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Ruins of over 3,000 years ago excavated
From:Chinanews  Writer:  Date:2014-02-18
 
Archaeologists have made important discoveries in the excavation of Xinzhuang Ruins dating back to the late Shang Dynasty (1600-1100 BC). The discoveries include the remains of the building, edging walls, cemeteries and a number of cultural relics. It is the second-largest ancient ruins discovered after the Yinxu Ruins in Anyang, Henan Province. [Photo/Chinanews]





Ruins of over 3,000 years ago excavated

Ruins of over 3,000 years ago excavated

Ruins of over 3,000 years ago excavated

Ruins of over 3,000 years ago excavated

Ruins of over 3,000 years ago excavated

Ruins of over 3,000 years ago excavated

 
 
 
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