The second Nanyue King Zhao Mo’s tomb, discovered in 1983, is the earliest stone tomb with painting in the area of South China. More than one thousand relics were unearthed from the intact tomb. They reflect the development of the kingdom’s politics, economy and culture 2000 years ago. The Nanyue King’s tomb is the most precious historical cultural heritage of Guangzhou and one of the major archaeological discoveries in China. It was designated an important heritage in China. It was designated an important heritage site under the state’s protection in 1996.