Famous "Riverside Scene at Qingming Festival" Painting Created Using Cross-Stitch
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A woman has completed a cross-stitch work of "Riverside Scene at Qingming Festival," an endeavor that has taken nearly six years, in northeast China's Yingkou city. "Riverside Scene at Qingming Festival", one of the most valuable Chinese ancient paintings, was created by Zhang Zerui in Song Dynasty (960-1279). The cross-stitch work weighs more than 15 kilograms, and has a width of 0.8 meters, and a length of 24.4 meters, quadrupling the original length. Cross-stitch, a kind of embroidery, ha

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