Situated in Xianggang Mountain in North Jiefang Road, Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, it is a large museum built on the archaeological site, with an area of 14,000 Sq. The Nanyue King Mausoleum is the tomb of the second king of the state of Nanyue in the early Western Han Dynasty with its capital in Panyu and a history of over 2,000 years. It is one of the oldest and largest ancient tombs with the most burial accessories in the early Han Dynasty that have been discovered in the area south of the Five Ridges, and the only tomb built with stones with colorful murals in the coffin chamber.
The tomb built with 750 pieces of large stones is divided into the front and back chambers, which are separated by two doors. Over 1,000 pieces of cultural relics were excavated, and 15 burial figures were discovered in the tomb. A large number of burial accessories and precious cultural relics are on display in five exhibition halls, of which the bronze and pottery wares show the typical culture of the state of Yue in South China. The museum is well known for the three sets of the bronze chime-bells, 36 bronze ding, 36 bronze mirrors, three gold seals and over 240 jade objects, which are called the ” cultural light of the area south of the Five Ridges”, and “national treasures”. This museum has been listed as a key cultural relic unit under state protection and a national AAAA scenic area, and is among the 80 famous museums in the world.
Add: Xianggang Mountain in North Jiefeng Road, Guangzhou