Silk Road sculpture in Xi'an

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A large-size Silk Road sculpture stands near the site of the Kaiyuan Gate of the Tang Dynasty Chang'an City (now Xi'an), which is said to be the starting point of the Tang Dynasty Silk Road. The sculpture depicts three Chinese, three Persians, fourteen camels, two horses and three dogs. It was created in 1988 by the Xi'an Academy of Fine Arts to commemorate the 2100th anniversary of the establishment of the Silk Road. [,cn/ by Yuan Fang]

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