|Southern Yue Tomb Museum|
Southern Yue Tomb Museum
It is the tomb of the second ruler of Southern Yue kingdom called Zhao Mo during Han Dynasty dating back to 100 B.C. The tomb was originally 20m under Elephant Hill and was discovered in 1983. More than 1000 burial objects were excavated, among which are a chariot, gold and silver vessels, musical instruments, and sacrificial human remains. It is an excellent museum with English explanations. As one of the 80 famous museums in the world, the museum covers 14,000 square meters (150, 699.6 square feet) with 10 exhibition halls.
The tomb contained the skeletons of the king and 15 cou...Read More