lemoncasinofreespins|Exhibition on ancient Shu civilization held in Beijing

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lemoncasinofreespins|Exhibition on ancient Shu civilization held in Beijing

A woman views a bronze exhibit during an exhibition named "Unveiling Sanxingdui and Jinsha of Ancient Shu Civilization" at the Grand Canal Museum of Beijinglemoncasinofreespins, in Beijing, capital of China, June 27, 2024lemoncasinofreespins. With a total of 265 pieces of relics featuring ancient Shu civilization, the exhibition kicked off here on Thursday and will last until Oct. 10. (Xinhua/Chen Zhonghao)

This photo taken on June 27, 2024 shows the scene of an exhibition named "Unveiling Sanxingdui and Jinsha of Ancient Shu Civilization" at the Grand Canal Museum of Beijing, in Beijing, capital of China. With a total of 265 pieces of relics featuring ancient Shu civilization, the exhibition kicked off here on Thursday and will last until Oct. 10. (Xinhua/Chen Zhonghao)

This photo taken on June 27, 2024 shows a bronze exhibit during an exhibition named "Unveiling Sanxingdui and Jinsha of Ancient Shu Civilization" at the Grand Canal Museum of Beijing, in Beijing, capital of China. With a total of 265 pieces of relics featuring ancient Shu civilization, the exhibition kicked off here on Thursday and will last until Oct. 10. (Xinhua/Chen Zhonghao)

Visitors view a bronze replica exhibit during an exhibition named "Unveiling Sanxingdui and Jinsha of Ancient Shu Civilization" at the Grand Canal Museum of Beijing, in Beijing, capital of China, June 27, 2024. With a total of 265 pieces of relics featuring ancient Shu civilization, the exhibition kicked off here on Thursday and will last until Oct. 10. (Xinhua/Chen Zhonghao)

Visitors take photos of a bronze replica exhibit during an exhibition named "Unveiling Sanxingdui and Jinsha of Ancient Shu Civilization" at the Grand Canal Museum of Beijing, in Beijing, capital of China, June 27, 2024. With a total of 265 pieces of relics featuring ancient Shu civilization, the exhibition kicked off here on Thursday and will last until Oct. 10. (Xinhua/Chen Zhonghao)

People view a bronze exhibit during an exhibition named "Unveiling Sanxingdui and Jinsha of Ancient Shu Civilization" at the Grand Canal Museum of Beijing, in Beijing, capital of China, June 27, 2024. With a total of 265 pieces of relics featuring ancient Shu civilization, the exhibition kicked off here on Thursday and will last until Oct. 10. (Xinhua/Chen Zhonghao)

People view a dragon-shaped bronze exhibit during an exhibition named "Unveiling Sanxingdui and Jinsha of Ancient Shu Civilization" at the Grand Canal Museum of Beijing, in Beijing, capital of China, June 27, 2024. With a total of 265 pieces of relics featuring ancient Shu civilization, the exhibition kicked off here on Thursday and will last until Oct. 10. (Xinhua/Chen Zhonghao)

People look at a bronze exhibit during an exhibition named "Unveiling Sanxingdui and Jinsha of Ancient Shu Civilization" at the Grand Canal Museum of Beijing, in Beijing, capital of China, June 27, 2024. With a total of 265 pieces of relics featuring ancient Shu civilization, the exhibition kicked off here on Thursday and will last until Oct. 10. (Xinhua/Chen Zhonghao)

A visitor mocks the gesture of a standing bronze figure while posing for photos during an exhibition named "Unveiling Sanxingdui and Jinsha of Ancient Shu Civilization" at the Grand Canal Museum of Beijing, in Beijing, capital of China, June 27, 2024. With a total of 265 pieces of relics featuring ancient Shu civilization, the exhibition kicked off here on Thursday and will last until Oct. 10. (Xinhua/Chen Zhonghao)

Visitors take photos of an exhibit during an exhibition named "Unveiling Sanxingdui and Jinsha of Ancient Shu Civilization" at the Grand Canal Museum of Beijing, in Beijing, capital of China, June 27, 2024. With a total of 265 pieces of relics featuring ancient Shu civilization, the exhibition kicked off here on Thursday and will last until Oct. 10. (Xinhua/Chen Zhonghao)

People visit an exhibition named "Unveiling Sanxingdui and Jinsha of Ancient Shu Civilization" at the Grand Canal Museum of Beijing, in Beijing, capital of China, June 27, 2024. With a total of 265 pieces of relics featuring ancient Shu civilization, the exhibition kicked off here on Thursday and will last until Oct. 10. (Xinhua/Chen Zhonghao)

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