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Banpo Museum

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The Banpo Museum was built at the base of the excavation site of a Neolithic matriarchal community of the Yangshao Culture that lived 6000 years ago. Located in Shanxi, the museum exhibits cultural relics excavated from this site, including hunting tools, domestic artifacts, and pottery inscribed

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Big Wild Goose Pagoda

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Situtated within the Da Ci’en Temple in the southern suburb of Xian, the Big Wild Goose Pagoda is one of the most famous and well-preserved Buddhist pagodas in China. Originally built in 652 duri

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Ancient City Wall

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The city wall surrounding Xian is one of the largest ancient military defensive systems in the world and the most complete surviving city wall in China. It has also been listed by the Chinese government as a National Protected Cultural Relic.


 

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Drum Tower and Bell Tower

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The Bell Tower stands on the geographical center of the ancient city of Xian, and is the largest and best-preserved of its kind. The wooden tower is a colorful and striking building archetypal to Ming-style architecture (1368-1644).

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Dumpling Banquet

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The Chinese dumpling (or Jiazo) is a universal favorite that can be found on almost any menu in China. These dough-filled delicacies enjoy a long, rich tradition and are often an essential part of celebratory meals, such as the Lunar Spring Festival.

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Shaanxi History Museum

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Located in Xian City, the Shaanxi History Museum is a comprehensive museum which holds more than 370,000 cultural relics from all different periods of Shaanxi history. Shaanxi Province is said to be the birthplace of ancient Chinese civilization, and Xian was the capital city in thirteen dynastie

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Tang Dynasty Show

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Enjoy the cultural musings of theTang Dynasty Show, a song and dance performance which reflects the rich cultural history and prosperity of the Tang Dynasty (618-907). For thousands of years, China’s ancient capital of Xian (during 13 dynasties) has been renowned for its historical treasure

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Terra Cotta Warriors

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The famed Terra Cotta Warriors are undoubtedly Xian's star attraction and one of the most significant archaeological discoveries of the 20th century. Catapulting this ancient city into international stardom, the life-size clay army was unearthed from the mausoleum of Chin

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Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor

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The Mausoleum of the first Qin Emperor is most famous for its life-size terracotta soldiers, but it also the site of other precious relics, including a number of chariots and metal weapons. One of the most prized discoveries is a bronze horse-drawn chariot, which is the largest bronze ware ever f

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The site of Acrobat Figures

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The acrobat figures site,also called "Baixi site" was discovered in June,1999. It's at the south-east corner of the First Qin Emperor's mausoleum, covering an area of 800 square meters. Compared with the world-known Terra Cotta warriors site, "Baixi"site is a lot di

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