Rare ancient Chinese porcelain dish exhibited at Benaki Museum in Athens

1 June 2017
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Visitors look at the ancient Chinese porcelain dish exhibited at the Benaki Museum in the Greek capital Athens on May 19, 2017. A rare ancient Chinese porcelain dish exhibited at the Benaki Museum in the Greek capital is giving local visitors a taste of Chinese history as the two countries celebrate their cultural exchange year in 2017.

George Manginis, member of the Executive Committee of the Benaki Museum, looks at the ancient Chinese porcelain dish exhibited at the Benaki Museum in the Greek capital Athens on May 19, 2017. A rare ancient Chinese porcelain dish exhibited at the Benaki Museum in the Greek capital is giving local visitors a taste of Chinese history as the two countries celebrate their cultural exchange year in 2017.

Photo taken on May 19, 2017 shows the ancient Chinese porcelain dish exhibited at the Benaki Museum in the Greek capital Athens. A rare ancient Chinese porcelain dish exhibited at the Benaki Museum in the Greek capital is giving local visitors a taste of Chinese history as the two countries celebrate their cultural exchange year in 2017.

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