Taierzhuang, the Canal Culture Exhibition Hall, is a famous canal city with flourishing commercial and residential buildings in Ming and Qing Dynasties. In 1938, Taierzhuang was bombed by Japanese troops as ruins. In 2008, the Zaozhuang Municipal Government raised funds to develop Taierzhuang, rebuilding the original appearance of Ming and Qing commercial water city, restoring and rebuilding the 5A scenic area of Taierzhuang, with less commercial atmosphere, more folk museums, strong cultural atmosphere, exquisite landscape design, highlighting the canal. Culture, waterscape, old and new buildings coexist, please see the following multi-faceted museum is worth Hakka deep slow tour for a few days!
Taierzhuang Canal Exhibition Hall, there are many museums in the ancient city, there is time to visit, understand the history and culture of the canal. Taierzhuang is a famous canal city in Ming and Qing Dynasties, which is full of business and traveling, and multi-residential buildings. The ancient city of Taierzhuang is thriving because of the canal. The architecture combines the styles of north, South and west. In the spring of 1938, the ancient city was destroyed during the Taierzhuang War. The National Government issued a statement that it decided to rebuild the ancient city of Taierzhuang. After the war, the important buildings of the ancient city were photographed and surveyed, which provided historical data for the reconstruction of the ancient city. In 2008, the Zaozhuang municipal government raised funds to develop and rebuild the ancient city of Taierzhuang, restore the original appearance of the commercial and trade water city of Ming and Qing dynasties. The ancient city of Taierzhuang is also the exchange base The atmosphere is strong, the landscape design is exquisite, the canal culture is prominent, and the war culture is integrated.
Taierzhuang Canal Exhibition Hall is the first canal exhibition hall in China. It was funded by the shipping department of Zaozhuang City. It was built and opened on October 28, 2005 on the edge of Taierzhuang Canal. The museum contains a variety of ancient ship objects, vessels, unearthed pottery, stone tablets and other cultural relics, as well as various materials, pictures, historical evolution of the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal and the Taierzhuang Canal sand table, ancient canal model of grain transport, clay fleet, ship lock models in different historical periods of the canal. The exhibition is divided into the Beijing-Hangzhou Canal with a long history, changing with each passing day. The canal construction, the developing canal economy, the rich and colorful canal culture and the grand blueprint for the development and construction of the canal show people the past, present and future of the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal systematically.
The exhibition is divided into five parts: the long-standing Beijing-Hangzhou Canal, the ever-changing construction of the canal, the rising canal economy, the rich and colorful canal culture, and the grand blueprint for the development and construction of the canal. It systematically shows the past, present and future of the Grand Canal.
A city with water has spirituality, and the history of water transport!
Generally speaking, there is no content. It is suggested that the canal culture should be renewed. It stretches for thousands of miles, grows faster and lasts for thousands of years. How many businessmen and businessmen are prosperous and how many people are nurtured. We hope that the canal culture will be well packaged and promoted.
The canal has nurtured people along both sides of the river. Seeing here, we can see why it is a wonder of the world.
On the basis of digging the precious spiritual wealth of the Canal Culture, the Canal Pavilion shows people the infinite scenery of the Grand Canal from the five parts of history, construction, economy, culture and the future in a rich and colorful form. People can know more about the Grand Canal.