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Giant 3D Paintings Using Piers as Canvases Opened to the Public


Chongqing– Panoramic military culture-themed paintings can be seen on the piers, becoming a hot new spring tourist attraction in Southwestern China’s Chongqing Municipality recently.

Panoramic paintings themed on military culture. (Photo provided to iChongqing)

A new tourist attraction in the city

At Egongyan Bridge on h Jiubin Road, Jiulongpo District, a group of giant 3D colored paintings using the piers of Egongyan Bridge as canvases have been completed and opened to the public. In total, these paintings cover an area of more than 10,000 square meters, of which more than 1,000 square meters are restored scenes and sculptures.

To take full advantage of the landform below the bridge, restoring scenes, sculpturing, and 3D panoramic painting are used to reproduce what an arsenal looked like during the Chinese People’s War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression.

The giant 3D colored paintings use the piers of Egongyan Bridge as canvases. (Photo provided to iChongqing)

As a new red tourist attraction in the city, it helps educate visitors on patriotism through effective interaction. In this way, people, especially young people, can learn and face up to history and cherish China’s hard-won peace.

3D paintings show China’s strength in the navy

The bridge painting project at Jiubin Road is located below the bridge at the road in Chongqing Jianchuan Museum Settlement, Jiulongpo District. As you approach, elements of “blue skies and white clouds” and fighter jets such as the J-10C and J-20C will come into view. Below them is a boundless sea on which sail People’s Liberation Army Navy Liaoning, Zhuhai Destroyer, and other Chinese combat ships. These 3D paintings offer visitors an immersive experience of China’s naval strength.

3D paintings show China’s strength in the navy. (Photo provided to iChongqing)

This project as well as Zhuhai Destroyer, The People’s Navy Goes Forward—Exhibition of People’s Memories, Chongqing Military Port Square, and others, are designed by combining virtuality with reality. The artistic scenarios have demonstrated China’s strong air and sea forces. When lights below the bridge are on at night, a picture of the “beautiful sea” shows against the backdrop of Zhuhai Destroyer. So it is quite a good choice for a night trip.

3D paintings show China’s strength in the navy. (Photo provided to iChongqing)

Interesting places in the surrounding area

  • Chongqing Jianchuan Museum Settlement

As the world’s largest cave museum cluster, Chongqing Jianchuan Museum Settlement consists of eleven theme museums. Home to more than 100,000 pieces of cultural relics, including 116 national first-class ones, it is a national 4A tourist attraction.

Combining entertainment, history, culture, and education is a great choice for a parent-child trip during holidays.

Chongqing Jianchuan Museum Settlement. (Photo provided to iChongqing)

  • Zhuhai Destroyer

On August 28, 2020, Zhuhai Destroyer (Hull No. 166, Zhuhai Type 051 Destroyer) was decommissioned and handed over to Chongqing Jianchuan Museum, continuing to contribute to national defense education in a different way. Last July, it was opened to the public as a key part of Chongqing Jianchuan Museum Settlement.

At the exhibition halls, we can learn about the development history of the Chinese Navy through pictures, videos, and ship models. In the deck, front and rear fort barbettes, cabins, and other areas, you can see excellent Chinese combat ships and relive your childhood dream of joining the navy.

Zhuhai Destroyer. (Photo provided to iChongqing)

  • Jiulongtan Square

Above Jiulongtan Square is Egongyan Bridge, and nearby lies the Yangtze River. This large square is a great place for Chongqing people to sit around chatting with friends or just enjoy themselves in the sunshine or breeze.

Charming in a class of its own as a part of the Two Rivers and Four Riversides, Jiulongtan Square is expected to join Yangjiaping Business District, Chongqing Jianchuan Museum Settlement, Longfeng Temple, air-raid shelters, and other cultural and tourism resources to form Jiulongtan Tourist Area.

Jiulongtan Square. (Photo provided to iChongqing)


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