More than 6,000 life-size Terracotta Warriors stand guard after thousands of years outside the history-rich ancient capital. Within the ancient city walls that encircle the heart of Xi'an, the city's Muslim quarter offers up some of the favorite cuisine of old China hands.
The Xi'an Terracotta Warriors are undoubtedly one of China's most famous and popular tourist attractions. Made over ... >>
This popular Xi'an attraction is a chance to learn about what is sometimes called the birthplace of the ancient Chinese ... >>
This museum is the perfect site to see if you're interested in looking at ancient cultural artifacts and tools, such as ... >>
Big Wild Goose Pagoda was initially built in 652 AD. by Emperor Gaozong to protect Buddhist sutras and figurines ... >>
The most complete city wall in China, the Xi'an City Wall runs for 12 km (8 mi). It once protected the heart of the old ... >>
The Tang Dynasty is heralded by Sinologists as the most glorious of all the Chinese dynasties, and it was during this ... >>