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With Xian as the starting point in central China and stretching west ward all the way til the very north west point of China, and then stretch till Europe, the Silk Road pass through Shaanxi Province, Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, Gansu Province, Qinghai Province, Xinjiang Uyqur Autonomous Region. Within these provinces and autonomous regions the most visited cities are Xi’an, Lanzhou, Dunhuang, Jiayuguan, Urumqi, Turpan, and Kashgar.

Dunhuang Travel Guide

Dunhuang Travel Guide

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Duhuang is a county-level city that lies to the very northwest part of Gansu Province. Situated near the common boundary of Gansu, Qinghai and Xinjiang, the historical city Dunhuang is a renowned tourist destination, ...


Kashgar Travel Guide

Kashgar Travel Guide

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Kashgar is a special economic zone of national level in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region which borders the Taklamakan desert in the east, the Kunlun Range and Ali prefecture of Tibet Autonomous Region in the south. Ka...


Urumqi Travel Guide

Urumqi Travel Guide

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  Urumqi is the capital city of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in northwest China. It is also an important stop along the ancient Silk Road, leading to the Central Asia and even as far as Europe. As an inhabita...


Turpan Travel Guide

Turpan Travel Guide

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Turpan in Xianjiang Uygur Autonomous Region is an old city with a long history. The city’s name means ‘the lowest place’ in the Uygur language. Lying in the Turpan Basin, the elevation of most of the place...


Jiayuguan Travel Guide

Jiayuguan Travel Guide

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Jiayuguan is a moderate city of Gansu Province lies in the Gobi desert between Lanzhou and Dunhuang. The city was originally established in 1372 during the Ming Dynasty when a fortress was built to protect the last fr...


Lanzhou Travel Guide

Lanzhou Travel Guide

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    Lanzhou is the capital city of Gansu Province in northwest China with the Yellow River running through the city, ensuring rich crops of many juicy and fragrant fruits. The city used to be a key point on ...


Xi’an Travel Guide

Xi’an Travel Guide

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  Xi’an is one of the birthplaces of the ancient Chinese civilization in the Yellow River Basin area. The city records the great changes of the country just like a living history book. As one of the Four Gr...


Kuqa Travel Guide

Kuqa Travel Guide

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Kuqa County belongs to Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Kuqa was called Qiuzi Kingdom in ancient China. In the Han ans the Tang Dynasty, there were 36 recorded kingdoms in Xiyu Area (The territory to west side of Yum...


Xining Travel Guide

Xining Travel Guide

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Xining is the capital city of Qinghai Province which was also called Xipingjun County and Qingtang City in ancient China. The city is the largest city in Qinghai and also the largest city on Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. A...


Yinchuan Travel Guide

Yinchuan Travel Guide

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Yinchuan, the capital city of Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, is an old-line city beyond the Great Wall. In history, Yinchuan was the capital city if Xixia Kingdom. To west skirt of Yinchuan lies the mysterious royal m...


Wuwei Travel Guide

Wuwei Travel Guide

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Wuwei City of Gansu Province lies in east part of Hexi Corridor used to be the vital pass along ten ancient Silk Road route through which travelers from eastern China could travel to Xinjiang. Climate of Zhangye belon...


Zhangye Travel Guide

Zhangye Travel Guide

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Zhangye cities locating at the northwest of Gansu Province use to be one of the important stops along the ancient Silk Road and also the main arteries of Euro-Asia Continental Bridge. The long history, splendid cultur...


Beijing Travel Guide

Beijing Travel Guide

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Beijing in Huabei Plain is the capital city of People’s Republic of China. The City has been the capital city of China for about 850 years. So the city is left with numerous historical relics and sites. And as t...


Aksu Travel Guide

Aksu Travel Guide

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Aksu City locates at the west part of Xijiang Uygur Autonomous Region was an important trading port since the exploration of Silk Road route. The city lies in south side of Tianshan Mountain and was named after the ri...