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Recommended by Minhang Museum and OGP Collectors Club

  • Started Jun 27
  • 1538 Xinzhen Road, Minhang District, Shanghai, P.R. China

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Exhibition Dates: 2024-06-25 to 2024-08-25 Venue: Minhang Museum Address: 1538 Xinzhen Road, Minhang District, Shanghai, P.R. China The "Splendors of Han Dynasty: Exquisite Artifacts from the Royal Family" exhibition features 128 luxurious and elegant artifacts from the Han Dynasty royal family, sourced from the Hebei Museum and the Hebei Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology. This exhibition offers visitors a glimpse into the magnificent lifestyle and unique cultural pursuits of Han Dynasty princes. The exhibition is divided into two sections: "The Princes of Zhongshan" and "Eternal Joy." The first section, "The Princes of Zhongshan," highlights the daily lives of the successive princes of Zhongshan, displaying their majestic presence through items of clothing, food, and everyday use. The second section, "Eternal Joy," explores the spiritual aspirations of the Han elite, using jade artifacts to convey their pursuit of immortality and eternity. For example, the complete jade burial suit of Liu Yan, the youngest son of Emperor Guangwu of Han, features 5,169 jade pieces and gilded bronze threads. This artifact symbolizes the Han beliefs in immortality and hierarchical status. The exhibition also showcases other precious items from the Zhongshan royal tombs, including golden niao ti and lin zhi ornaments, gold ingots, and a complete set of metal needles, reflecting the advanced craftsmanship and daily life of the Han Dynasty. This cultural feast not only presents a wealth of artifacts and digital displays but also introduces a series of creative cultural products, making it a must-see event. Tips: - Open Tuesday to Sunday @ 9:30 am – 4:30 pm, closed on Mondays. - From June 25 to July 31, 2024, limited free cultural booklets will be distributed starting at 9:30 am daily until supplies last. 100 copies on weekdays and 300 copies on weekends and public holidays.

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