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Terra Cotta Army

  The Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses is located at Lintong District, 30 km East of Xi’an. It is the most significant archaeological excavation of 20th century. It is also one of the must see tourist attraction and wonders of China because of its long history and uniqueness. Read more »

The Small Wild Goose Pagoda

Small Wild Goose Pagoda

  The Small Wild Goose Pagoda is located 2 km south of Xi’an City Wall on Southern suburb of Xi’an. It was built 707 during the Tang Dynasty. It consists of Xi’an Museum, the Pagoda and Dajianfu Temple. The Dajianfu Temple was built in 684 A.D. and original name was Daxianfusi (Great Monastery of Offered Blessing). Read more »

Xi’an Great Mosque

      The Great Mosque in Xi’an is one of the oldest and most well-known mosques in China, located on Huajue Lane near to Drum Tower in Xi’an City Centre.  It was first built when the Islam was introduced to China by Arab merchants during the Tang Dynasty (685 -762) in 742 AD and still in use by China Hui Muslims as a place to worship Allah (God). Read more »

Shanxi History Museum

Shaanxi History Museum

Shaanxi History Museumis located to the Southern suburb of Xi’an City and Northwest of Big Wild Goose Pagoda. The museum exhibits more than 370,000 artefacts including pottery, coins, mural, bronze, gold and silver items unearthed from the province. The artefacts in collection belong to Han, Wei, Jin, North and South, Sui, Tang, Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties.  Read more »

Huaqing Hot Spring

Huaqing (Hua means brilliant, qing means clear or pure)  Hot Spring is situated at the base of Lishan Hill in Lintong County,30 kmeast of Xi’an city. It was a popular retreat with Emperors more than 2,500 years ago.  Read more »

Xi’an Bell Tower

  Bell Tower is situated at the heart of Xi’an city at the main crossing junction of the East, West, South and North avenue. It is considered symbol of Xi’an today. It was built in 1384 by Emperor Zhuyuanzhang during the early Ming Dynasty as a way to dominate the surrounding country side and provide early warning of attack by rival rulers. Read more »