The architecture model of Luoyang as the capital of China during the Tang Dynasty under woman emperor Wu Zetian's reign. #china #wuzetian

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Luoyang in Henan was not the first time to be the heart of China when woman emperor Wu Zetian moved the capital from Xi'an to the peony flowers. In the 11th century BC when the West Zhou Dynasty replaced the Shang, Luoyang was declared to be the capital of China and the declaration was engraved on a bronze wine vessel presented on state ceremony. In the characters engraved on the vessel, the words 中国 (The Central State, meaning China) appears for the first time. #china #bronze

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