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Statue of Caocao erected in central Chinese city
From:CRI  Writer:  Date:2007-12-07

 

A stone statue of Caocao, a historical figure in China's Three Kingdoms Period, was erected in city Xuchang, central China's Henan Province, on Tuesday.

The Hefei Evening News reported that the granite statue is nearly 7 meters tall and weighs over 200 tons.

Caocao founded the ancient Wei Kingdom (220 - 265A.D.), and Xuchang served as Caocao's de facto capital during the Three Kingdoms Period.
 

 

 
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