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Collections of "The Dream of a King" exhibited in Doha

11-02-2011 10:16 BJT

Automaton depicting St George slaying the dragon in a sculpture made out of Silver and Iron
is on display at the three-month long exhibition "The Dream of a King - Dresden's Green
Vault" inaugurated at Museum of Islamic Art (MIA) in Doha, capital of Qatar, on Nov. 1,
2011. The collection of artifacts dating back to 16th and 18th centuries including exotic
jewellery, sculptures and paintings are brought from Dresden's State Art Collection of
Germany to put up in a temporary gallery at MIA. (Xinhua/Maneesh Bakshi)

Ornate vase made of Kelheim stone is on display at the three-month
long exhibition "The Dream of a King - Dresden's Green Vault"
inaugurated at Museum of Islamic Art (MIA) in Doha, capital of
Qatar, on Nov. 1, 2011. The collection of artifacts dating back
to 16th and 18th centuries including exotic jewellery, sculptures
and paintings are brought from Dresden's State Art Collection of
Germany to put up in a temporary gallery at MIA.
(Xinhua/Maneesh Bakshi)

Hat aigrette from the Carnelian set is on display at the
three-month long exhibition "The Dream of a King -
Dresden's Green Vault" inaugurated at Museum of Islamic
Art (MIA) in Doha, capital of Qatar, on Nov. 1, 2011.
The collection of artifacts dating back to 16th and 18th
centuries including exotic jewellery, sculptures and
paintings are brought from Dresden's State Art Collection
of Germany to put up in a temporary gallery at MIA.
(Xinhua/Maneesh Bakshi)

Visitors look at the artifacts displayed at the three-month long exhibition "The Dream of a
King - Dresden's Green Vault" inaugurated at Museum of Islamic Art (MIA) in Doha, capital
of Qatar, on Nov. 1, 2011. The collection of artifacts dating back to 16th and 18th
centuries including exotic jewellery, sculptures and paintings are brought from Dresden's
State Art Collection of Germany to put up in a temporary gallery at MIA. (Xinhua/Maneesh
Bakshi)

Drinking vessels in the form of a courtly couple are on display at the three-month long
exhibition "The Dream of a King - Dresden's Green Vault" inaugurated at Museum of Islamic
Art (MIA) in Doha, capital of Qatar, on Nov. 1, 2011. The collection of artifacts dating
back to 16th and 18th centuries including exotic jewellery, sculptures and paintings are
brought from Dresden's State Art Collection of Germany to put up in a temporary gallery at
MIA. (Xinhua/Maneesh Bakshi)

Editor:Wang Xiaomei |Source: Xinhua

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