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English: This photo was taken at Ling En Temple of Chang Ling. It shows a replica of the golden crown of Wanli Emperor (ca. 1600) of Ming Dynasty of China. The original piece was excavated from Ding Ling at 1960s and is on display at Ding Ling museum.
中文(中国大陆)‎: 此照片拍摄于长陵棱恩殿。图中为明神宗金丝翼善冠(万历皇帝金丝冠)复制品,原品出土于定陵
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