Yongle Palace is the first major cultural relics protection units in China, among which the most precious is the Yuan Dynasty murals, murals are still well preserved, bright colors, clear lines smooth natural, still clearly visible, the museum has detailed introduction to this.
Yongle Palace, named after its old site in Yongle Town, is also known as Dachunyang Longevity Palace. Yongle Palace is a national key cultural relics protection unit. The original site is located in Zhaoxian Village, Yongle Town, Ruicheng County, Shanxi Province. The current site is located on the east side of Longquan Village, 3 kilometers north of Ruicheng County. Yongle Palace was built in the Yuan Dynasty. The construction period was more than 110 years. The walls inside the palace were covered with Yongle Palace murals. The main buildings of the existing Yongle Palace are one gate and three halls, one is the Dragon and Tiger Hall, which is the Promise Gate, and the three halls are Sanqing Hall, Chunyang Hall, and Chongyang Hall.
The most influential part of Yongle Palace is the murals of its three major halls. The murals created in the Yuan Dynasty are still bright and beautiful, and the characters are full of expressions. Through the museum, we can better understand its information, as well as the process of protection and relocation.
The relocation of the Sanmenxia Dam in the past reminds us of the temple of Abu Simbe in Aswan, Egypt. The frescoes are indeed bullish, and the paintings of the characters in the history of Chinese paintings have been weak, while the Yongle Palace frescoes are a real twist.
The murals are definitely rare treasures. It is recommended that those who engage in art painting must check it out to appreciate the wonderful mural art of the Yuan Dynasty. The character portrays are wonderful and quiet, with a variety of resources, lifelike images, and a strong sense of history. Cultural protection is also possible.