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Ancient Ruins in Qinhuangdao opens for free visiting

Date: 2019.07.15 Author: Charles Wang

An ancient architecture ruins, which is proved to be the remains of first empire of China, Qin Dynasty, will be opened to public for the first time on July 16 since its discovery in Qinhuangdao, a city in Hebei Province, China.


According to the Municipal Cultural Relic Bureau, a museum is built on top of the ruins, covering an area of 6,640 square meters. The ruins can be dated back to more than 2000 years ago, in Qin Dynasty. It is the only remaining architecture of this time period in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region.


This ruins used to be the palaces built by Qin Shihuang, the first Emperor of China, in the time of his fourth east tour after he unprecedently united the whole China. He built the palace by the sea because of his belief and constant chasing of immortality. He always sent people to the ocean to find him the way of becoming immortal.


The museum will be opened on July 16 for free.