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Xianyang Museum

Xianyang Museum is one of the famous museums in China. It used to be a Confucius temple built in 1371 (the fourth year during the reign of Ming emperor Hongwu). In the museum there are nine exhibition halls and one stone tablets gallery, covering 1,100 square meters and storing over 6,000 pieces of cultural relics. The main exhibits are Qin and Han dynasty relics while the rest are Buddhism relics and tomb stone tablets.