Recently, an exhibition has made Lanzhou Museum more lively. More than 130 scrolls, scriptures and other historical relics selected from Jiuquan Museum are on display in Lanzhou Museum, telling the story of Dunhuang Cultural Relics.
At about 10:00 a.m., after the exhibition of "Looking for Dunhuang in the world" - the reproduction of Dunhuang's scattered overseas cultural relics held in Lanzhou Museum, the audience waiting outside rushed into the exhibition hall after security inspection.
"All the exhibits in this exhibition are copies of the precious cultural relics of Dunhuang Sutra Cave that were lost overseas in the last century. The exhibition contents are selected from the British Museum, the Musée Guimet, the National Library of France, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, etc., these exhibits reproduce the scattered silk paintings, paper paintings, linen paintings and scriptures of the northern and Southern Dynasties, the Sui and Tang Dynasties, the Five Dynasties and the Northern Song Dynasty. " the announcer explained the contents and history of the cultural relics to the audience in front of the booth.
When the public entered the exhibition hall, they were shocked by the cultural relics in front of them. They were excited to learn about history along the exhibition route. Yuan Jing, headmaster of Langongping Primary School in Qilihe district, said: "the exhibition enables people to appreciate so many rare treasures and experience the profound Dunhuang culture and Chinese culture through the time tunnel."
The exhibition is a practical measure for Lanzhou Museum and Jiuquan Museum to deeply explore cultural relics resources and cultural values, comprehensively enhance the social service and educational functions of museums, and deepen the inter museum exchange and cooperation and integrated development. Its purpose is to let more visitors appreciate the brilliant culture and art of China, and carry forward and inherit the "Mogao Spirit".