2021-06-09

The Yangzhou China Grand Canal Museum is beautifully lit and the name of the museum was “inscribed” by Yan Zhenqing of the Tang Dynasty

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China News Service, Yangzhou, June 9th (Reporter Cui Jiaming) On the evening of June 8th, the Yangzhou China Grand Canal Museum carried out lighting commissioning. The light and shadow were interlaced, the momentum was magnificent, the unique venue shape and the radiant lighting The effects complement each other, making the Yangzhou China Grand Canal Museum magnificent at night. The museum has passed the completion acceptance and will open on June 16.

The Yangzhou China Grand Canal Museum is beautifully lit and the name of the museum was “inscribed” by Yan Zhenqing of the Tang Dynasty

The newly decorated Yangzhou China Grand Canal Museum is ready to welcome visitors from all over the world. Photo by Meng Delong

The newly decorated Yangzhou China Grand Canal Museum is ready to welcome visitors from all over the world. The reporter saw at the scene that the ten characters “Yangzhou China Grand Canal Museum” have been installed in the center of the south gate of the museum. Among them, “China Grand Canal Museum”, these eight characters were “inscribed” by Yan Zhenqing of the Tang Dynasty. “Don’t get me wrong, this is not a trip to the Tang Dynasty to invite Yan Da calligrapher to handwriting on site. Rather, these eight characters are found and collected in various Yan Zhenqing calligraphy works that have been passed down to this day!” Yangzhou China Grand Canal Museum The relevant person in charge said.

The Yangzhou China Grand Canal Museum is beautifully lit and the name of the museum was “inscribed” by Yan Zhenqing of the Tang Dynasty(1)

Yangzhou China Grand Canal Museum is beautifully lit. Photographed by Meng Delong

Yangzhou China Grand Canal Museum is located on the Yangzhou Sanwan Ancient Canal. It is a thematic museum that showcases the value of the Grand Canal’s world cultural heritage and the great life that the Grand Canal brings to life. . The Xintang-style building of the museum combines the beauty of tradition and modernity. The total area is about 79,000 square meters. It is composed of five parts: the exhibition hall, the inner courtyard, the square in front of the hall, the Universiade Tower and the Jinyue Bridge. The pavilion, the tower and the bridge complement each other. It overlooks the historical landscape of “three bays and one dam”. At the same time, the Universiade Pagoda of the museum, Wenfeng Pagoda of Wenfeng Temple, and Tianzhong Pagoda of Gaomin Temple together form a landscape of “three towers reflecting three bays”.

The Yangzhou China Grand Canal Museum is beautifully lit and the name of the museum was “inscribed” by Yan Zhenqing of the Tang Dynasty(2)

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p >Climb the Universiade Tower to overlook the historical landscape of “Three Bays and One Dam”. Photo by Meng Delong

What is “three bays to one dam”? The person in charge of the Yangzhou Canal Sanwan Ecological and Cultural Park told the reporter, “There are exquisite hydraulic values, rich cultural values, and important livelihood values. The ancient canal can be divided into Chengnan Canal and Sanwan from the head of the canal to the river in Guazhou. The third section of the Heguazhou Canal. Sanwan is located in the southern part of the ancient canal, where it was called’Sanwanzi’ in ancient times. The canal enters this section of the river. The bay arrives at a dam’.” (End)