Golden Seeds of Chinese Civilization: China National Version Museum
- China National Version Museum is the national cultural hall in the new era and a cultural treasure passed on to future generations
Recently, the main central hall of the China National Version Museum opened, and the branches in Xi'an, Hangzhou and Guangzhou were opened simultaneously. The overall setting pattern is a total of three points! Wenhan Pavilion in the main central building, Wenji Pavilion in Xi'an Branch, Wenrun Pavilion in Hangzhou Branch, and Wenqin Pavilion in Guangzhou Branch.
The National Version Museum of China has included ten types of edition resources bearing the imprint of Chinese civilization in ancient and modern China and abroad, including various publications since the founding of the People's Republic of China, ancient Chinese books, revolutionary documents, inscriptions and family trees, coins and stamps, etc.
At present, there are more than 16 million editions in the collection of the Central General Library of the National Edition Museum, and tens of thousands of exhibits are exhibited at the opening. According to reports, the versions of the main and branch libraries are backed up with each other and stored in different places to ensure the permanent and safe preservation of the Chinese version.
As the chief landscape architect of the Central Hall, Zhu Yufan, a professor at the Department of Landscape Architecture, School of Architecture, Tsinghua University, said that if you look down at the entire China National Edition Pavilion from a high altitude, you will find that there are three sets of courtyards built here, layer by layer, inheriting the traditional Chinese architecture. aesthetics.Editor/Ma Xue