CULTURE Exhibition of Chinese Ancient Maritime Relics opens in Shanghai

CULTURE

Exhibition of Chinese Ancient Maritime Relics opens in Shanghai

Xinhua

20:59, December 30, 2020

People view a maritime relic recovered from Nanhai No. 1, a shipwreck dating back to the Song Dynasty (960 A.D.-1279 A.D.), at an exhibition in China Maritime Museum in Shanghai, east China, Dec. 28, 2020. The Exhibition of Chinese Ancient Maritime Relics opened in Shanghai's China Maritime Museum on Monday, displaying over 160 ancient maritime relics from 25 domestic museums. (Photos: Xinhua)

People view maritime relics at an exhibition in China Maritime Museum in Shanghai, east China, Dec. 28, 2020. The Exhibition of Chinese Ancient Maritime Relics opened in Shanghai's China Maritime Museum on Monday, displaying over 160 ancient maritime relics from 25 domestic museums.

Photo taken on Dec. 28, 2020 shows a maritime relic at an exhibition in China Maritime Museum in Shanghai, east China. The Exhibition of Chinese Ancient Maritime Relics opened in Shanghai's China Maritime Museum on Monday, displaying over 160 ancient maritime relics from 25 domestic museums.

People view maritime relics at an exhibition in China Maritime Museum in Shanghai, east China, Dec. 28, 2020. The Exhibition of Chinese Ancient Maritime Relics opened in Shanghai's China Maritime Museum on Monday, displaying over 160 ancient maritime relics from 25 domestic museums.

People view maritime relics at an exhibition in China Maritime Museum in Shanghai, east China, Dec. 28, 2020. The Exhibition of Chinese Ancient Maritime Relics opened in Shanghai's China Maritime Museum on Monday, displaying over 160 ancient maritime relics from 25 domestic museums.

People view maritime relics at an exhibition in China Maritime Museum in Shanghai, east China, Dec. 28, 2020. The Exhibition of Chinese Ancient Maritime Relics opened in Shanghai's China Maritime Museum on Monday, displaying over 160 ancient maritime relics from 25 domestic museums.

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