Recently, an exhibition featured as the archaeological findings from the Qin and Han dynasties in Guangzhou opens at National Museum of China. The exhibition will last until November 9.
On the exhibition, a total of 332 pieces and sets of cultural relics of the Qin and Han dynasties unearthed in Guangzhou are shown to visitors. The exhibits include 38 first-class cultural relics, 43 second-class cultural relics, and 53 third-class cultural relics, as well as exquisite items that have not been rated.
The exhibition is divided into four parts, systematically displaying the glorious ancient historical and cultural features and the characteristics of the Lingnan area.