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The over 1000 years history of Chinese nation’s capital leaves Xian with numerous historical and cultural relics. These unearthed relics are the best teller to introduce the past of Xi’an and China.
Yangling Mausoleum of Han Dynasty

Yangling Mausoleum of Han Dynasty

Located on the way from Xian Airport to downtown Xian,22 kilometers west to Xi’an, the Yangling is Mausoleum of Liu Qi, Emperor Jing, the fourth emperor of the Western Han Dynasty (202BC-8AD) who reigned China for 17 years, and died at Chang’an at when he was 48. After dying he was buried at Yang...

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Terracotta Warriors and Horses

Terracotta Warriors and Horses

Terra-Cotta Warriors in east skirt of Xian is regarded as “the eighth wonder of the world” and has been listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO since December 1987. The purpose of the warriors and horses, located less than a mile from the emperor’s tomb, was to maintain and pr...

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Shaanxi History Museum

Shaanxi History Museum

Shaanxi History Museum on East Xiaozhai Road was constructed with the structure of traditional Chinese palaces, the style of architectures in the tang dynasty. 375,000 pieces of relics are exhibited in the museum, of which 800 pieces are of national first level. Basic exhibition hall arranges the...

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Banpo Museum

Banpo Museum

Bnapo Museum locates east to downtown Xian is the first museum themed at prehistorical site in China. The site was discovered in spring of 1953 and the excavation work lasted from 1954 to 1957. Finishing the excavation the museum was built on the discovering site in 1957. With three years, 45 hut...

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Daming Palace in Xian

Daming Palace in Xian

Daming Palace Heritage Museum locates at center of Daming Palace Heritage Park in northern part of downtown Xian. The heritage park is built on ruins site of Daming Palace, the imperial palace of the Tang Dynasty. Construction work of the palace was carried out in 635, the 9th year of Emperor Tai...

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Xian Forest of Stone Steles

Xian Forest of Stone Steles

The Forest of Stone Steles was originally built in 1087 in the Song Dynasty (960-1279). In the following dynasties more Steles were selected and preserved there. In 1944, Xian city enlarged the Confucius Temple into today’s Forest of Stone Steles Museum which focuses on collecting, preserving and...

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