Culture Attractions of China States


China is one of the four civilizations in the world and has a history of 5,000 years or so. There remain a lot of culture heritage such as The Great Wall, Forbidden City and Summer Palace. In addition, there are also many culture spots in other cities. If you like china travel china travel [/url]and want to travel to Beijing or Travel to XiÂ’an [url=’an]Travel to XiÂ’an
or other places in order to experience the culture of China, you can visit these famous culture spots first.

  1. Forbidden City
    The Forbidden City is located in the center of Beijing and it is the imperial Palace of Ming and Qing Dynasty. And 24 emperors had lived there. Afterwards, it became the Palace Museum and it was regarded as one of the five world palaces owning to its unique architectures. The length from south to north is 961 meters and from east to west is 753 meters. The area of The Forbidden City is 725,000 square meters and it includes 9999.5 rooms. When you see the complete ancient buildings, you will feel the solemn of the imperial family.

  2. The Grate Wall

The Great Wall is a miracle created by Chinese working people and it witnessed ChinaÂ’s history. It regarded as the symbol of China together with TianÂ’anmen and Terra Cotta Warriors. Its total length is 8851.8 km that began with Hushan of Liaoning Province and end in Jiayuguan of Gansu Province. And it passes through 10 Provinces. Generally speaking, Badaling is the famous section of The Great Wall in Beijing. If you visit The Great Wall, you can set out from it. There is a place called Haohanpo which is a cliff stretching out, from where you can enjoy the beautiful scenery.

  1. Terracotta Warriors and Horses
    Terracotta Warriors and Horses is one of the worldÂ’s eight miracles.
    It is a part of Qin Shi Huang Mausoleum. Terracotta Warriors and Horses
    Museum is built on the based of Qin Shi Huang Mausoleum. Terracotta Warriors were modeled realistic and no one was identical. Horses of the chariots, step tennis Qin Shi Huang Terracotta Warriors fitted to all kinds of battle cavalry just like a neat majestic and mighty Qin army.
    Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum is magnificent in the entire scale. From the scenic you can image the real situation of the army and you can experience the ancient history culture.

  2. The Mogao Grottoes in Dunhang

Also called Caves of a Thousand Buddha, the Mogao Grottoes are hewn in the steen cliffs of Mingsha Mountain of Dunhuang city, Gansu Province. The largest and richest Buddhist treasure trove in the world the Maogao Grottoes have been in use for the longest time. The Mogao Grottoes or carves of One Thousand Buddha are one of the three famous sites of grottoes in China. The other two are Yungang Grottoes in Datong, and Longmen Grottoes in Luoyang.
The murals in the grottoes display Buddha, tales of sutras, and human figures which reflect the cultural characteristics of the society during which the caves were hewn. They are valuable foe they exhibit the composition and layout of paintings and sculptures through the dynasties, their figure delineation, line drawing, sketching and coloring, their heritage and transformation and their amalgamation with Western art. The painted statuses vary in size, the largest being 33-meter-high status of stone-bodied clay Maitreya Buddha and the smallest a mere 10 centimeters in height. Even more remarkable are those done in the Wei and Tang dynasties.

These are the famous culture sites in China. If you want to get more information you can contact China ToursChina Tours
. Wish you have a good time in China.