The Huashan rock paintings in China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region have been approved as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The rock paintings in Zuojiang Huashan date back to as early as the fifth century BC and were created by the Zhuang minority group. Some artworks measure over 40 meters high and 170 meters wide. The World Heritage Committee reviewed 29 new sites this year at its 40th session in Istanbul.
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