And when it comes to stories about beer, there is no other place in China able to relate them more vividly than the Tsingtao Beer Museum.
Covering 20,806 square meters and opened to the public in 2012, the Linyi Museum in East China’s Shandong province looks like four piled books, which symbolizes the profound history and culture of Linyi.
Established in 1985 and covering 20,460 square meters, the Jining Museum in East China’s Shandong province is installed in the Iron Pagoda Temple, a magnificent architectural complex dating to AD 560.
Han Dynasty (206BC-AD 220) pictorial bricks were discovered in Tengzhou, East China’s Shandong province, during the late Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) and the early Republic of China (1912-49), and the Tengzhou Museum of Han Dynasty Pictorial Bricks was established and opened to the public to celebrate them in 1997.
Covering 20,487 square meters, the Tengzhou Museum in East China’s Shandong province is a comprehensive and multi-functional modern museum integrating history, art, and culture in a grand building designed in the styles of the Han (206 BC-AD 220) and the Tang (618-907) dynasties.
Covering a total area of 152,000 square meters and constructed in 2015, the Qi Heritage Museum in East China’s Shandong province is actually composed of five museums, namely the Qi Culture Museum, the Football Museum, the Dongsun Warring States Tomb Museum, the Ancient Chariot Museum of China, and the Folk Museum Cluster.
Located in the Yimeng Mountain Area, Yishui county, East China’s Shandong province, the Firefly Stream Cave, with stalactites in various shapes, is a rare wonder in Asia.
The Temple of Confucius is a tribute to the ancient Chinese philosopher as much as it is to social hierarchy and harmonious coexistence of humans and nature.
Minggucheng, namely Ancient City in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), is renowned for its three Confucius sites, namely the Confucius Temple, the Confucius Forest, and the Kong Family Mansion.