This place is almost 100 meters away from the picture of Shanghe River during the Qingming Festival. It is still made of ceramics, which is very rare.

time:2023-02-09 06:32:18 source:kilakilavilla.com author:Mountaineering
This place is almost 100 meters away from the picture of Shanghe River during the Qingming Festival. It is still made of ceramics, which is very rare.

Traveling in Chaozhou, I found that there is a nearly 100-meter picture of Shanghe River during the Qingming Festival. It is still made of ceramics. It is rare that the Fengxi Ceramics Exhibition Hall has collected more than 6,000 pieces (sets) of ceramics from various historical periods in Chaozhou since the Tang and Song Dynasties. The hall on the first floor displays the world's largest ceramic relief mural of "Along the River During Qingming Festival", which is 62 meters long and 2.9 meters wide. As soon as they entered the door, this picture of Shanghe River during the Qingming Festival shocked everyone. It is said that there are three copies of this picture of Shanghe River during the Qingming Festival. One is a miniature version sent to Beijing, and the other is in Guangzhou Baomo Garden. I once saw the picture of Shanghe River on Qingming Festival in Guangzhou Baomo Garden, which was displayed outdoors. At that time, it already felt very large. But after coming to this porcelain museum, I discovered that the original ceramic "Across the River during Qingming Festival" will be more brilliant under the lighting and indoor display. Are the figures above lifelike? Chaozhou is a famous historical and cultural city in my country, with a long history of ceramic production, and is known as the "China Porcelain Capital". In 1922, at the Bijiashan Song Dynasty kiln site on the east bank of the Hanjiang River in the ancient city of Chaozhou, four Song porcelain Buddha statues with five types of inscriptions were discovered. , Chaozhou has a large-scale ceramic production. The firing technique of Fengxi porcelain is the representative firing technique of Chaozhou ceramics, and its origin is Fengxi, Chaozhou. Therefore, opening such an exhibition hall of porcelain art can help tourists better understand Chaozhou's porcelain culture. After this visit, I really have a new understanding of ceramics. I did not expect that there are so many ever-changing forms of ceramics. Have you ever seen hollowed-out ceramics? There is also the Guangji Bridge made of ceramics. Are you interested in this beautiful place? Welcome to interact in the comments section

(Responsible editor:Outdoor cuisine)

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