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City Tour - Xi’an



          With total length of 3.6km, width of 100m and an area of 540mu on outer relics of ancient city wall of

          Tang Dynasty, the park serves as an open artistic gallery featuring Tang Dynasty cultures, provides

          residents and tourists with poets and artistic poem conceptions as exhibition themes and adopts

          calligraphy, sculpture and gardening landscape as expression approaches, thus enabling them to enjoy

          artistic atmosphere, appreciate culture and relax themselves.


          Renowned as the largest culture theme park in Northwest China, Tang Paradise covers an area of 1,000mu,

          of which water surface is 300mu with total investment RMB 1.3 billion Yuan. Situated in the north of

          original Furong Garden of Tang Dynasty, Tang Paradise serves as the first grand royal garden style

          culture theme park in China to comprehensively exhibit prosperous Tang Dynasty and includes lots of

          scenic spots, such as Ziyun Mansion, Shinv Pavilion, Yuyan Palace, Fanglin Garden, Fengming Jiutian

          Theater, Xingyuan Garden, Lu Yu Teahouse, Tang-style Market, Qujiang Liuyin Garden and so on.


          Covering an area of 1,500mu and restoring 700mu water system of Qujiang Pool of Han and Tang Dynasty,

          the park is renowned as the first grand landscape and garden type relics park integrating historical

          culture protection, ecological garden, landscape, amusement and tourism in northwest China and

          reproduces landscape and humanistic layouts of Qujiang District characterized by “overlapped green

          forest and matched verdant water. Designed by Ms. Zhang Jinqiu, a famous architect and member of

          Chinese Academy of Engineering, the park has re-created natural landscapes of Qujiang Pool through

          impressionistic style and built the unique landscape system featuring “overlapped green forest and

          verdant water” in virtue of mutual response of three sections and two zones


          Huaqing Hot Spring is reputed as one of the largest royal gardens of Tang Dynasty in Chinese history and

          built on relics of Tang Huaqing Palace. It enjoys high reputation both at home and abroad with the

          history of six thousand years and is listed as national key scenic spot and historical site protection

          area. Moreover, it is also called Huaqing Palace and situated in the east of Xi’an and north of Lishan

          Mountain and 30km far from Xi’an, a historically and culturally famous city. Since ancient times, the hot

          spring has been serving as a famous scenic spot to tour and bath. As the first batch of area as above,

          the hot spring was listed as the fourth batch of national key cultural relics protection units by State

          Council in 1997.


          In ancient times, Xi’an Epang Palace served as huge palace of Qin Dynasty, whose relics are located in

          Epang Village 15km far from west suburb of Xi’an. The palace has been listed as national key cultural

          relics protection unit and regarded as the most famous palace cluster in Chinese history. It features

          large scale, majesty and pomp. In 1994, UNESCO has topped the cluster of Epang Palace relics in terms of

          architecture scale and conservation integrality based on onsite investigations. Besides, the palace is

          one of world wonders and reputed as the top palace in the world.


          Big Wild Goose Pagoda is situated inside Cien Temple in the south suburb of Xi’an, Shaanxi Province

          and reputed as the famous national ancient architecture and symbol of ancient Xi’an. It was said that

          the pagoda was built for Buddhist scripture translation and conservation after Monk Xuanzang acquired

          Buddhist scriptures from India (ancient Hindoo) and returned ancient Xi’an. For it was built by referring

          to Indian wild goose pagoda, it was named wild goose pagoda and took a shape of square based on a

          foundation with line length of 45m and height of 5m. It has 7 floors. The bottom line is 25m long and the

          pagoda is 64m high in total. The pagoda body was built with bricks. Bricks were mutually furcated and

          jointed, thus ensuring firmness. Staircase is available in the pagoda to go upstairs circularly. Four sides

          of each floor four arch door opening to stare into space and overlook scenes of Chang’an. Four sides of

          the ground floor of the pagoda were configured with four stone doors, whose frames were sculpted with

          exquisite linear Buddha figures by Yan Liben, a famous painter of Tang Dynasty, as it was said.

          Two monuments of Introduction to the Sacred Teachings of Monk Tripitaka of the Great Tang Dynasty

          and Notes on the Introduction to the Sacred Teachings of Monk Tripitaka of the Great Tang Dynasty were

          written by Chu Suiliang, one of four famous calligraphers in early Tang Dynasty, and embedded into the

          brick shrine on both sides of the south entrance of the pagoda.


          Renowned as one of eight wonders of the world, the Emperor Qin’s Terra-cotta Warriors and Horses were

          part of the Emperor Qin’s Mausoleum. Museum of Emperor Qin’s Terra-Cotta Warriors and Horses were

          built based on burial pit of Emperor Qin. These warriors and horses were located 3km far from the east

          gate of Emperor Qin’s Mausoleum and featured vivid shapes and unique expressions. Chariot soldiers,

          infantries and cavalries have ranked into various battle arrays against intrusions. In case of enemy’s

          attack, they were just like an ordered, serious, vast and mighty troop of Qin Dynasty to guard Emperor

          Qin’s underground kingdom. The entire museum is characterized by grand scale, magnificence and

          majesty. Therefore, it has been listed as one of “Eight Wonders of the World

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