A walk through the past: Shenzhen’s museums Dedicated to the May 18 International Museum Day

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The Nantou Ancient Museum documents 1,730 years of history in Nanshan District.

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The old Shenzhen Museum, which opened in 1988.

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Visitors look at model dinosaur skeletons at the entrance of the Shenzhen Paleontology Museum.

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The Shenzhen Wangye Museum celebrates its opening on Oct. 21, 2012. The museum is located in Longhua New Area and has 14,500 precious relics from the Qin, Han and Tang dynasties.

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An interpreter at China Merchants Museum guides visitors. The museum records the China Merchants Group’s history since 1872.

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Visitors talk while visiting the new Shenzhen Museum in Futian District.

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A visitor at Shenzhen Dapeng National Peninsula Geopark Museum yesterday. The museum mainly explains Shenzhen’s geology.

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Students look around the Dapeng Ancient City Museum — the well-preserved Lingnan residence from the Ming Dynasty.

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The Dongjiang Museum memorializes soldiers from the Dongjiang column, a resistance group during WWII.

(Source: Szdaily.com)

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