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The great mosque of XI’an was built in 742, according to records inside it, during the Tang dynasty. Islam came to China from Arab merchants and Muslim travelers who married ethnic Han women. The mosque is divided into courtyards and beautiful ...
The Xingjiao temple might be unfamiliar to foreign visitors but it is a historically important site. It features the Dagobas of Xuanzang and two smaller ones of his disciples. The site is an ancestral ground to the Ci’en sect, the founder to it ...
The drum tower of Xi’an was erected during the Ming Dynasty. The monument stands close to Bell tower and are sister buildings, part of the same site. The drums were used to signal time and to sound the alarm in emergencies. In modern times the ...
The Beilin Bowuguan is a museum also known as Stele forest museum. It was built in the 11th century to store stonework sculptures. The museum displays stone tablets and sculptures. The museum has not been built keep foreign guests in mind and thus ...
The Bell Tower of Xi’an along with the Drum Tower of Xi’an are referred to together as the ‘morning bell and dark drum’. They were built in the 14th century by the Ming dynasty. It is a symbol of the city and one of the most awe-inspiring ...
The Xi’an Museam is located southwest of the Jianfu temple. It is a large museum, that opened only recently to the public. The museum holds relics of the Zhou, Qin, Han and Tang dynasties. These artifacts reflect the technological prowess of the ...