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chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2018-03-02 14:56

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Bunian Tu, one of China's most celebrated surviving ancient paintings, is on display. [Photo by Wang Kaihao/chinadaily.com.cn]

Tibetan relics on display at Capital Museum

The rarely seen Bunian Tu, one of China's most celebrated surviving ancient paintings, is on display at the Capital Museum.

The 1.3-meter-long scroll painting, also known as Emperor Taizong Receiving the Tibetan Envoy, is generally believed to be painted by Tang Dynasty (618-907) artist Yan Liben, but it is also speculated to be a facsimile of Yan's original work from the Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127).

Learn more here.

If you go:
9 am - 5 pm, through July 22 (closed on Mondays). Capital Museum, 16 Fuxingmen Street, Xicheng district. 010-6339-3339.
Ticket: Free

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