Travel master cao
As the ancient capital of the thirteen dynasties, Xi'an's position in the cultural relics is self-evident. The folk saying "seeing Shanxi in the ground and seeing Shaanxi in the underground" is the best evidence. Recently, the stalk of Xi'an subway repaired on the Internet was very hot. The netizens lamented that Xian could dig a subway to dig out the cultural relics. When he dug the subway line 2, he dug up more than 200 pieces of cultural relics for engineers, archaeology teams and construction teams. They are all bald. When it comes to the excavated cultural relics, Xi'an's most famous one is the "Hejiacun legacy treasure" that was excavated in Hejia Village in the south of the city in 1970. Because it was unearthed in Hejia Village, archaeological experts referred to these treasures as Hejia Village Treasures, corresponding to the famous Amu River treasures in the West. Chinas authoritative archaeological institutions listed it as one of the major archaeological discoveries in China in the 20th century. "He Jiacun's legacy treasure" is mostly the daily necessities of the Tang royal family. Many of them have been identified as national treasures by the State Cultural Relics Bureau of China, and some of them are orphans on a global scale. Since the discovery of Hejia Village Treasures, only a small part of it has been displayed in the hall because of the venue. Most of the others are hidden in the library. Fortunately, Shaanxi Libo has selected a new site and will build a bigger future. The exhibition halls, the cultural relics that are dusted in the warehouse, can also make everyone sneak a sneak peek. The Tang people left behind a wonderful and shocking, but also left a mystery and suspense. When and where are these treasures buried? Because of what was buried, so far, there are many people saying that there is no one. Tickets for "Hejia Village Treasures" are 30 yuan. You can directly enter the Shaanxi History Museum by ticket. I personally strongly recommend you to look at this treasure house.
Posted: 11 May, 2019