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Yinqueshan Han Bamboo Slips Museum

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Yinqueshan Han Bamboo Slips Museum

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Cdn_in_China wrote a review May 2016
Hengyang, China6 contributions4 helpful votes
This is a small museum in the heart of Linyi but still worth a trip if you love seeing some historical artifacts. I appreciate The Art of War so this place has a bit of coolness in it for me. My daughter who is 6 had fun because she had my phone to take pictures but it's not really a place for kids to enjoy. There is a warriors suit that my daughter saw from Mulan so she enjoyed that. I appreciated seeing what was excavated from the tomb and how it was preserved. There is an upstairs level that everyone almost missed.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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R. B wrote a review Sep 2015
Vinkeveen, The Netherlands575 contributions106 helpful votes
The Linyi bamboo slips museum is a must see when you are in the city. The slips discovered in an ancient tombe of the Han dynasty are very worthwhile. Bring an interpreter, since the guide speaks fluently Chinese.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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MiddleKid54 wrote a review Apr 2013
Fort Davis, Texas16 contributions6 helpful votes
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Surviving calligraphy on bamboo slips tells the story of battle strategies perfected thousands of years ago by Sun Tzu. Beautiful traditional Chinese architecture houses relics of the Han Dynasty era. If you are fascinated by The Art of War, here lie the original scripted words and instructions of Sun Tzu, miraculously preserved after being submerged in water for millennia beneath the present-day city of Linyi in Shandong Province, China.
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Date of experience: May 2012
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