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'Paws' at Beijing's Palace Museum woo visitors

2019-10-29 05:05:49 GMT2019-10-29 13:05:49(Beijing Time) Sina English
Giant statues of cats are on display near the gate of divine prowess at Beijing’s Palace Museum, with visitors flocking to the site to take pictures with these little stars. The Palace Museum, alsoe known as the Forbidden City, is home to about 200 stray cats, some of which are believe to be the offspring of royal cats raised by emperors and their concubines in ancient times. (Photo/VCG) Giant statues of cats are on display near the gate of divine prowess at Beijing’s Palace Museum, with visitors flocking to the site to take pictures with these little stars. The Palace Museum, alsoe known as the Forbidden City, is home to about 200 stray cats, some of which are believe to be the offspring of royal cats raised by emperors and their concubines in ancient times. (Photo/VCG)
Giant statues of cats are on display near the gate of divine prowess at Beijing’s Palace Museum, with visitors flocking to the site to take pictures with these little stars. The Palace Museum, alsoe known as the Forbidden City, is home to about 200 stray cats, some of which are believe to be the offspring of royal cats raised by emperors and their concubines in ancient times. (Photo/VCG) Giant statues of cats are on display near the gate of divine prowess at Beijing’s Palace Museum, with visitors flocking to the site to take pictures with these little stars. The Palace Museum, alsoe known as the Forbidden City, is home to about 200 stray cats, some of which are believe to be the offspring of royal cats raised by emperors and their concubines in ancient times. (Photo/VCG)
Giant statues of cats are on display near the gate of divine prowess at Beijing’s Palace Museum, with visitors flocking to the site to take pictures with these little stars. The Palace Museum, alsoe known as the Forbidden City, is home to about 200 stray cats, some of which are believe to be the offspring of royal cats raised by emperors and their concubines in ancient times. (Photo/VCG) Giant statues of cats are on display near the gate of divine prowess at Beijing’s Palace Museum, with visitors flocking to the site to take pictures with these little stars. The Palace Museum, alsoe known as the Forbidden City, is home to about 200 stray cats, some of which are believe to be the offspring of royal cats raised by emperors and their concubines in ancient times. (Photo/VCG)
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