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Exhibition of Chinese arts displayed in Budapest, Hungary

2014-10-17 14:33:11



A visitor looks at a wood sculpture of Guandi, god of war, made in the period of 16th to17th century during an exhibition in the Ferenc Hopp Museum of East Asia Arts in Budapest, Hungary on Oct. 14, 2014. [Photo/Xinhua]

The Ferenc Hopp Museum of East Asia Arts held an exhibition titled Beauty's Heart in the Ferenc Hopp Museum of East Asia Arts in Budapest of Hungary on Tuesday,showing a representative selection of nearly 8,000 pieces of Chinese arts.

The Ferenc Hopp Museum of East Asia Arts was founded in 1919 by the company owner, world traveller, collector and patron of art, Ferenc Hopp (1833-1919), who bequeathed his oriental collection of approximately 4,000 items and his villa to the state, for the purposes of establishing a museum and research centre of Asiatic arts.

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