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Hunan Provincial Museum
Changsha, China
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Founded in the early 1950s, Hunan Provincial Museum is located in Kaifu District of Changsha City, adjoining the Martyrs' Park and covering an area of 51,000 square meters. The museum boasts abundant collections that feature the cultural relics excavated from the world-famous Mawangdui Tombs of Han Dynasty, the bronze wares of the Shang and the Zhou Dynasties, cultural relics of Chu Dynasty, pottery and porcelain works from various dynasties, calligraphy works and paintings, and modern cultural relics, thereby being listed as the largest historical and artistic museum in Hunan Province, as well as one of the first eight National Foremost Museums eligible to be co-constructed by central and local governments. The museum features modern technologies and complete function, housing five permanent exhibitions and other temporary exhibitions. With its unique style and a concentration of treasures of cultural relics from the land of Hunan, Hunan Provincial Museum presents a panoramic picture of Hunan civilization and its rich connotations, serving as the representative of Hunan culture as well as the best window through which to interpret the brilliant Hunan culture and attracting over one million visitors from home and abroad every year.

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Address
No.50 Dong Feng Road, Changsha, Hunan, China 410005 
City
Changsha
Country
China 
Website
http://www.hnmuseum.com/hnmuseum/eng
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