Most of the remains of the Qin dynasty palace lie submerged off the coast of China’s Liaoning province. Photo: Liaoshen Evening News Most of the remains of the Qin dynasty palace lie submerged off the coast of China’s Liaoning province. Photo: Liaoshen Evening News
Most of the remains of the Qin dynasty palace lie submerged off the coast of China’s Liaoning province. Photo: Liaoshen Evening News

Undersea treasure: archaeologists find submerged Qin dynasty ‘seaside palace’ of China’s first emperor

Most of the remains of the Qin dynasty palace lie submerged off the coast of China’s Liaoning province. Photo: Liaoshen Evening News Most of the remains of the Qin dynasty palace lie submerged off the coast of China’s Liaoning province. Photo: Liaoshen Evening News
Most of the remains of the Qin dynasty palace lie submerged off the coast of China’s Liaoning province. Photo: Liaoshen Evening News
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