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Drum Tower

Drum Tower

4.3/59 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Xiangtangshan Grottoes

Xiangtangshan Grottoes

4.2/5207 Reviews
Grotto
The Xiangtangshan Grottoes, also known as Xiangtang Temple Grottoes, are located in the Fengfeng Mining District, southwest of Handan, Hebei. Among the largest grottoes in Hebei, they form a Buddhist grotto and are famous across China. The Xiangtangshan Grottoes are composed of the South Xiangtangshan Grottoes and the North Xiangtangshan Grottoes with a short distance between them. The royal family of the Northern Qi Dynasty directed the building of the North Xiangtangshan Grottoes. Located in north of the Fengfeng Mining District, the North Xiangtangshan Grottoes form a major scenic spot for tourists. The South Xiangtangshan Grottoes are located beside the urban area of the Fengfeng Mining District and official Gao Anagong from the Northern Qi Dynasty directed its construction. The South Xiangtangshan Grottoes are smaller and easier to visit because they do not require any climbing.
Hebei University of Engineering

Hebei University of Engineering

4.5/543 Reviews
School
Xuebu Bridge

Xuebu Bridge

4/599 Reviews
Bridge
Xuebu Bridge is located on Beiguan Street in Congtai District, Handan City. It was originally constructed using wood. During the Wanli period in Ming Dynasty, it was turned into a stone bridge with five openings. The bridge is about 32m in length and 9m in width. There are intricate and beautiful carvings on the fences and pillars illustrating historical stories and pictures of animals, such as lions and monkeys. At the center opening, there is a carving of a dragon head. Beside the bridge, there is a stone statue of Handan learning to walk.
Wahuang Palace

Wahuang Palace

4.6/5708 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Historical Site
Wahuang Palace is a compound of palaces and temples built to honor the Chinese goddess Nüwa. It was built into the side of a steep cliff during the Northern Qi dynasty (550-577). Most of the buildings that remain today were built in the Ming and Qing dynasties, although visitors can still see the remains of Northern Qi dynasty stone engravings and Buddhist grottoes. The palace complex covers a large area – visitors can explore the buildings at the bottom of the mountain before ascending the cliff to visit the hillside temples.
Sheli Pagoda

Sheli Pagoda

4.3/535 Reviews
Ancient Pagoda
Nanxiangtang Grottoes

Nanxiangtang Grottoes

5/52 Reviews
Grotto
Qingfenglou

Qingfenglou

4.3/580 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Zhaozhou Bridge

Zhaozhou Bridge

4.3/51,276 Reviews
Bridge
Historical Site
9:00-17:00 (Local time)
The Zhaozhou Bridge is a circular-arc-shaped stone bridge, located on the Xiao River in Zhao County, Hebei Province. It was built in the Sui Dynasty, between the years of 595 and 605 AD, by the famous architect Li Chun. It has a history of more than a thousand years. Today, the bridge still competely preserves the ancient single-hole open-shoulder stone arch. It has stood on the Xiao River across time and even floods.
Upper Dangmen

Upper Dangmen

4.4/5172 Reviews
Historical Architecture
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