Being one of the oldest and historically significant cities, Xi’an is Located at the heart of Guanzhong Plain in North-western China and it is the capital city of Shaanxi Province.
The Terracotta Warriors Museum
Located in the eastern region of the Lintong City in Xi’an, lies a unique Museum which is home statures of over 8000 terracotta warriors, horses and more than 10000 weapons made out of Bronze. The museum has been made a UNESCO world heritage site and visiting this here will certainly be an experience worth your while.
Big Wild Goose Pagoda
Like many other famous buildings located around the world, the Big Wild Goose Pagoda is a symbolic building and a national icon that reflects the vibrant history of ancient China.
Shaanxi History Museum
Located at the centre of the city amidst hotels and serviced apartments in Xian, The Shaanxi history museum is one of the easily accessible attractions in the city. The museum is home to a number of artefacts and exhibits that describe the colourful history of China, One of the accommodation options located close to the museum is the Citadines Xingqing Palace Xian you can plan your night stay here after a tiring day of exploration at the museum.
The City Wall
The Xi’an city wall was built during the Ming Dynasty, more than 600 years ago to protect the city from invasions and other threats.
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