Chinese authorities on February 16 announced that a museum and park will be built on the ruins of an ancient capital city, Xinhua reports.
Yu said the museum, with a planned building area of 30,000 sq metres, will showcase around 40,000 items, such as excavated antiques, text and graphic documents.
The most famous piece unearthed is a 70cm-long turquoise dragon, formed from more than 2,000 pieces of turquoise.
A cultural ruins park will also be built. It will protect and display the sites of the ancient city walls, palace, roads, as well as handcraft workshops of bronze casting and turquoise, and the sacrifice venue of the ruins.
“The park will also simulate scenes from over 3,000 years ago by landscaping and building workshops based on the discoveries,” Yu said.