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Xingqing Palace Park
In the east of Xi'an, the Xingqing Palace Park opposite Jiaotong University is well known among the people of Xi'an. During the Tang Dynasty, Xingging Palace was one of the three major palaces of Chang'an, along with the Taiji Palace and Daming Palace. Today's Xingqing Palace Park was built on the site of the original Xingqing Palace. There are tall buildings such as Longtang, Changqingxuan, Shenxiang Pavilion, Huayuan Xianghui Building and Qinzheng Office. It is surrounded by Longchi, clean and beautiful. I remember when I was a child, I lived nearby. The most popular place to visit is Xingqing Park. For decades, there seems to be no major change here. It stands quietly in the corner of Chang'an City.
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Fortifications of Xi'an
Xi'an City Wall, also known as Xi'an Ming City Wall, is the largest and most preserved ancient city in China. There are four main gates of Xi'an City Wall: Changle Gate (East Gate), Yongning Gate (South Gate), Anding Gate (West Gate), and Anyuan Gate (North Gate). These four gates are also the original gates of the ancient city. Since the beginning of the Republic of China, a number of city gates have been newly opened for the convenience of access to the ancient city. So far, there are 18 gates in Xi'an City Wall. In order to preserve the beauty of China, Xi'an City Wall Scenic Spot specially launched the "Tangfeng Hanyun·Huafu Courtesy" Xi'an City Wall Huafu Cultural Season. During this period, citizens and tourists wearing Chinese clothes visit the scenic spots and can apply for the free admission experience with the resident ID card (or relevant identification) at each gate of Xi'an City Wall.
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Huaqing Pool
The reason why the hot springs of Huaqing Palace attracted the emperors of the past is because Lushan is a dormant volcano, and the water flowing through it is heated to a constant temperature of 43 degrees. The hot spring water here is rich in minerals. At present, the "Lotus Soup" and "Haiyan Soup" used by Emperor Xuanzong and Yang Guifei, and the "Xingchen Soup" used by Tang Taizong and the five royal Tangchi sites such as "Taizi Tang" and "Shangshitang" are cleaned up.
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Tang Dynasty Furong Garden
Datang Furong Garden is located in the Qujiang Development Zone in the south of Xi'an City, on the southeast side of the Big Wild Goose Pagoda. It was rebuilt in the north of the original Tang Dynasty Furong Garden ruins, and modelled after the royal garden style of the Tang Dynasty. This large royal garden-style cultural theme park is the first comprehensive showcase of the Tang Dynasty in China. There are many antique buildings such as Ziyun Building, Ladies' House, Royal Banquet Palace, Xingyuan Garden, Fanglin Garden, Fengming Jiutian Theater and Tang City. These scenic spots are mainly built on Furong Lake and are distributed around Furong Lake. Ziyun Building is the centre of the entire attraction. It is the largest imitation of the Tang Dynasty royal buildings in China.
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Emperor Qinshihuang's Mausoleum Site Museum
Terracotta Warriors is a category of ancient tomb sculptures. In ancient times, human beings were practiced. The slaves were the attachments of the slave masters. After the slave owners died, the slaves were to be buried as slaves. The terracotta warriors and horses are made into funerary objects in the shape of soldiers and horses (chariots, horses, soldiers). In 1987, the Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors and Horses were approved by UNESCO to be included in the World Heritage List, and was hailed as the "eighth wonder of the world" as a golden business card of ancient Chinese splendid civilization. One of the rare treasures of the world's top ten ancient tombs. The Terracotta Warriors and Horses of the First Emperor of Qin Shihuang sat west to the east, and the three pits were arranged in a shape of a character. The first to be discovered was the No. 1 crater, which was rectangular in shape. There were more than 8,000 terracotta warriors and horses in the pit and sloped doorways on all sides. On the left and right sides of the No. 1 crater, there is a terracotta crater, called the No. 2 pit and the No. 3 pit. The terracotta crater is an underground tunnel-style civil structure, that is, a large pit about 5 meters deep is dug from the ground, and a parallel soil partition wall is built in the middle of the pit. The wooden pillars are arranged on both sides of the wall, the crossbars are placed on the pillars, and the slats are densely covered on the crossbars and the soil partition walls. The sheds are covered with a layer of banquets, and then the loess is covered to form the top of the pit. The top of the pit is higher than the surface at that time. Meter. The bottom of the crater is covered with blue bricks. The height of the space from the top of the pit to the bottom of the pit is 3.2 meters. After the pottery and pottery horses were put into the crater, the doorways around them were blocked with standing timber, and the doorway was filled with bauxite, thus forming a closed underground building. Transportation: From the east side of Xi'an Railway Station, take the 5 (306) Road tourist bus to reach the big bus, the fare is 7 yuan
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Emperor Qinshihuang's Mausoleum Site Museum
Qin Shihuang Terracotta Warriors and Horses, referred to as Qin Terracotta Warriors or Horses, is located in the Terracotta Warriors and Horses, 1.5 km east of the Qin Shihuang Mausoleum in Lintong District, Xi'an City, Shaanxi Province. Terracotta Warriors are a category of ancient tomb sculptures. In ancient times, human beings were practiced. The slaves were the attachments of the slave masters. After the slave owners died, the slaves were to be buried as slaves. The terracotta warriors and horses use clay to make funerary objects in the shape of soldiers and horses (chariots, horses, soldiers). In 1987, the Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors and Horses were approved by the UNESCO for inclusion in the World Heritage List and were hailed as "the eighth wonder of the world". More than 200 national leaders have visited and become a golden business card of ancient Chinese civilization. Qin Dynasty unified the six countries after the implementation of the national conscription system, the source of troops from all parts of the country, this is probably the main reason for differences in face, expression and age. Craftsmen used realistic art techniques to make them very realistic. In this huge group of Qin dynasty, there are many obviously different individuals, making the whole group more active, real and full of life. The shaping of terracotta warriors and horses is basically based on real life, and the techniques are delicate and bright. Each pottery's costumes and looks are different. There are many kinds of hair styles, and the gestures are different. The facial expressions are different. From their costumes, expressions and gestures, it can be judged whether they are officers or soldiers, whether they are infantry or cavalry. In general, all the Qin dynasty faces reveal the unique majesty and calmness of the Qin people, with distinct personality and strong characteristics of the times.
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