CultureLearn about the Culture of Shandong. Visit the attractions listed below.
Grand Canal – Also known as the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal (a World Heritage Site), which was constructed in 486 BC and cuts through 8 provinces and 27 cities.
Shandong has 610 museums. Among them, 169 cultural museums, 127 national museums, and 366 private museums.
Rongcheng ranks #1 in China’s seaweed production on the county-level.
The largest Buddhist Temple in Northern China is located in the scenic spot of Qingyun County, Dezhou City, Shandong Province.
While we sheltered at home due to pandemics, Shandong Provincial Archaeological Research Institute uncovered a 40K excavation site about 4100 B.C. to 2600 B.C.
Grab a paper and a pair of scissors, the world will be yours in a sec!
Linyi museum lies at center of Linyi City. It is shaped as four thick books stacking over one another. The museum is ranked top 10 in the entire Shandong province. It is very much privileged by its location being at the very center of China’s civilization. Linyi Museum dominates the collection of over 2,000 pieces of treasures at the national level from the Old Stone Age to Modern China. A must-see exhibit is the Han dynasty stone painting which represents the top of classical stone-carving painting and designed for ancient loyalty graves by Han dynasty.
A 100-year-old silk shop continues its business after 100 years.