Leitai Park is located in the city center, free visits, ID card exchange, free parking. The park square shows the magnified model of copper galloping horse and horse array unearthed from Leitai Han Tomb, which is very shocking. Behind it is Leitaiguan, followed by the tomb of the Han Dynasty for 45 yuan. We did not enter. The Summer Culture Museum in the park is worth visiting.
Leitai Park is the most famous scenic spot in Wuwei City. The famous Leitai Han Tomb is in the park. Leitai Han Tomb is the tomb of Zhangye General, the guardian of the Han Dynasty. The reason why this tomb is famous in the world is that the bronze statue of Ma Ta Feiyan, a tourist symbol of China, was unearthed here. Parks are free, but some of the Han tombs need to buy tickets. After entering Leitai Han tomb, you can see the original tombs of the Han Dynasty, such as tombs, grave paths and so on. And the only Leitaiguan of Baileigong can go and visit it!
Leitai Han Tomb was the tomb of Zhang Jun, the governor of Zhangye, in the Han Dynasty. The tomb owner was one of the guards in the Han Dynasty. The reason why this Han tomb is famous in the world is that the bronze statue of Ma Ta Feiyan, a Chinese tourist symbol unearthed here, is also a treasure of the famous town hall of Gansu Museum.
Leitai Temple, located in the interior of Leitai Park, is adjacent to Leitai Han Tomb and built on a high platform. In the temple, there is an ancient tree full of prayer ribbons. The temple has a certain historical flavor and is open free of charge. Leitai Temple, in fact, should be "Leitai Guan" (as on the lintel), a Taoist orthodox school of Taoism, which worships Lei Gong and Dianmu, the Three Officials, and the sixty Jiazi gods.
Leitai is a world-famous rare treasure, China's tourism symbol - quot; Ma Ta Feiyan - quot; the land out, located in Beiguan Middle Road, Wuwei City, Gansu Province, covers an area of 124,000 square meters. Leitai is a top-quality tourist attraction on the Silk Road. In 1983, Leitai was declared as a key cultural relics protection unit in Gansu Province. On June 25, 2001, Leitai Han Tomb was declared as the fifth batch of key cultural relics protection units by the State Council.
This is the site of the Han Dynasty tomb, named for Lei Gongguan above the Han Dynasty tomb. The Taoist architecture is grand, but not elaborate. The emphasis is on the underground Han tomb, which has a peculiar structure, neat layout and unearthed many cultural and military works. It is well-known for flying horses and stepping on swallows, revealing the productivity level of the Han Dynasty.
It's a long experience to drive westward to Wuwei. It's shocking to visit Rongtai. The unearthed cultural relics 1500 years ago are well preserved. A lifelike bronze horse is really beautiful. It fully reflects the artistic aesthetic feeling and the production level of bronze wares in the ancient Eastern Han Dynasty. The origin of "Ma Ta Feiyan" has become a symbol of China's tourism. It is the pride of Wuwei.
The main purpose of Wuwei is to walk 15 kinds of Leitai Park northward from the Rosh Temple. Although there is no money to enter the park, there is a charge for entering the Han Tomb. I thought it was closed on Monday, so I just wanted to go shopping here, but then I knew there was an opening. It was late. I didn't ask for more tickets to rush in. After the factory yard, bronze chariots and horses, Leitai, I didn't see the Chinese Culture Museum. When Leitai was going to enter the Han Tomb, some people sold tickets and bought tickets again. The whole place was on a high platform, and the tomb entered on the side of the high platform. Next, there is nothing left in the narrow graveway and the tomb chamber. There are some pictures on both sides of the entrance of the graveway. This tomb is introduced. Tomb No. 2 is smaller. Even the pictures are omitted. After reading a blank, I don't know what to see.
No tickets, pleasant spring, unearthed cultural relics are worth visiting.
Pretty good! It's worth going. Take it easy, Leitai seems to commemorate the Thunder God in traditional culture.