In Chinese history, the Tongguan Kilns were active for more than 200 years. They started production over 1,000 years ago during the early Tang Dynasty (618-907), thriving in the mid and late Tang era, before being phased out during the Five Dynasties (907-960).
Located in the Xiangxi UNESCO Global Geopark, the Scenic Area of Aizhai Wonder, Shibadong Village, and Dehang Canyon is a mainstay of Hunan’s tourism industry and showcases the province’s mysterious natural and cultural landscapes and folk customs.
Opened to the public in 2015, the Hu Yaobang Memorial is the only national memorial hall to present the life story and personality of Hu Yaobang (1915-89) who was a Chinese revolutionary and politician.
Opened to the public in 2015 and covering 240,000 square meters, the Changsha Museum is a comprehensive museum and was selected as one of the national first-class museums at the end of 2020.
Located to the southwest of Changde city, Central China’s Hunan province, the Taohuayuan Scenic Area boasts a reputation as a “fishing village bathed in sunset glow” (Yucun xizhao), purportedly one of the Eight Views of Xiaoxiang in ancient Hunan.
Southern Hengshan Mountain, is located in Hengyang, a wonderful 2,000-year-old city in Hunan province, Central China.
With an area of more than 264 square kilometers, Wulingyuan Scenic and Historic Interest Area sits in Zhangjiajie city, Central China's Hunan province.
The Yueyang Tower is an ancient architectural treasure on the shores of Dongting Lake in Yueyang city, Hunan province.
Yuelu Mountain in Changsha, capital of Central China's Hunan province, is an extension of the mysterious Mount Hengshan range.