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National Museum of China——grand exhibition "Road to Revival"
北京

新开放的中国国家博物馆通过《古代中国》和《复兴之路》两个基本陈列,全面、艺术、形象地展示中华文明的历程和现代化建设成就。《复兴之路》大型主题展览复展是以大量珍贵历史资料和文物,真实再现了自鸦片战争以来,陷入半殖民地半封建社会深渊的中国人民在屈辱和苦难中奋起抗争,为实现民族复兴上下求索,特别是中国共产党领导各族人民争取民族独立、人民解放、国家富强、人民幸福的奋斗历程,展示了盛世中华团结和谐的繁荣景象。

该全景是在“复兴之路”的主题展厅拍摄,由于国家博物馆不允许带入三脚架拍照,所以全景是完全徒手拍摄。

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