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Xixia Kingdom's antiques displayed in Harbin

2013-07-16 14:38:06




Combination photo taken on July 16, 2013 shows exhibits at a public exhibition presenting elaborate antiques of the Xixia Kingdom at the Heilongjiang Provincial Museum in Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang Province. Xixia (1032-1227), or Western Xia, was a feudal kingdom established by the Tangut ethnic group at the eastern end of the ancient Silk Road. Its territory largely overlapped today's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region in northwest China. (Xinhua/Wang Song)

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