Before the Qing Dynasty, Xinjiang was known as the Western Regions, crossed by the Silk Road. In the Han and Tang Dynasties, the Silk Road was divided into three main routes: the southern, central and northern routes. They connected east and west, and facilitated the transmission of ideas and culture. Foreign envoys and merchants came and went. The charm of the Han and Tang Dynasties was passed on and developed, and western civilisations were accepted and assimilated. The collision and fusion of a number of ancient civilisations finally led to the emergence of the inclusive and brilliant civilisation of ancient Xinjiang.
Thanks to the specific climate and buried conditions in Xinjiang, many pieces of relics have remained—including immortal mummies, gorgeous fabrics and numerous and assorted documents—all of which shed light on the magnificent civilisation of ancient Xinjiang.
Approaching Mount Tianshan, walking in the Western Regions and recalling this flourishing and prosperous era, visitors may feel the spectacular legends of Mount Tianshan come to life.
Graded Objects: 210 Pieces(Set)
Availability: 09 Jun 2016--31 Dec 2017