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2018-12-05 02:54:35 GMT2018-12-05 10:54:35(Beijing Time) 
The aerial photo shows an archaeological site along a trans-provincial water diversion project in in Lujiang county, East China's Anhui province. A total of 44 cultural sites are found and put under protection at Anhui section of the water diversion project. [Photo/China News Service] The aerial photo shows an archaeological site along a trans-provincial water diversion project in in Lujiang county, East China's Anhui province. A total of 44 cultural sites are found and put under protection at Anhui section of the water diversion project. [Photo/China News Service]
Cultural relics unearthed from historical sites along a trans-provincial water diversion project in Lujiang county, East China's Anhui province. [Photo/China News Service] Cultural relics unearthed from historical sites along a trans-provincial water diversion project in Lujiang county, East China's Anhui province. [Photo/China News Service]
Archaeologists work at a site in Lujiang county, East China's Anhui province. Cultural relics including ancient steamers, and animal bones were unearthed from archaeological sites along a trans-provincial water diversion project in Anhui province. [Photo/China News Service] Archaeologists work at a site in Lujiang county, East China's Anhui province. Cultural relics including ancient steamers, and animal bones were unearthed from archaeological sites along a trans-provincial water diversion project in Anhui province. [Photo/China News Service]
The aerial photo shows an archaeological site along a trans-provincial water diversion project in in Lujiang county, East China's Anhui province. A total of 44 cultural sites are found and put under protection at Anhui section of the water diversion project. [Photo/China News Service] The aerial photo shows an archaeological site along a trans-provincial water diversion project in in Lujiang county, East China's Anhui province. A total of 44 cultural sites are found and put under protection at Anhui section of the water diversion project. [Photo/China News Service]
Cultural relics unearthed from historical sites along a trans-provincial water diversion project in Lujiang county, East China's Anhui province. [Photo/China News Service] Cultural relics unearthed from historical sites along a trans-provincial water diversion project in Lujiang county, East China's Anhui province. [Photo/China News Service]
Archaeologists work at a site in Lujiang county, East China's Anhui province. Cultural relics including ancient steamers, and animal bones were unearthed from archaeological sites along a trans-provincial water diversion project in Anhui province. [Photo/China News Service] Archaeologists work at a site in Lujiang county, East China's Anhui province. Cultural relics including ancient steamers, and animal bones were unearthed from archaeological sites along a trans-provincial water diversion project in Anhui province. [Photo/China News Service]
The aerial photo shows an archaeological site along a trans-provincial water diversion project in in Lujiang county, East China's Anhui province. A total of 44 cultural sites are found and put under protection at Anhui section of the water diversion project. [Photo/China News Service] The aerial photo shows an archaeological site along a trans-provincial water diversion project in in Lujiang county, East China's Anhui province. A total of 44 cultural sites are found and put under protection at Anhui section of the water diversion project. [Photo/China News Service]
The photo shows a pottery with its function similar to a steamer unearthed from an archaeological site in Anhui province. The 3,000-year-old ancient steamer was unearthed from site along a trans-provincial water diversion project in Lujiang county, East China's Anhui province. A total of 44 cultural sites are found and put under protection at Anhui section of the water diversion project. [Photo/China News Service] The photo shows a pottery with its function similar to a steamer unearthed from an archaeological site in Anhui province. The 3,000-year-old ancient steamer was unearthed from site along a trans-provincial water diversion project in Lujiang county, East China's Anhui province. A total of 44 cultural sites are found and put under protection at Anhui section of the water diversion project. [Photo/China News Service]
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