China’s ancient Liangzhu Archaeological Site was declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee in July 2019. The site, located in Yuhang District of Hangzhou City, east China’s Zhejiang Province, showcases that civilization had existed in China between 3300 B.C. and 2300 B.C.
Now, the Liangzhu Archaeological Site has been rebuilt as a tourist attraction, preserving the ruins as much as possible. People once described the site as “the 5,000-year civilization demonstrated by jade” because thousands of jade artifacts were unearthed from Fanshan Cemetery at the site. There are 11 tombs discovered in the cemetery. #TimeTravelCGTN
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