No visit to China should be considered a complete without at least a stop in Xi'an. Xi'an had long been the capital of ancient China. The emperor Qin Shihuang went on to establish the first imperial capital of China in Chang'an (present-day Xi'an). Located at the eastern end of the Silk Road, Xi'an is home to some of the most spectacular sights in China, including the UNESCO-listed mausoleum of Emperor Shihuang with its thousands of life-sized terracotta warriors and horses. Xi'an's excellent museum is one of the best in China, with Tang Dynasty pottery figurines and other relics. The Muslim Quarter, the Great Mosque, and the spectacular City Walls are all great historical sites. The lesser-known Terracotta Army of Hanyangling, or nicknamed "nude figures of warriors" is in the mausoleum of the Western Han Emperor Liu Qi and his wife, the Empress Wangi, located 22 kilometers from both Xianyang airport and Xi'an.
The Victoria Gardens D4, Chaoyang Park West Road, Chaoyang, across the street of No. 8 Hotspring on Chaoyang Park West Road, opposite the Golf Apartment
北京市朝阳区朝阳公园西路，维多利亚花园D4 - 致承中国文化中心, 朝阳公园路八号温泉对面路口向西200米，路北
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