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Xi'an is the first of China's Four Great Ancient Capitals. The immaculately restored and mighty city wall still dominates the center of the city, with road traffic navigating through tunnel-like openings in its girth. Many modern buildings keep with ancient decor, especially the rooves. Xi'an is characterized by and proud of its ancient heritage, and rightly so.
Top Things to Do in Xian
The Army of Tettacotta Warriors is a valued possession of the city by the UNESCO which has credited it as a World Heritage Site in 1987. Over 8,000 life-size terracotta warriors and horses were arrayed in battle formation in many underground pits.
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Ancient City Walls
Xi'an city walls are still visable and it is possible to walk or cycle all way around on the wall which is 14km. There is still a lot of restoration works sometime and sections may be closed to the public. Bicycles may be rented on the top of the wall at the each main gate. Read More >>
Big willd Goose Pagoda
Big Wild Goose Pagoda is the famous Buddhist pagodas in China. The pagoda was built over 1,000 years ago.As the symbol of the old-line Xian, Big Wild Goose Pagoda is a well-preserved ancient building and a holy place for Buddhists.--- Read More >>
Tang Dynasty Music and Dance Show
The show represents the palace singing and dancing in the Tang Dynasty, when Xi'an was the capital of China. You can relish the delicious dumplings while enjoying the show.The Tang Cultrual Show may be a total contrast to some of the contemporary musica,. Read More >>
Shaanxi History Museum
Located in the east Xiaozhai Road, south of Xi'an city, it is a massive modern museum and a magnificent architectural complex in the Tang-Dynasty style. It covers an area of 70000 square meters. Read More >>
Muslim Steet Xian(Huimin Jie)
The early Muslims in China came from what was known at Xiyu, or 'the west', areas usually identified as Arabia or Persia. These people were much different from the Chinese in terms of their language, culture and --Read More >>
Referring to Hanyangling as "Oriental Venus" is no exaggeration. The tomb has almost certainly been identified by the dicovery of 40,000 burial objects, including cavalrymen, infantrymen, painted nude pottery figurines, utensils Read More >>
Drum and Bell Towers
They are the most famous landmarks of the city. The Bell Tower is situated in the very heart of the city and at the connection of the four main streets.About 500 metres northwest of the Bell Tower stands the Drum -- Read More >
Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses - At the mention of the great number of Xian attractions, terracotta soldiers always come as the first. The great archeological excavation of Qin (221BC-206BC) Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses unfolded a strong army of altogether 7,000 life-size pottery soldiers, horses, chariots and weapons arranged in battle formations symbolically, guarding the tomb of Emperor Qin Shi Huang. The grand Mausoleum of the first emperor of Qin and the warriors and horses buried in loess for over 2,000 years amaze every visitor there. Now the Emperor Qin Shi Huang's Mausoleum Site Park was just built on the entire tomb site to offer more spots worthwhile exploring.
City Wall - Adorned with a moat and the circular City Wall Park, the wall surrounds the square inner city of Xian. It is the most complete city wall to survive in China, as well being one of the largest ancient military defensive systems in the world, built first in the early Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and renovated in recent years.
Within the City Proper
The Bell Tower plays absolutely as the central landmark of the city, from which four most prosperous commercial streets stretch towards the east, west, south and north. As another must to every Ming city, the Drum Tower stands nearby in the west of the Bell Tower. Time has passed along with the bell at dawn and the Drum at dust sounding everyday. Now, they are outstanding examples of the ancient architecture of Xian. Entering the old gate of the Drum Tower, you are warmly welcomed by an old street with bluestone pavement and full of Muslim restaurants decorated in Ming and Qing dynasties' style, Moslem Street (Huimin Jie), which is the right place to taste Xian snack or get a chance to Visit A Local Family as well. The Great Mosque of Xian occupies a narrow lot which is only a block away from the Drum Tower, being the spiritual root of about sixty thousand Muslims, mainly Hui minority living and working here. To know city wall much earlier than Ming, Xian Hanguang Gate Site Museum provides a prefect description of the ancient wall 1,400 year ago at the zenith of Xian history.
Shaanxi History Museum is one of the most distinguished history museum in China, located in a quiet corner but easy of access. Within few kilometers around it, there are Big Wild Goose Pagoda in the crucial Buddhist temple, Da Cien Temple; the biggest Tang culture theme park, Tang Paradise; one of the most time-honored Temple first built some 1,600 years ago, Daxingshan Temple.z
Driving eastward for Lintong or taking City Bus U5 (306) from the east square of the railway station, first comes the Banpo Museum which built on the ancient human village relics of Neolithic Yangshao culture. Terracotta Army is the most attractive along the east scenery line. A few minutes' drive away, there is the Huaqing Hot Springs at the north foot of Mt. Lishan, which is favored for its scenic beauty and palace complex, becoming well-known as the spa place for Concubine Yang of Tang (618-907) Emperor Xuanzong. If leaving Lintong by train or bus, Mt. Huashan, one of the five sacred mountains in China famed for precipitous crags, narrow and steep paths, can be reached within three hours. Many visitors choose to climb the mountain at night and wait for the sun rise on the top.
About nineteen miles northwest of Xian, Xianyang is the first stop on the west route. It was best known as the capital of Qin Dynasty with its suburbs scattered widely with mausoleums of emperors and royal families of several dynasties: Yangling Mausoleum of Han Dynasty (Hanyangling), the joint grave of Liu Qi, a notable emperor in Western Han (206 BC-220AD) and Empress Wang; Qianling Mausoleum, the joint tomb of Emperor Gaozong and his empress Wu Zetian, the only woman ruler in Chinese history; Zhaoling Mausoleum, the tomb of the second emperor of Tang and the first Tang imperial tomb built into the mountain. These are all grand burial complexes worth visiting. Further in Baoji, Famen Temple is a noted Buddhist shrine for its collection of Sakyamuni's relics. For picturesque mountainous scenery, Taibai Mountain National Forest Park is worthwhile going.
Temple of Flourishing Teaching (Xingjiao Si) in Changan District is not well acquainted and it will be easily remembered if mentioned as the place where famous Chinese Buddhist Monk Xuanzang reposed after death. Xiangji (Heaped Fragrance) Temple is also an important Buddhist shrine. The famous Tang poetry, Wang Wei, wrote in his poem: Not knowing the way to the Temple of Xiangji, as bell come through woods without human track under miles of mountain-cloud. The words unfold a vivid picture around the temple. Western Zhou (11th century BC-771 BC) Chariot Burial Pit is a right place to understand ancient Chinese burial system. Fenghe River area was the capital ruins of Western Zhou and the burial pits on the west bank in present Chang'an District provide fair evidences to study the burial custom at that time.
Exploring further to the northeast, a small historic cultural city Hancheng, known as the hometown of famous historian and litterateur of China, Sima Qian, is the home to Sima Qian Temple, Dang Village and the Confucius Temple. Moreover, a unique type of dwelling Farmers' Caves, exists mainly in northern part of Shaanxi Province, is also worth visiting while marching northward continuously. Yan'an has the most typical and distinctive cave residences.
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