Xian - City at the End of the Silk Road

Located in Shaanxi province, Xian is a city of architectural and culinary treasures. It is a meeting point of culture, a treasury of historic artifacts and a shopper's delight. From the iconic architecture of the Bell and Drum Towers, the labyrinth of market stalls in the Muslim quarter, and with a proximity to the Terracotta Warriors, there is plenty to see and explore in this amazing city.

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Xian City Walls and Gates . Xian has what is considered the most largest, most complete and best preserved city wall in China. Built over three periods in the 14th, 16th, and 18th centuries, it encloses 14 square kilometres and tourists often rent bicycles to ride or walk along its top perimeter.

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