Shaanxi cultural relics tell history in Shanghai

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Shaanxi cultural relics tell history in Shanghai
A child views the tomb figures riding horses from Han Dynasty at the exhibition on July 15, 2022. [Photo/Xinhua]

An exhibition titled Infinite Like Heavens – Treasures from Zhou, Qin Han and Tang Dynasties kicked off at Shanghai Fengxian Museum on July 15 and will last until September 15.

Over 150 exhibits tell ancient stories from the four historical periods of Zhou Dynasty (1050-221 BC), Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC), Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 220) and Tang Dynasty (618-907), matching with the on-site four sections. Visitors can view Terracotta Warriors and Horses, tomb figures and other relics, showcasing the pick of cultural remains unearthed from Shaanxi province.

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Shaanxi cultural relics tell history in Shanghai
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