In winter, the stele forest is sparsely populated, and only a few middle-aged enthusiasts come to watch it. In my concept, stele forest is built on the ancient stele forest and Confucian temple built in the Northern Song Dynasty. Of course, now the Confucian temple in Xi'an has gradually lost its essence, but the architecture still exists, providing space for the stele forest. The museum itself is not large, but it can be said that the garden is full of treasures. The outdoor part is worth appreciating is Daxia Shima and Xuanzong Shitai Xiaojing. Xuanzong's handwriting is full of richness and splendor, and the atmosphere of the prosperous Tang Dynasty is obvious. First of all, two stone inscription halls. General Chen Yi's art studio on the west side can be said to be of great value, mainly gathering mausoleum stone carvings from the Han and Tang Dynasties. The Eastern Han Dynasty was singled out as a part of the Eastern Han Dynasty. The stone carving style of the Eastern Han Dynasty tombs in northern Shaanxi is unique. It is based on the mythological totem of northern China, i.e. the well-known basalt of Qinglong, Baihu and Suzaku. I guess that different combination of gods and animals can deduce the personality characteristics of the tomb owner in his Of course, the highlight lies in the tombs of the Tang Dynasty. The Mausoleums in Xianling Town are of great dignity. The stone panels and epitaphs in Li Shou's tomb are tidy and thick. What attracts the most attention is the six Juns in Zhaoling Tomb in the center of the room. They are of different shapes, vivid and impressive. The Eastern Stone Carving Museum takes "Chang'an Buddhist Rhyme" as its exhibition theme. From the popular four-sided statue tablets in the Northern Dynasty to the magnificent Buddhist sculptures in the Sui and Tang Dynasties, as well as the large Buddha statues represented by the Buddha in the last Northern Friday, all show the religious image of this multicultural center in the interweaving of civilizations. The highlight is the seven exhibition rooms. The first battle is to open the Stone Classic, which is a unique monument, whether as literature or calligraphy proofreading has its extraordinary historical significance. Of course, the most important thing that makes him outstanding in the world is the incomparability of integrity. The area of the first room is the largest, and it is obviously difficult to see it from the beginning to the end. But in the Twelve Classics, there are always some words touching the heart, and Wen Zong's achievements are obvious. The second room and the third room have the most Tang scripts, especially Yan, Liu, Ou's regular scripts and Zhang Xu and Huaishu's cursive scripts. Obviously, Yan Zhenqing's inscriptions are displayed most in the stele forest, with the most weight and the largest time span. It is not difficult to see that Yan Shu tends to be full and plump, while Liu Shu is much thinner, but no matter who Yan Liuou is, he will see the glory of the flourishing age on the paper, which will attract people's aftertaste. I missed another national treasure, the Jing religion of the Great Qin Dynasty, which spread to China. I have not found it many times. Fortunately, I have appreciated photos and duplicates many times, and I feel less sorry. The fourth room is the most exquisite in Song and Yuan Dynasty. The words of Huang Tingjian and Mifu are elegant and vigorous, fresh and heroic, which are my favorite words in the stele forest. Of course, I also saw Zhao Mengfu's character, which has been regarded as "Zu Shang" (self-deceiving). Lin Zhongchong did not choose Zhao Ti's fine works, nor did he see Zhao's elegant and tidy style in his later years. The fifth room is mainly historical tablets. The sixth and seventh rooms are mostly Qing tablets. Emperor Kangxi has hundreds of tablets. He is also famous for his books. Lin Zexu and Zuo Zongtang also have authentic works. The most famous works in the pavilion are Aixin Jueluo Yen Li Wang, whose style of writing is unrestrained and vigorous, and his father's brushwork is profound. There is no unified aesthetic standard for books of calligraphy and painting, and there is nothing we can do without breaking the rules. But in later generations, it is more difficult. Every 4,000 tablets in the stele forest are of high quality and worth reading.
Nowadays, our material life is becoming more and more superior, but the spiritual level is relatively scarce, which seems to leave the impression of "material nobility, spiritual beggar". However, Xi'an Stele Forest is permeated with cultural self-confidence and cultural self-consciousness. These steles are precious cultural heritage. Before printing was invented, rubbings were used instead of copying, so many classics were preserved and spread. Li Shi Shu "Fushan Carved Stone", Han Dynasty official script "Cao Quan Monument", Han Dynasty official script "Cao Quan Monument", Yan Zhenqing's regular script "Yan's Family Temple Monument", Zhangxu's cursive script "stomachache paste", Zhao Mengfu's line script "You Tianguanshan Poetry Stele", Mifu's line script "Mifu four screen screens", each carrying their history..... Kangxi Emperor "Mifu Emperor "Mifu four shishishishishi Ziwen", Tang Xuananananlong Li Longji Six tablets, such as "Taixue Tablet of Jinchuan Achievement in Pingding". Six Juns in the Zhaoling Tomb of the Stone Carving Art Museum (Shaolu Purple and Boxing Hairpin are now replicas), with horse stumps and a tomb of Li Xiaobao written on the sarcophagus "The Opener dies soon"; the Buddhist Statue Museum has a large number of Buddha heads who have experienced the extermination of Buddha by Tang Wuzong Huichang. Museum has many excellent professional books to introduce exhibits, interested can buy back and study slowly. There's a post office at the door. You can sit and write postcards and mail them.
Stele Forest is a must-see scenic spot in Xi'an. Its area is not large as a whole. If you go in and visit it, you can finish it in an hour. But if you listen carefully to the explanation in every place, it will take about 2 hours to finish it. Landscape design is very good, each inscription has introductory text, you can rent an explanation machine, can have a comprehensive understanding. There are also on-site staff to show how to print, it is worth seeing. Here is a microcosm of culture, we can understand the history and culture, see a lot of rare literati ink, it is worth seeing! Be sure to rent an interpreter, otherwise it will go for nothing.
Xi'an Stele Forest Museum is not a popular scenic spot, but it is worth visiting. There are abundant calligraphy, stone carvings, Buddha statues, and the treasure of the town hall, Zhaoling Six Juns, which are all great arts left over from the history of our national development. It is our duty and obligation to inherit and carry forward these precious cultural relics. It is suggested that a lecturer listen carefully and learn more about it.
The second time, a pilgrimage place to learn calligraphy. Stone tablets in the Han and Tang Dynasties can no longer be expanded. The characters of various gods can only be copied. Ten years later, when you are young, you must go where you don't feel. Now you feel its charm. The original rubbings of Yan Dashen were purchased by mistake in the past. Now they are out of print. While we are grateful, we are feeling that the times are changing. Finally, I recommend the Stone Carving Art Museum, which almost did not go. There are six Juns in Zhaoling. They don't regret for a lifetime. They present their beloved Han-Tang horse carvings. There is a great landslide in Chinese carvings after Han-Tang Dynasty. Therefore, the art museum treasures the peak works of Chinese stone carvings, which is very worth seeing.
First, the authentic works of the four Juns of the six Jun in Zhaoling alone are enough to make the Stele Forest Museum famous (Baishou Wu, Special Service Qian, Qingqi, Shivachi are authentic works, and the authentic works of purple and fist hair hairs are kept in the Pennsylvania Museum). Moreover, many famous calligraphers'stone monuments can be seen at the entrance of Tang Xuanzong's Shitai Filial Piety Sutra. Secondly, it is a little regrettable that there was no occasional red screen aiming at the Stele Forest Museum, Shao Luhuang. 3. Calligraphy enthusiasts must go to the place where they punch in.
65y entry fee. lovely way to spend a few hours if you love Chinese calligraphy. also has Buddhist and other Stone sculptures and paintings. lovely grounds, not crowded and has water fountains. also has shops inside that sell ok rubbings of the stove tablets if you want a unique souvenir that's not mass produced .
Xi'an Stele Forest Museum is a unique art museum, which mainly collects, displays and studies stele inscriptions, epitaphs and stone inscriptions of past dynasties. There are more than 4,000 epitaphs collected from the Han Dynasty to the present. It is no exaggeration to call them stele forests. The chronological order of the steles is consistent, and the schools are brilliant. Among them, Tang Xuanzong wrote the "Shitai Filial Piety Sutra" directly on the stone tablet in Kaiyuan style, which is magnificent and solemn in shape and graceful in style. As a compulsory reading for ancient intellectuals, it is also the "Kaicheng Shijing" which is the source of Chinese culture and national spirit. It is known as a monument to the preamble of the Holy Religion, which reproduces the vigor and elegance of Wang Xizhi's style of writing. Yan Zhenqing, Liu Gongquan, Huaishu and so on are all examples for calligraphy lovers from ancient times to the present. In addition, there are some fine stone carvings such as Tang Jingyun Zhong hanging in Zhongting and the famous Six Juns in Zhaoling. Stele Forest Museum is known as "the treasure house of history and culture, the palace of calligraphy art", and it is well-known. By the way, I would like to commend the exporters for their wonderful explanations, which complement each other with the history of the Stele Forest Museum.
On the day when the environment was elegant, it was a kind of artistic conception to walk along the ancient city wall. For those who like calligraphy, it benefited a lot. It was a kind of enjoyment to visit the monuments. It appealed that the country should pay more attention to these cultural relics and historic sites in order to make our country's civilization continue.
On this trip to Xi'an, I personally feel that the stele forest is the first place in the list of scenic spots. The reasons are as follows: First, all kinds of intimate designs, garbage cans with flowers, steps with tips. There is access for the disabled. Special human nature. Second, the staff are well-trained, enthusiastic and meticulous, obviously trained. Third, you can listen to the guide by installing apps to save money for the viewers. Interpreters are also available. Every commentator spoke in a quiet voice and was not offensive. It was quite different from those of the terracotta warriors and horses. Fourth, apart from looking at the characters of each dynasty, there are two moments when museums are especially worth seeing. A giant beast that highlights the brick, sarcophagus and spiritual guard of the Han Dynasty. Another highlights Buddha statues. There are many kinds and good quality, and they can be ranked in the front rank in all kinds of museums. Fifth, there are four languages on the exhibition board, which are very international. Sixth, the overall environment is clean and comfortable, especially with cultural atmosphere and comfort. Seventh, you can buy a joint ticket with the city wall. In a word, Stele Forest is a place worth visiting especially, and a place worth visiting again and again, really.