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The most important find was the Bronze Galloping Horse.  It's an amazing art work. Known in Chinese as 'Ma Chao Long Que', the horse is depicted in a full gallop supported on just one foot upon the back of a bird in flight. Three of the horse feet raise high into the air. The statuette is roughly 35 centimeters high and 45 centimeters long, weighing 7 kilograms. The artist is unknown but the vitality and exquisite modeling of the piece has meant that it has been adopted as a symbol for Chinese tourism. The horse may be seen in the Gansu Provincial History Museum.

Thought it would be worth mentioning what it as all about...........Kind Regards........Gordon

Yes, it highly depends on when you go up. I took this in August 2011, when the day was sunny (with a little cloud) and the air was very clean (visibility >20km).

Kapitalna fotografia LIkE :)

Pozdrawiam Kicaj :)

Fajne zdjęcie LIkE :)

Pozdrawiam Kicaj :)

Ah the Northern Lights, brilliant capture

best wishes.............Gordon

RNLatvian Thanks Cheers, Jeff

espectacular y fantastico felicidadez de mexico

Wow, never rember Tai Wan looking like this, so what is the top floor 200 + must house a lot of people, like it, a very descriptive photograph.

Best wishes. Gordon

Spectacular picture, no matter where you look at it.

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