On the morning of July 7, the second day of the successful application of the Liangzhu Ancient City Site, the Liangzhu Ancient City Site Park held a limited opening ceremony and the online reservation system was officially opened.
Liangzhu Ancient City Relics Park is located in Yuhang District of Hangzhou City, covering an area of 14.34 square kilometers, including the city site area, Yaoshan site and peripheral water system sites within the Liangzhu ancient city site.
Among them, Liangzhu Ancient City Site Park is the core part of the park. It consists of a palace area, an inner city and an outer city. It is a three-way structure with a centripetal shape. The ancient river runs through it. The total area of the city site is 631 hectares, and the total amount of earthwork for artificially piled up is about 7.17 million cubic meters.
The palace area is located in the center of the city site. It is the most open and open area with an area of about 39 hectares. It is the main place for the residence and activities of the highest rulers in the Liangzhu period.
The inner city is surrounded by the city wall and is centered on the palace area. The inner city is divided with cemeteries, sites (including hand workshops), terraces and ancient rivers.
The outer city is located on the outer periphery of the inner city. The 17 intermittently distributed terraces form a semi-closed outline of the outer Mongolia, including the site and the tombs of the tombs, covering an area of about 351 hectares. The outer city platform and the river network during the walkway form a water town landscape that lives along the water.
It is reported that the online reservation system for Liangzhu Ancient City Ruins Park has been launched at 9:00 on the 7th, and visitors can make a real-time appointment for a visit within 1 to 7 days. In other words, visitors can visit Liangzhu Ancient City Ruins Park on the morning of July 8 by appointment.
At the opening ceremony, the Liangzhu Site Management Committee issued a visit to the public:
1. The soil site is not vulnerable to display, so the site is often presented in the form of plant identification and simulation restoration. We provide the best protection for the site with minimal intervention. Please be in awe, cherish the grass and trees, do not trample on the cultural relics, and do not take anything that is not your own.