Go to the ancient town of Qiandeng to see the ancient lantern

Qiandeng Town, a thousand-year-old town located in Kunshan, Suzhou. With the completion and opening of China’s first lamp-themed lamp museum “Qian Deng Pavilion” in May 2011, it really lights up the Millennium Light. The 1133 ancient lamp, telling the historical story of the ancient and modern Chinese and foreign lights, also illuminates the unique cultural heritage of the millennium ancient town.

Entering the Qiandeng, the taste of Jiangnan Water Town is coming from the surface: the ancient house is built on the edge of the river, and it is adjacent to the water; the water and land are parallel, and the river street is adjacent. The hometown of Gu Yanwu, the patriotic thinker of the late Ming and early Qing dynasties, the birthplace of the oral intangible cultural heritage of Kunqu, and the Neolithic cultural site of Shaoqing Mountain, which has been in existence for six or seven thousand years... Many historical and cultural relics were injected into this ancient town with a history of 2,500 years. The more ancient charm, thousands of lights have been silent for decades, in 2005, after the restoration and opening up, it has attracted attention from all quarters. It has repeatedly evaluated three national titles: the National Patriotism Education Base of the Central Propaganda Department and the National Environmental Protection Agency. "National beautiful towns and towns", CCTV's "Chinese charm of the town" ....

Qiandeng Hall is located in Li Zhai, Nanshi Street. The old Qiandeng people know that there used to be a long-running book. The original hall was hanged with a piece of "Zhu Qingtang" plaque. The name of the church was taken from the Qing Dynasty by Li Zuqing, who was from Jinshi Dengshi. Light and build this house. According to the accompanying tour guide, for the construction of the Qiandeng Pavilion, the Qiandeng government raised huge sums of money to repair and maintain the original appearance. The name of the name is called "Thousand Lights Cottage".

The ancient lamp currently exhibited in the Qiandeng Pavilion has 1133盏, which reflects the lamps of different ages, different textures and different shapes. These lamps have attracted countless visitors to watch. It is that it is very close to the lives of ordinary people. Many lamps are very earthy, but they are very real. Many lamps are old, but they cater to the nostalgic mentality of the contemporary people. It is because its form is very different, but it is very For the real use. From the beginning of the use of lamps for thousands of years, the principle of its illumination has not changed, but the lamps of each era are different, mainly in the raw materials and shapes of the lamps.

There are more than ten varieties of raw materials such as stone, wood, bamboo, bronze, cast iron, glass, pottery, porcelain, tin, silver, etc.; there are beans, pots, pots, pots, wind lamps, lanterns, lamps, and animal lamps. Dozens of forms, such as candlesticks; from the aspect of resettlement, it can be divided into table lamps, wall lamps, hanging lamps, chandeliers, bedside lamps, hook lights, lanterns, running lights, and so on. Each oil lamp flashes the wisdom and art of the working people of ancient China. Each piece of light has a history of a short or long period of time. Each lamp has a touching and touching story.

There are several small pottery lamps of the Han Dynasty, like a short and small mushroom, which is very simple to design. Most of these ancient lamps are the funerary objects in the unearthed tombs, but the oldest lamps in the museum. The shape of the Han Han lamp is a ruler who is holding a long man, holding a lamp in his hands. The lamp is called "Huren Lamp". According to legend, when the Han people fought against the Hu people, the Han people captured the captives, but they couldn’t think of any way to punish them. So they called the captive Hu people squatting and holding a lamp in their hands. This lamp is the testimony of that history.

There is a gold barn lamp, like a large teapot, which is usually hung in the entrance of ancient entertainment venues. The largest can put 2.5 kilograms of kerosene, which can be regarded as the "big brother" in the oil lamp. There are oil lamps in the Ming Dynasty, like a vegetable jar, which is empty in the middle. There is a small hole next to it. The cold water is poured in, which can cool the burning oil lamp and prevent the lamp oil from evaporating too quickly. In the Qing Dynasty, there were lotus flower pot lights, beautiful appearance, fine workmanship, and fascinating. There was a "lighting down" in the Republic of China, but it was a product of the times, which reflected the traces of history and social folklore at that time. In addition, there are many foreign oil lamps in the pavilion, which are very fashionable. At the time, they did make the foreigners prevailing for a while, which was an eye-opener.

Today, the Qiandeng Pavilion has become another tourist hotspot in Qiandeng Town. The lamps collected in the museum from the Neolithic Age to the dynasties of the Republic of China reflect the progress and development of the society, reflecting the changes and changes of the times. Going to the ancient town of Qiandeng and watching the ancient lanterns have become the common aspiration of people.


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