The exhibition is available till Feb. 20. (Photo from gochengdu.cn)
Four pieces of first-class national relics and nine third-class ones excavated from Yongling (also known as The Royal Tomb of Wang Jian) and collected by the Sichuan Museum are being displayed at the Yongling Museum.
Yong Ling is the mausoleum of Wang Jian (847-918), who founded the Kingdom of Former Shu (907-925) during the period of Five Dynasties, and located his capital in Chengdu. Yong Ling was built in 918 after Wang Jian died, excavated in 1942, and announced in 1961 as a cultural relic site under the national protection. The Yong Ling Museum was first open to public in 1979.
(Original title: Cultural Relics Exhibition at Yongling Museum)