Jinsha Ruins Museum
Jinsha Ruins Museum Chengdu Reviews
Nov 09, 2007
The Jinsha archeaological site was discovered in 2001 in Chengdu, Sichuan Province. The site has an area of five square kilometres, and a history of three thousand years. Important relics, including large-sized structure foundations, sacrifice-offering areas, regular residential sites, and graveyards have been revealed. Rare cultural relics (such as - gold, bronze, jade, ivory and lacquer wares) have also been unearthed, in addition to tons of ivory and about one thousand buck teeth of wild boars & antlers.
Open Every Day 8am - 6pm
Entrance: 80 RMB ($US10)
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Expatriate writer Warren Rodwell has been in China since 2002, and teaches university postgraduates in Chengdu. Many of his feature stories, reviews & photographs have been published online or in hardcopy media form. Warren also narrates documentaries and administers various websites as part of his efforts to promote Chengdu & Sichuan culture(s) more globally.
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