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Guangdong Revolutionary Historical Museum
Located in Lingyuan Road West,  known as a theme museum for exhibiting the revolutionary history of Guangzhou during the past century. The articles in the museum reflect the historical scenarios in Guangdong area between 1840 and 1949.

Guangdone Provincial Museum
It is located in Wenming Road. Built as a palace in Qing Dynasty (1648-1911), it is now a national protected historical unit, and served as a provincial-level comprehensive museum with a collection of over 130,000 items. Among all the collections, the historical ceramic and paintings are ranking the front row in China.

The Mausoleum of Nanyue Kingdom
Located in Jianfang Road North, it is the tomb for the second king of Nanyue Kingdom dating back 2000 years ago. It unearthed numerous historical items, such as Jade Cloth, Emperor Gold Seal and Jade Seal. There are over 1000 burial items including bronze wares and jade vases, all of whichare valued as National Treasures.

Yaozhou Remains
It is located in Jiaoyu Road. In the Southern Han Period, Liu Gong occupied the Lingnan area, and established his own capital in Guangzhou. Flowers of Chinese herbaceous peony were planted everywhere on the islet, hence the name "Fairy Lake" or "Peony Flowers Islet".

Guangzhou Art Museum
Situated in Lu-hu Road, it is well known as the largest arts museum of its kind in South China region. Engaged in collecting Chinese calligraphy and painting works of past generations, the museum is unique in combining celebrity hall, theme exhibition hall and exhibition exchange hall. It has a focus on the works of Lingnan style.

Five Rams Stone Statue
Located in ErshaIsland, the concert hall is one of the most modern concerts in China, with the state of art facilities. The Symphony Hall is the largest hall playing in natural sound. The stage is installed with the largest pipe organ in Asia.

Five-Immortal Temple
It is located in Huifu Road West. As legend goes, 5 fairies each rode a ram to arrive at Guangzhou to confer ears of millet to the local people, and wished that this state would never suffer from hunger and desolation. The temple was built to commemorate the fairies at the location where they decent to this area. The fairy tale is originated here, hence the name Rice Stone Temple and Five Fairy Temple, which used to one of the top eight scenic spots in Guangzhou.