The exceptionally well preserved wall paintings on the north side of Xu Xianxiu’s Tomb, Shanxi, China.
This tomb dates to the Northern Qi Dynasty, 550 to 577 AD.
Photo via Wiki Commons

The exceptionally well preserved wall paintings on the north side of Xu Xianxiu’s Tomb, Shanxi, China.

This tomb dates to the Northern Qi Dynasty, 550 to 577 AD.

Photo via Wiki Commons

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