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Dunhuang Folk Museum

Dunhuang Folk Museum

4.3/5115 Reviews
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"Museum"
Ranked #4 in Dunhuang Important Traditional Customs
Open from 6:00am-7:30pm (Local time)
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"Dunhuang Folk Museum is the first folk manor-style folk museum in western China. It adopts traditional folk castle-style buildings. The architectural style is simple and elegant, the structure is carefully crafted, and it is spacious and bright. The museum displays Dunhuang local culture, religious beliefs, weddings and funerals, rituals, rituals, seasonal festivals, clothing, food, shelter, entertainment, and folk crafts. It serves as a window for Chinese and foreign tourists to understand Dunhuang customs and customs. The folklore museum is knowledgeable. It is interesting and enjoyable and has local characteristics. It systematically reproduces the folk culture of Dunhuang, which is worth stopping for a glance. Entering the Folklore Museum, the open area has the impression of a courtyard house. From the outside, the characteristics of the ancient castle are very obvious. The Folklore Museum has a special area dedicated to various gods, including Guan Yu, Luban, Wenchang Emperor, Jinhua Fairy, the Second Master God, and Luoshen , Medicine King, Confucius, Qu Yuan, Yue Fei, River God, Guanyin of the South Sea, Guanshiyin Bodhisattva, Amitabha, Bodhisattva Bodhisattva, Guanyin for Children, Dongyue the Great, Three Officials, Laojun, Jade Emperor, Lu Zu, Kitchen God, Earth Mother, The god of wealth, the dragon king, thunder god, and the god of the earth, all gods between the heaven and the earth are complete, and the gods move the earth. There is also a couplet that is worth thinking about: it is fun to swim in the abyss, but the tree is good and the songbirds come. Won the Buddha's heart. Horizontal batch: Zhisuo's hometown. However, the price of five yuan per tea egg in the Folk Museum is a bit exaggerated."