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1. People's ParkBook Ticket*
People's Park is an urban public park in central Chengdu, capital of Sichuan province, China. Built in 1911 as Shaocheng Park (少城公园), it is the first public park in the city. The Railway Protection Movement Monument in the park is designated a Major Historical and Cultural Site of China.
2. Wuhou TempleBook Ticket*
Chengdu Wuhou Temple, located in Wuhou Temple Street, Nanmen, Chengdu, Sichuan Province, is the only monarchy in China to worship the temple. It consists of Wuhou Temple, Han Zhaolie Temple and Huiling. Essence When the Chengdu Wuhou Temple was built in 223 AD, when the Huiling (Liu Bei's tomb) was built in 223, the Wuhou Temple (Zhuge Liang's special temple) was built before the Tang Dynasty. The temple was adjacent to it. When the Ming Dynasty was rebuilt in the early years of the Ming Dynasty, the martial arts temple was merged, forming a pattern of co -worship of monarchs and ministers. In addition to Huiling, the main building of the existing temple was replicated during the Qing Dynasty of the Qing Dynasty in 1672. In 1984, the Chengdu Wuhou Temple Museum was established, and in 2008, it was rated as the first national first -level museum.
3. Tianfu SquareBook Ticket*
Tianfu Plaza is located in the center of Chengdu. The north of the square is Shudu Avenue (East and West Counterities), east and west are the people's middle road (north and south) south of Dongyu Street and Xiyu Street (East -West Course), with an area of 88,368 square meters. Tianfu Plaza Station of Chengdu Metro Line 1 and Line 2 is located here. It was originally where the Chengdu imperial city is located, and its form and the status of Chengdu and even Sichuan Province are similar to Beijing Tiananmen Square.
Chongning Confucian Temple is located in No. 96, Xizheng Street, Tangchang Town, Pidu District, Chengdu City, Sichuan Province (the old county seat of Chongning County), covering an area of about 35 acres and a total construction area of about 1,000 square meters. The Temple of Literature was built in the Song Dynasty and rebuilt in the 25th year of Guangxu in the late Qing Dynasty (1899). In 2012, the Lingxing Gate, Pan Bridge, Wan Qian Palace Wall and other buildings were rebuilt, the statues in the Dacheng Hall were reshaped, and the ceremony of sacrificing holes was resumed. The existing Dacheng Hall, the East and West Wings and the Panchi are the original buildings. Dacheng hall five bays 22.75 meters, depth 13.3 meters, height 15.48 meters, wooden beam structure, the top of the hall is heavy eaves rest mountain type, on the glazed tiles, there are more complex pile carvings and other decorations on the ridge. Chongning Confucian Temple is large in scale, majestic in architecture, and is a masterpiece of ancient architecture in the Qing Dynasty. In 2007, Chongning Confucian Temple was announced by the Chengdu Municipal People's Government as a municipal cultural relics protection unit. On July 16, 2012, it was announced as the eighth batch of cultural relics protection units in Sichuan Province.
The ruins of Jiangnanguan Street are located in the original Jiangnanguan Street, Jinjiang District, Chengdu City, Sichuan Province, and the ruins are mainly composed of streets, housing sites and drainage facilities in the Tang and Song dynasties, with 4 wrong brick roads, 4 dirt branch roads, 22 house sites, and 16 large and small drainage canals. The ruins in the ruins are well preserved, it is a major archaeological discovery to fill the gap in the urban archaeology of Chengdu, all kinds of ruins in the ruins are very rich, the main and secondary streets, houses, drainage channels (urban sewers) are planned scientifically, and the layout is reasonable. It is the most well-preserved one among the dozens of ruins found in the Tang and Song dynasties in Sichuan, which provides important material materials for the study of the architectural form, style and construction technology of the Tang and Song dynasties. Exploration and excavation was carried out in October 2007. In 2008, it was selected as one of the top ten new archaeological discoveries in the country, and on July 16, 2012, it was announced as the eighth batch of cultural relics protection units in Sichuan Province. On March 5, 2013, it was listed as the seventh batch of national key cultural relics protection units.
The Monument to the Delivery Monument of Xinhai Autumn is located in the northwest of the Chengdu People's Park, Sichuan Province. The monument was built in 1913 and was a commemorative building built by the Sichuan -Han Railway Corporation to commemorate the sacrifice of martyrs in the Sichuan Bao Road Movement in 1911. The monument is 31.86 meters high, consisting of four parts: the monument, the monument body, and the top of the monument. Among them, the inscriptions on all sides of the monument have different fonts with different fonts, "Xinhai Autumn Road Death Monument". After the completion, the monument has undergone many maintenance and was listed as a national key cultural relics protection unit in 1988.
Chengdu Donghuamen Ruins is a comprehensive urban heritage group in the history of Chengdu located in Donghuamen Street, Qingyang District, the center of Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China, on the south side of Chengdu Sports Center. It is a comprehensive urban architectural site that includes cultural relics of the six dynasties of the Han and Wei dynasties, the ruins of the Maha Pond of the Sui and Tang dynasties, the courtyard ruins of the Tang Dynasty, the mosaic scattered water path of the Song Dynasty, and the inland river of the Shu Wangfu in the Ming Dynasty.
8. Qingyang Taoist Temple
Qingyang Palace is a Taoist temple in China. It is located at No. 9 West 2nd Section 1, No. 1 Ring Road, Qingyang District, Chengdu City, Sichuan Province. Tourist attractions and tourist attractions, the largest outlook on the southwest. The cultural relics include: Doumian, Bagua Pavilion, copper green sheep, Wu Daozi's painting Ben Lu Zushi carved, Zhang Sanfeng statue, and the "Tao Tibetan series" in the palace. Qingyang District of Chengdu was named after this. On December 27, 2002, it was announced as a cultural relics protection unit in Sichuan Province.
9. Culture Park
Chengdu Cultural Park is a park in Qingyang District, Chengdu, Sichuan Province, People's Republic of China, located at No. 7, West Section 2, First Ring Road, Caotang Street. It was expanded in 1959 on the basis of Qingyang Palace and Erxian Nunnery. At first, it was named Qingyang Palace Garden, and in 1966 it was renamed Cultural Park. In 1982, Qingyang Palace was separated from the Cultural Park. On November 5, 1983, the Children's Playground in the Cultural Park was opened to the public. The park now hosts an annual flower festival and lantern festival.
Shou'an Chenjia Compound, commonly known as Chenjia Mast, is located in Shou'an Town, Wenjiang District, Chengdu City, Sichuan Province, and is a comprehensive courtyard-style ancient building complex with a typical style of western Sichuan folk houses, integrating residences, ancestral halls and gardens. On December 27, 2002, it was announced as the sixth batch of provincial-level cultural relics protection units in Sichuan Province. On March 5, 2013, it was listed as the seventh batch of national key cultural relics protection units.
The Sichuan Army's Anti -Japanese Monument, located outside the east gate of the People's Park of Qingyang District, Chengdu City, Sichuan Province, China, is the work of Liu Kaiqu, a famous Chinese sculptor Liu Kaiqu, means commemorating the great contribution of the Sichuan Army to the Anti -Japanese War. The monument was originally in July 1944. It was officially completed on the 7th and erected in the Dongmen Gate Cave of Chengdu, that is, the starting point of the Sichuan army out of the Sichuan anti -Japanese journey.
The site of the Twelve Bridge is located on the south side of the twelve bridge road of Qingyi District of Chengdu City, Chengdu City, the Chengdu Institute of Antiquities Archaeology (formerly Chengdu Museum) was excavated from 1985 to 1989, and is a remnant of an important business week building. On January 16, 1987, it was announced as the second batch of cultural relics protection unit in Sichuan Province. On 25 June 2001, it was listed as the fifth batch of national key cultural relics protection units.
13. Chuanwang Palace
The Sichuan Palace of Xinchang is located on the banks of the tiger jumping river in Xinchang Town, Dayi County, Chengdu City, Sichuan Province, China. It was built in the Ming Dynasty. The existing buildings were rebuilt in 1926. Essence The Sichuan Royal Palace of Xinchang adopts the characteristics of Bashu's characteristics of wearing bucket buildings. It is a precious example of the building in modern wooden temple buildings in western Sichuan.
14. Jinsha Culture Relict Site
Jinsha is a Chinese archaeological site located in the Qingyang District of Chengdu, the capital of China's Sichuan Province. Along with Sanxingdui, the site is the first major discovery in China during the 21st century. It is listed on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Tentative List and Major Sites Protected at the National Level. The Chinese Internet Information Centre ranked Jinsha 5th on the Top 10 Archaeological Discoveries in 2001.
15. Chairman Mao statue
The Mao Zedong Statue is a marble sculpture located in Tianfu Square, Chengdu, Sichuan, China. The monument stands 30 m (98.4 ft) tall and depicts Mao Zedong with an outstretched arm. Before 1967, the site was occupied by an ancient palace from the Shu Kingdom of ancient Sichuan. The palace was destroyed by Red Guards and the moat around it filled in to make an air raid shelter in 1967.
The ancient city of Qi County is one of the prehistoric towns of Chengdu Plain, located in the ancient town of Chengdu City, Sichuan Province, China, about 4,000 years away, belongs to the Neolithic Chengdu Plain, one of the cultural sites of Bao-du in the Neolithic Age. In 2001, the State Council officially announced the fifth batch of key national cultural relics protection units.
The Square Kiln Site of Shizhitang is the site of the folk porcelain kiln from the Sui to Song Dynasty. It was announced on November 16, 1987 as the second batch of cultural relics protection units in Sichuan Province. On January 13, 1988, it was listed as the third batch of national key cultural relics protection units. Enter the third batch of Shiqitang Xilao kiln ruins.
18. Sichuan Science and Technology Museum
Sichuan Science and Technology Museum is a provincial public science and technology museum located in Chengdu, Sichuan, China. Established in 2006, the museum is affiliated with the Sichuan Association for Science and Technology. The museum includes airplanes, flying saucers, 3D movies, robots and interactive model rockets.
19. Jianchuan Museum Cluster
The Jianchuan Museum Cluster is located in Anren Town, Dayi County, Sichuan province, China, about one hour's drive from the provincial capital Chengdu. It consists of 26 museums which showcase China's largest private collection of artifacts amassed during the last 60–70 years.
The Yongling Mausoleum, commonly known as the tomb of Wang Jian, is the burial place of Wang Jian (847–918), the founding emperor of Former Shu. It is located at 10 Yongling Road, Jinniu District, Chengdu, Sichuan, China.
21. Jinsha Site Museum
Sands Ruins Museum, located at No. 2 Sands Ruins Road, Qinghua District, Chengdu City, Sichuan Province, is located at the Sands Ruins Museum, is a museum displaying and researching the ruins of Sands.
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