National Museum Highlights Rare Treasures of Tang Dynasty

October 9, 2018
By Zhang JiaminEditor: Xie Wen
National Museum Highlights Rare Treasures of Tang Dynasty
An exhibit at the National Museum of China [Women of China/ Zhang Jiamin]

 

The National Museum of China (NMC) in Beijing opened a special exhibition on September 3 to explore the prosperity of the Tang Dynasty (618-907) through the objects and artifacts that survive in different collections.

The exhibition "The Grandeur of Tang" was supported by the Publicity Department of Shaanxi Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China, and Shaanxi Provincial Cultural Relics Bureau.

The exhibition brings together nearly 120 objects from nine museums and cultural institutions around Shaanxi, the former site of the imperial capital, Chang'an (today's Xi'an).

The displays present the glory of the Tang Dynasty from many aspects such as culture, life, art, exchanges between China and other countries and religious beliefs, among other topics.

The exhibition runs until November 3.

 

National Museum Highlights Rare Treasures of Tang Dynasty
An exhibit at the National Museum of China [Women of China/ Zhang Jiamin]
National Museum Highlights Rare Treasures of Tang Dynasty
An exhibit at the National Museum of China [Women of China/ Zhang Jiamin]
National Museum Highlights Rare Treasures of Tang Dynasty
An exhibit at the National Museum of China [Women of China/ Zhang Jiamin]
National Museum Highlights Rare Treasures of Tang Dynasty
An exhibit at the National Museum of China [Women of China/ Zhang Jiamin]
National Museum Highlights Rare Treasures of Tang Dynasty
An exhibit at the National Museum of China [Women of China/ Zhang Jiamin]

 

(Source: National Museum of China/ Translated and edited by Women of China)

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