Mountains, Rivers and Motherland: The Beijing Western Hills and Yongding River Cultural Belt
September 12, 2019 - October 31, 2019 Time: 9:00—17:00 (closed on Mondays) Room O, B1, Capital Museum
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Part 1 The Corridor Connecting Civilizations


Beijing is located at the intersection of the North China Plain, Taihang Mountain Range and Yanshan Mountain Range. The Western Hills – Yongding River region boasts rich water resources and vast lands, forming a natural corridor connecting plateaus, mountainous regions, plains and sea. The region's development and gradual cultural fusion over the millennia is a result of the integration of prehistoric civilizations, the collision and exchange of farming and nomadic cultures, and the establishment of the regime and capital in the region by ethnic minorities such as the Khitan, Jurchen and Mongols.


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