Nantong Museum (Chinese: 南通博物苑; pinyin: Nāntōng Bówùyuàn) is located in Nantong, Jiangsu Province, China, at 19 Qixiu Road in Chongchuan District. It is near the center of the city, beside the Haohe river. It was established by a well-known educator, Zhang Jian in 1905. It is made of five parts, the center, the south, the north, the east, the west. It is one of the oldest museums in China.
The original museum occupied three main buildings in the center, south, and north, used to display specimens of science, history, art and education.
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