Chongqing Museum Photos

This terra cotta warrior is different from the ones in Xi'an, but it is also a great collection of Cultural Relics.

Situated on the top of Pipashan Mountain, Chongqing Museum was founded in 1951 as the Southwest Museum and was renamed to the present one in 1955. Covering an area of 5500 sqm, it has more than 40 exhibiting halls with about 100,000 relics, spanning over 3,000 years from the ancient Kingdom of Ba and the near-mythical Three Kingdoms Period to World War Two and the Chinese Revolution.
  • This terra cotta warrior is different from the ones in Xi'an, but it is also a great collection of Cultural Relics.
  • The ancient plant fossils are great treasure in archaeological excavation.
  • The rare dinosaur fossils exhibited at Chongqing Museum include dinosaur bones and eggs.
  • The relief on a stone coffin presents daily life of the Han people
  • The well-preserved animal fossil witnesses the changes of the biosphere.
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- Last modified on Oct. 18, 2017 -
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Asked by Mr.JunG from SINGAPORE | Mar. 10, 2011 05:30Reply
who is the famous paint/sculture artist in Chongqing?
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Answered by Mr.Lee | Mar. 10, 2011 19:14

I know there are Luo Zhongli, Pang Maokun, Zhu Xuanxian and Su Baozhen.
Asked by Mr.benard muroki from KENYA | Feb. 06, 2010 11:57Reply
I am planning to visit china using quanzhou airport please tell me how i can connect to chongquig and how it will cost
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Answered by Mr.Andrew | Feb. 08, 2010 02:50

Airline is the only direct connection. This is the flight information:
Asked by Mr.Ho from SINGAPORE | Nov. 30, 2009 07:10Reply
Is it too cold to visit Chongqing in DECEMBER please? (I had postponed my trip which was supposed to have taken place two weeks ago (in mid-November) due to the reports about the bad weather in China then). Thank you.
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Answered by Mr.Shana | Nov. 30, 2009 21:31

Yes, Dec will be cold, when the temperature is about 5~8C. You should wear warm clothes, such as down jacket and woolen sweater. On the other hand, be carefule of the H1N1, which will spread widely while the weather is becoming cold.
Answered by Mr.Ho from SINGAPORE | Dec. 07, 2009 07:20

Thank you, Mr Shanna, for your kind and useful information.
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