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Potala Palace features the symbolic architecture of Tibet. The giant palace features many towers, houses and chapels. Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple and Norbulingka are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Situated to the side of Red Hill and the Lhasa River, the Potala Palace is the highest palace in the world, residing at an astounding 12,139 feet....
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The heart of the Middle Kingdom of China, this palace was originally constructed during the early Ming Dynasty and is among the best preserved imperial palaces in China. It is also the world’s largest ancient palatial structure. Housing thousands of rooms for 14 emperors, the Forbidden City is an important historical monument in China. It...
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One of China’s most recognizable symbols of construction is the Great Wall. This massive wall consists of several walls and fortifications, some of which run parallel to each other. Emperor Qin Shi Huang initially conceived the wall in the third century B.C. He ordered the wall to be built to help prevent barbarian nomads from...
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Until 1974, one of China’s most significant archaeological discoveries lay hidden for two millennia. As archaeologists worked to unearth these historical relics, they found not one warrior, but an entire army consisting of thousands of clay soldiers. Even more miraculous is that each soldier is unique, having his own facial expressions while positioned according to...
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If you’re looking for excitement and adventure, you’ve come to the right place. Earlier this month we featured our Western China Orient Express Train Tour. This coveted trip has very limited availability so we encourage you to book early so you can experience the trip of a lifetime! On the second part of this trip,...
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If you’ve always dreamed of visiting the Orient, ChinaTour.com has an exclusive 10-day adventure that will propel you deep into the historical heart of China. Take a bullet train and explore the vast land of China in 10 days. Not only will this be the trip of a lifetime, but you’ll see the historic sites...
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The Shandong Province is full of history, adventure and modern-day excitement. Located in the eastern part of China, this province extends south to the Yellow River. It also overlooks the Korean Peninsula and the vast Japan Archipelago across the sea. This area is home to more than 90 million people and encompasses 60,235 square miles....
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The Silk Road is an ancient network of trade routes that were developed during the Han Dynasty. This route linked trade in Asia, Europe and Africa. While a broad selection of merchandise traversed the Silk Road, the name is derived from Rome and the Western World’s fascination with Chinese silk. Gunpowder and paper, both invented...
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There is no doubt about it. China is one of the most ancient cultures and thus features some of the world’s oldest and most historic sites. If you’re looking to visit China, you won’t want to miss these top 10 attractions. The Great Wall – At more than 3,100 miles long, the Great Wall is...
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World Heritage Sites are cultural or natural sites that are honored for bringing universal value to our world. To be deemed a World Heritage Site, a landmark must have special importance and represent a unique cultural or natural heritage. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) strives to protect and preserve these sites...
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