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September 6, 2016

The Ming dynasty governed China between the 14th and 17th centuries and represented one of the longest and most stable periods in the dynastic history of the country. Having emerged from a popming.jpgular revolt, the Ming dynasty developed a strong socio-economic system which was accompanied by the development of the arts, entailing architecture, sculpture, painting, calligraphy, porcelain and more.

This is the legacy of the most spectacular empire any country could have. The display at the CaixaForum offers drawings from the Forbidden City, through to the trade routes used by this vast empire.

Date: until 2nd of October, 2016

Place: Caixa Forum

Price: 4€ – general admissions, for the La Caixa clients – free

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