Xi’an is the most popular tourist place in China after Beijing and literally means peace in the west. It was historically known as Chang An Any Eternal Peace, an ancient capital of some of the most important breeds in Chinese history such as Chuchin, Han, Sui and Tang, China, its people and its culture are different from Western culture and dominate Beijing and Shanghai, but they are completely hidden in Chechnya to be a Chinese heart and tribe. Xishan is located between the Jin Wei River and the Chengshan River.
Army of Terracotta Warriors and Horses
Army of Terracotta Warriors and Horses is the main reason that Xi’an is a tourist attraction. It is 50 km away from Xi’an City. It was discovered by some local farmers in 1974 to become the most attractive teacher in Xi’an. The whole army is located in a museum of giant digging up to 3 It is also mud, has been narrated many myths and appeared in many of the famous films like Mummy Return.
Qin ShiHuang Mausoleum
Ying Ching ascended the throne in 246 BC at the age of 13, united a group of warring kingdoms and received the title of Ken Shi Huang De – the first emperor of the Ken.During his rule, Kane unified coins, weights and units of measurement, linking states by establishing roads and canals, and credited with building the Great Wall for the first time.
According to the writings of Siam Kayan, historian of the royal court during the Han Dynasty, which followed the Ken Dynasty rule, which ordered the shrine to be erected shortly after the throne, more than 700,000 workers took part in the project, which was suspended in 209 BC in the wake of uprisings after Year of the death of Ken.
City Wall of Xi’an
City Wall of Xi’an is one of the most important tourist attractions and place to visit in Xi’an, the most complete wall that has survived in China with the largest military defense systems, the oldest in the world on divorce. It was originally built in the Tang Dynasty (618-907) and was renovated in the Ming Dynasty (1368) 1644). It is 12 meters high and 12-14 meters long and 14 meters high. It is also famous for its great port, which tourists are meant to walk above and see all the city’s landmarks.
Big (Wild) Goose Pagoda
Big (Wild) Goose Pagoda is one of the oldest buildings in China. It is a 5-storey brick structure built between 701-70004 under the Empress and Watsa Tian. It was destroyed in World War II after it was 7 floors to become only 5, one of the most famous in Xi’an.
Great Mosque of Xi’an
The Grand Mosque is located in the Islamic quarter of Xi’an, attracts many tourists and is surrounded by booths and outlets selling everything from Islamic and Chinese souvenirs. It is one of the most beautiful, important and tourist visited mosques in China, and unlike all of them, it has a purely Chinese style except for some Arabic writings and adornments.
It is one of the nicest and most beautiful gardens in Xi’an and a quiet romantic place that tells the love story of Emperor Xuanj of the Tang Dynasty and is located close to the Mud Army Museum and the Hall of Horses.
Bell Tower and Drums
Bell Tower and Drums Is one of the most prominent features of the Chinese history of the Ming Dynasty and they built in each city a tower with a bell at dawn and at sunset and is located in the city center and links the four routes from the east to the west and north to south, and from the top of the tower the visitor enjoys a panoramic view of the city, A bird of the Islamic neighborhood of Xi’an city.
Museum of History
If you are a fan of Chinese history, this museum is your main tourist destination and is one of the top 4 museums in China. It is located northwest of the Wild Goose Pagoda. It has an elegant and varied Tang Dynasty architecture spanning 70,000 square meters. It depicts the development of Chinese civilization over successive families.