CULTURE 'Landscape Map of the Silk Road' on display in Hong Kong

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'Landscape Map of the Silk Road' on display in Hong Kong

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17:10, December 07, 2018

The "Landscape Map of the Silk Road", an imperial painting for the Jiajing Emperor in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) is on show during a media preview of "Treasures of Time" and "Landscape Map of the Silk Road" exhibitions at Hong Kong Science Museum in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, Dec. 6, 2018. The map, measuring about 30 meters long and 0.6 meters wide, was drawn on a silk handscroll. It named over 200 cities, ranging from Jiayu Pass, Gansu province, in the east, to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, in the west. (Photos: China News Service)

The "Landscape Map of the Silk Road", an imperial painting for the Jiajing Emperor in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) is on show during a media preview of "Treasures of Time" and "Landscape Map of the Silk Road" exhibitions at Hong Kong Science Museum in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, Dec. 6, 2018. The map, measuring about 30 meters long and 0.6 meters wide, was drawn on a silk handscroll. It named over 200 cities, ranging from Jiayu Pass, Gansu province, in the east, to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, in the west.

The "Landscape Map of the Silk Road", an imperial painting for the Jiajing Emperor in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) is on show during a media preview of "Treasures of Time" and "Landscape Map of the Silk Road" exhibitions at Hong Kong Science Museum in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, Dec. 6, 2018. The map, measuring about 30 meters long and 0.6 meters wide, was drawn on a silk handscroll. It named over 200 cities, ranging from Jiayu Pass, Gansu province, in the east, to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, in the west.

Visitors take photos of the "Landscape Map of the Silk Road", an imperial painting for the Jiajing Emperor in Ming Dynasty, during a media preview of "Treasures of Time" and "Landscape Map of the Silk Road" exhibitions at Hong Kong Science Museum in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, Dec. 6, 2018. The map, measuring about 30 meters long and 0.6 meters wide, was drawn on a silk handscroll. It named over 200 cities, ranging from Jiayu Pass, Gansu province, in the east, to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, in the west.

The "Landscape Map of the Silk Road", an imperial painting for the Jiajing Emperor in Ming Dynasty is on shown during a media preview of "Treasures of Time" and "Landscape Map of the Silk Road" exhibitions at Hong Kong Science Museum in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, Dec. 6, 2018. The map, measuring about 30 meters long and 0.6 meters wide, was drawn on a silk handscroll. It named over 200 cities, ranging from Jiayu Pass, Gansu province, in the east, to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, in the west.

The "Landscape Map of the Silk Road", an imperial painting for the Jiajing Emperor in Ming Dynasty is on shown during a media preview of "Treasures of Time" and "Landscape Map of the Silk Road" exhibitions at Hong Kong Science Museum in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, Dec. 6, 2018. The map, measuring about 30 meters long and 0.6 meters wide, was drawn on a silk handscroll. It named over 200 cities, ranging from Jiayu Pass, Gansu province, in the east, to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, in the west.

The "Landscape Map of the Silk Road", an imperial painting for the Jiajing Emperor in Ming Dynasty is on shown during a media preview of "Treasures of Time" and "Landscape Map of the Silk Road" exhibitions at Hong Kong Science Museum in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, Dec. 6, 2018. The map, measuring about 30 meters long and 0.6 meters wide, was drawn on a silk handscroll. It named over 200 cities, ranging from Jiayu Pass, Gansu province, in the east, to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, in the west.

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