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Jinsha Site Museum

Astonished by large cast bronze objects and civilization dates back 3000 years BC at Jinsha Site Museum

The Jinsha archaeological site is one of the most important finds of the last 30 years. Jinsha Site Museum is has the world’s most concentrated ancient ivory collection of one period of time.  The site yielded extraordinary jade, gold and ivory figurines closely linked with the Sanxingdui site, which served as testimony of Jinsha-Sanxingdui civilization dates back 3,000 years BC. 

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