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Beijing Cultural Relics Exchange Museum

the gate of Beijing Cultural Relics Exchange MuseumBeijing Cultural Relics Exchange Museum is located in the Zhi-Hua Temple at 5 Lumicang, Dongcheng District. The purpose of building Beijing Cultural Relics Exchange Museum is to collect information and data about museums in the world and show the status quo of all the museums in Beijing region.

Zhi-Hua Temple

Zhi-Hua Temple has five courts, including Bell and Drum Tower, Zhi-Hua Gate, Zhi-Hua Hall, Buddha Hall and Dabei Hall. All the roofs are built with black glazed tiles, so the whole temple is solemn and magnificent, with unique style different from other temples in Beijing.

There are rich cultural relics preserved in the temple, with a number of over 1500. In the temple, the large fresco 4.8m long and 3.1m's tall, which shows Dizang Buddha' preaching picture, is an extant elite of fresco in Ming Dynasty. The Tripitaka hall still preserves a "wheeling tripitaka", which is the extant oldest one. The music of Zhi-Hua Temple is one of the five kinds of ancient music in China. It has been passed down through 28 generations for over 540 years, so it is called a "living fossil" in the field of music.

 

Beijing Cultural Relics Exchange Museum Tour

As located in the Zhi-Hua Temple, tourists having a Beijing Cultural Relics Exchange Museum Tour could pay a visit to Zhi-Hua Temple and learn more about Chinese history. Also very near to Beijing Jinbao Street, after visiting Beijing Cultural Relics Exchange Museum, travelers could walk along this modern road.