The Qingzhou Museum is located in the northwest corner of the beautiful Qingzhou City, adjacent to Fangong Pavilion Park. The Qingzhou Museum is a seat-enclosed antique building with an elegant appearance. Although the museum is not large, it contains rare cultural relics such as Zhao Bingzhong's champion paper in the Ming Dynasty, large stone statues in the Eastern Han Dynasty, and the unique Buddhist statues of Longxing Temple in Qingzhou. The collections are rich and rare, making it a well-known county museum.
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On both sides of the hall where there are giant Buddha heads, there is one exhibition hall, stone sculptures on one side and stone carvings on one side. There are many super-large exhibits in the two exhibition halls, as well as many beautiful stone carvings.
The two Han Dynasty stone carvings on the wall are actually the tomb gates. Looks like it feels gloomy!
The Qingzhou Museum is a comprehensive local history museum and a national first-class museum. The museum was built in 1959 and was newly built in 1984. It is rich in collections and precious in the category, and is among the best in China's museums of the same class.
When it comes to celebrity writings, you have to say Li Qingzhao and Zhao Mingcheng! In the introduction of Li Qingzhaos ancestral hall, it was said that the two had lived together in Qingzhou for more than ten years, and Li Qingzhao lived here alone for twenty years. Li Qingzhao wrote a lot of words in Qingzhou, and Zhao Mingcheng also completed the famous "Golden Stone Record" under the cooperation of Li Qingzhao.
Unpredictable is not only basaltic, but also a huge stone statue like an alien!
Before going out of the Qingzhou Museum, you need to share a picture with you. This is this. This picture was taken in the statue exhibition hall on the second floor of the Qingzhou Museum. In the photo is a giant mountain Buddha statue with a face of more than 2,500 meters, which is much larger than the 72-meter Leshan Giant Buddha and the 67-meter Bamiyan Buddha. According to research, this reclining Buddha was discovered in the Southern and Northern Dynasties and was discovered in 1993.