanliang, the prince and Baiguan, Nanliang was destroyed. The next year, the king of Nanliang died in the Western Qin Dynasty. Hutai Site Park was built around Hutai mound and several new statues were built. Xining Museum is located in Hutai Park.
The Hutai site in Nanliang is an important relic of Nanliang King when he built his capital in Xining during the Sixteen Kingdoms Period of Eastern Jin Dynasty. It has a history of more than 1600 years. It is said that there was a nine-storey platform, nine feet and eight feet high, which was used for military parade. Now there is only one earth pier left, but with the sculpture, it can still be nostalgic. I think the 100,000 soldiers at that time will be very spectacular! This park is free and opposite Xinning Square. It has convenient transportation and is worth visiting.
Hutai Site, also known as Nanlianghutai Site, is located in the western suburb of Xining City, west of Xining City, Xining City, Qinghai Province. It is an important relic of Nanliang King when he built his capital in Xining during the Eastern Jin and Sixteen Kingdoms Period. It has a history of more than 1600 years. In 414 AD, Nanliang was destroyed by the Western Qin Dynasty. There are nine layers in the platform, with 100,000 Chen Bing under the platform. The platform is used for military inspections. There are only mounds left. The existing platform is 30 meters high and 360 meters long. Local people call it "general platform" or "point general platform".
I saw it just when I was walking around the city of Xining. The park environment is good.
Hutai Site, witness of the prosperity and sorrow of Nanliang Dynasty.
Hutai, the parade platform of Nanliang Dynasty in the Sixteen Kingdoms Period. The Dynasty was in the Han and Wei dynasties. One branch of Tuoba family in Xianbei moved from Saibei to Hexi, and it developed through more than 100 years. Although the Xiao Dynasty only existed for 18 years, it left some traces in the history (high earth mound is the true trace), and made a certain contribution to the integration of various nationalities and cultures.
History is so expensive that it's worth visiting! National Day is coming
The site of Nanliang in the 4th century. There are nine layers in the platform, with 100,000 Chen Bing under the platform. The platform is used for military inspections. There are only mounds left. In 397 AD, Hexi Xianbei aristocratic bald Wugu was called the King of Xiping, and Duxiping (now Xining, Qinghai) later relocated to Yue Du, historically known as Nanliang, which is part of today's western Gansu and Qinghai. His younger brother, Lilu, grew strong after crying, and once dominated the western border. Hutai was built at that time. In 414 AD, Nanliang was destroyed by the Western Qin Dynasty.
It's worth visiting the cultural gathering place, the display of traditional characteristic culture and the understanding of ancient history.