Except for a solitary stone monument erected in the field, all you can do is to give full play to your imagination and imagine the little so-called'country' that was covered with historical dust, leaving only a piece of wheat in the field. In the field, you will feel how powerful people are.
My hometown is the ancient city of Lu. What impressed me the most was: I saw ancient pottery wells dug out when I was a child. The pottery tubes were built in the wells. The pottery tubes were about 0.3 meters high and about 0.3 meters in diameter. Different, the top circle is the largest with a diameter of about 1.5 meters, and the bottom circle is about 1 meter. Each circle has 4 small holes for water; I don’t know if there are any. After being excavated, the water flowing out was very clear. In addition, people often dig out pottery utensils in the ground, such as pots, pots, etc., as well as pottery lamps, the kind that light oil. At that time, there was no electricity. Some people still use this kind of lamp!
There is nothing in the ancient city of Lu. There are no monuments.
This is really nothing worth seeing, what do you think of children's shoes!
Things are human and non-human, only remaining, a piece of loess tells bleak.
Preston_Dominguez: Jiwangcheng Village, Sheshan Town, Zoucheng City, Jining City, Shandong Province
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Yi Mountain,Zhuguo Ancient City,Yishanxingguo Temple