The photo, taken on June 9, shows staff members check a cultural relic. It will be exhibited during an exhibition entitled “From Mediterranean to China: Treasures Along the Silk Road -- Selections from Hirayama Ikuo Silk Road Museum Collections” at the Changsha Museum. The exhibits were delivered to the museum on that day. Exhibition preparations are underway. (Photo/Guo Liliang, Hunan Daily)
The exhibition will be the first introduced exhibition since the opening of the newly-built Changsha Museum. It will open to public on June 13 and last until October 8, displaying 192 pieces (sets) of cultural relics collected by the Japanese painter Hirayama Ikuo, and his Silk Road-themed paintings.
The photo, taken on June 9, shows an Iranian potteryrelic with unique shapeto be exhibited during an exhibition at the Changsha Museum.
The photo, taken on June 9, shows a “golden crown” from Afghanistan to be exhibited during an exhibition at the Changsha Museum.
1. Visitors can follow the WeChat official account of Changsha Museum (cssbwg) or log on its official website (http://www.csm.hn.cn) to make a reservation. They can also get tickets（68 yuan/person for this exhibition）with valid certificates at the entrance of the Changsha Museum at the Changsha Binjiang Cultural Park.
2. Opening hours: 9:00—17:00 (last entry at 16:30)
Closed on Mondays except national statutory holidays
This article is from Hunan Provincial Governmentwww.enghunan.gov.cn.
Translator: Kuang Zhenzhen
Chinese source: hunantoday.cn