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Gansu Attractions

Leitai Tomb is a complex of tombs that built in late Eastern Han Dynasty, which was found in 1969 in Wuwei City in Gansu Province
Wuwei Confucian Temple is located southeast of downtown. It is a group of majestic style architecture built in the Ming Dynasty in 1439 AD.
Haicang Temple, 2 km northwest of Wuwei City, is an extant relative complete ancient architecture and a provincial key cultural relic protection unit.
Tiantishan Grottoes, also known as Dafo Temple, is one of the earliest grottoes in China with a history of over 1580 years.
The travel highlight in Zhangye City is its Danxia Landform Geopark, where the Railbow mountains with different colors is located
Zhangye Giant Buddha Temple was built in 1098 during the Western Xia Regime with a history of over 900 years.
Wooden Pagoda Temple, originally named Wanshou Temple, is located at Xianfu South Street in Zhangye City.
Mati Temple Grottoes is a important Buddha caves in China. The grottoes are consist of north temple, south temple, thousand Buddha caves, etc
Situated 180 kilometers in the northwest away from Dunhuang City, the Dunhuang Yadan National Geologic Park is the largest one of Yadan Landform found so far. The park stretches twenty-five kilometers from north to south and about two kilometers from east to west. It features the unique and wonderful scenes and landscapes of gobi desert. The most magnificent view...
Singing Sand Dune (Mingsha Hill) starts from Mogao Grottoes in the east. It is 40km from east to west, and 20 from south to north. Mingsha (whistling sands) Hill and Crescent Spring scenic spots are 7 kilometers away from downtown Dunhuang and cover a total area of around 200 square kilometers. The dune is with an elegant shape. When people slide down...
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