Large number of cultural relics excavated from 'Nan'ao No.1'

09:59, May 26, 2011      

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Photo shows large number of cultural relics are retrieved from the wreckage of "Nan'ao No.1", a merchant ship of the Ming Dynasty, on May 25, 2011. Archaeologists found a large number of cultural relics, such as porcelain ware and metal ware, from the ancient vessel sunk in the South China Sea near Shantou, Guangdong province. (Xinhua Photo)

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