成都永陵博物馆

成都永陵博物馆

成都永陵博物馆
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Unique Imperial Tomb of Shu Dynasty
2019年8月
成都永陵陵是王Shu(公元847年至918年)的陵墓。它是唯一在地面上建造的帝王陵墓,直到1942年才被天成铁路公司在地下防空洞的挖掘工作中发现。坟墓上方是一个土丘,上面覆盖着松树,但曾经被认为是古筝音乐家演奏的圣山。 通往陵墓的皇家之路只有八个数字,然后才到达正门。 陵墓在下降到墓室之前有一个上升的斜坡。皇帝的复制雕像位于棺材基座后面。棺材似乎被束缚在了基地上。底座上饰有复杂的神圣雕刻。 离开陵墓时,右侧的建筑物会向您简要介绍陵墓及其历史,并会切出比例较小的陵墓。 陵墓后面的永陵博物馆拥有从坟墓挖掘出来的所有文物和入场费,包含在陵墓的入场费中(20)。在陵墓的端壁上有一尊雍陵雕像,他的妻子(现在是无头)与持保罗的人坐在一起。可以看到银色的神圣器皿,包括碗和观赏猪。皇帝的玉带和印章也在展出。 留出至少三个小时的时间参观陵墓/博物馆的所有部分。陵墓周围有漂亮的花园,寺庙和钟声当然值得一看。在公园外,是对音乐家雕像的重新考虑,而皇帝印记则是它的核心。 非常值得一游。虽然英语是很好的信息-在博物馆之外,但免费的插图精美的指南(在博物馆入口提供)仅是中文。真正独特的墓葬结构。一定不要 想念有路标的博物馆,但如果您不知道那儿可能看不见。可以通过大理石桥从陵墓后方进入。 所有区域均允许摄影。售票处位于主干道主入口的左侧-从入口看不到。

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Nigel G
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2019年8月
Chengdu Yongling Mausoleum is the tomb of Wang Jian (847-918AD) Emperor of Shu. It is the only Imperial mausoleum built on the ground and was discovered only in 1942, during excavation work for underground air raid shelters by Tiancheng Railway Corporation. Above the tomb is a mound, now covered in pine trees, but once thought to be a sacred hill on which zither musicians played.

The Royal way leading to the Mausoleum has just eight figures, before reaching the main entrance.

The Mausoleum has an upward ramp before descending to the burial chamber. A replica statue of the emperor rests behind the coffin plinth. The coffin would seem to have been shackled to the base. Intricate sacred carving adorn the base.

On exiting the Mausoleum the building on the right has an excellent briefing on the mausoleum and it’s history together with a cut away scale replica of the tomb.

The Yong Ling Museum behind the Mausoleum holds all the artefacts excavated from the tomb and admission in included in the entrance fee to the Mausoleum (¥20). There is a statue of Yong Ling which sat at the end wall of the tomb and his wife (now headless) together with the paul bearers . Sacred vessels in silver including a bowl and an ornamental pig can be seen. The Emperors jade belt and seal are also on display.

Allow at least three hours to see all parts of the Mausoleum / Museum. Nice gardens surround the Mausoleum and a temple and bell are certainly worth a look at. Outside the park itself is a reconsideration of statues of musicians and the Emperors seal as it’s centre piece.

Well worth a visit. Good information in English though-out the museums but the free well illustrated guidebook (available at the museum entrance) is only in Chinese. A truly unique tomb structure. Be sure not to
miss the museum which is signposted but may not be evident if your not aware it’s there. It’s accessed from the rear of the Mausoleum compound by a marble bridge.

Photography allowed in all areas. Ticket office is located to the left of the main entrance on the main road - isn’t obvious from the entrance.
撰写日期:2019年9月25日
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aruisz
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2017年12月 • 夫妻情侣
Grobowiec zbudowany dla Wang Jian (847-918), generała, który doszedł do władzy po upadku dynastii Tang, aby rządzić jako cesarz królestwa Shu, To jedyny naziemny grobowiec dotąd wykopany w Chinach
撰写日期:2017年12月10日
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