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Where should you visit in China?
China has one of the largest land area of any country in the world, and also an incredibly vast geographical and cultural diversity. If you’re planning to visit China, the ...
UNESCO sites in Beijing and Surroundings
UNESCO World Heritage Sites are important landmarks of the world, officially identifying its cultural, historical or scientific significance. China has 53 UNESCO World Heritage Sites to its name, the 2nd ...
The Silk Road Cities of Gansu Province
Birthplace of the Qin Dynasty and economic hub of Imperial China, the Gansu Province is a charming region in China relatively untouched by commercial tourism.The ancient Silk Road cuts across ...
Gubeikou Great Wall
This section of the Great Wall is located in Miyun County of Beijing, about 120 kilometers outside of the city. The area has historically been a military base, strategically set ...
Jiayuguan Overhanging Great Wall
Linking the indomitable Jiayuguan Fortress to Heishan (Black Mountain) is the Jiayuguan Overhanging Great Wall, which was constructed under the orders of the Ming Dynasty emperor Jiajing in 1539 in ...
Jiankou Great Wall
Widely regarded as one of the wildest yet accessible sections of the Great Wall, Jiankou remains largely unrestored, revealing the turbulent history that was responsible for its creation and destruction. ...
Mutianyu Great Wall
First built during the Northern Qi dynasty, the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall was erected as a means of defending Beijing and the imperial tombs. As one of the ...
Simatai Great Wall
Strung along an ancient chokepoint linking Northeastern China and Beijing, the Simatai Great Wall guards access to Gubeikou, a strategic pass which was vital to the safety of the ancient ...
Jinshanling Great Wall
Jinshanling is a section of the Great Wall of China located in the mountainous area in Luanping County, 125 km northeast of Beijing. This section of the wall is connected ...
Han Dynasty Great Wall
The Han dynasty marked a return to relative stability during China’s formative years, and it was during this time that the Great Wall was most aggressively expanded across China’s ancient ...