Exhibition of ancient Roman civilization brought to Beijing

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Exhibition of ancient Roman civilization brought to Beijing
A visitor views exhibits at the exhibition titled “Tota Italia — Origins of a Nation” at the National Museum of China in Beijing, capital of China, July 11, 2022. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei)

A new exhibition on the origins of Italy has opened at the National Museum of China in Beijing.

Titled “Tota Italia — Origins of a Nation,” it features 503 pieces of precious antiques from 26 museums across Italy.

Presented in Chinese, Italian, and English simultaneously, the exhibition will last until Oct. 9. 

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