Xinjiang Attractions Guide
Xinjiang is the largest province in China which is about 1.6million square kilometers, endowed with numerous historical sites and picturesque landscape as well as the colorful folklore customs.
Apak Hoja Mazzar, is called fragrant princess tomb too. It among the about 5 kilometers northeast of Keshen village, this one Islam holy mausoleum of descendants, around being established in A.D. 1640, it is said that buried five generations with the ...
The Id Kah Mosque, a magnificent Islamic building at the center of Kashgar City, has a history of more than 500 years. The mosque, 140 meters long from south to north and 120 meters wide from east to west, covers an area of 16,800 square meters and co...
Situated in Huicheng Township, about 2 kilometers to the south of Hami city, the mausoleum was built in 1840, and the Uighurian kings Hami during the Qing Dynasty and their royal members were buried here. The most prominent tomb in the mausoleum is that o...
Locatedin Mura Village 2 kilometers to the east of the city of Turfa , the Emin Tower was built in the 41st year of the Qianlong period of the Qing Dynasty and is the biggest existing ancient tower in Xinjiang. It is an embodiment of the ancient architect...
Located at Yonghezheng lane of Hepin Road, South Gate of Urumqi, the mosque was built with the donation of the Muslims from Shaanxi Province in 32rd year of the Emperor Guangxu reign of Qing Dynasty (1906). The Mosque is a quadrangle dewelling facing east...
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