Over 100 national treasures debut in Fuzhou

2022-05-12 Editor : Luo Pan ECNS App Download

(ECNS) -- Cultural relics unearthed from the Sanxingdui Ruins and the Jinsha Site in southwest China's Sichuan caught sight of reporters on Wednesday when an exhibition was opened ahead of schedule for the media only.

The preview exhibition featured ancient Chinese civilization during the Bronze Age along the Yangtze River and will be held at the Fujian Museum in southeast China's Fuzhou.

A total of 107 pieces or sets of cultural relics will be on display during the three-month-long exhibition, among which 55 are first-level protected cultural relics.

The most eye-catching is a bronze sculpture of a human head wearing a gold mask.

Visitors can also buy cultural and creative products at the exhibition.


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