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Tibet Travel in Winter
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Tibet Travel in Winter

As one of the fantastic travel destinations along the silk road, some say you should pay a visit to southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region for at least once in a lifetime. The place charms numerous tourists with its mesmerizing scenery, enigmatic culture, and exotic charms. Lhasa, the capital city of Tibet Autonomous Region.The Potala Palace is one of the most sacred destinations on earth which ...

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Tibet Travel in Winter
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Tibet Travel in Winter

As one of the fantastic travel destinations along the silk road, some say you should pay a visit to southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region for at least once in a lifetime. The place charms numerous tourists with its mesmerizing scenery, enigmatic culture, and exotic charms. Lhasa, the capital city of Tibet Autonomous Region.The Potala Palace is one of the most sacred destinations on earth which ...

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Belt and Road Initiative and Maritime Silk Road
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Belt and Road Initiative and Maritime Silk Road

The ancient Silk Road actually does not refer to one single road, but rather to a road network that threaded across eastern, central and western Asia to the Mediterranean. Just like the modern-day Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-century Maritime Silk Road, there were two general paths: By land and by sea....

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The Most Beautiful Places along the Silk Road
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The Most Beautiful Places along the Silk Road

The Most Beautiful Places along the Silk Road. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Longmen Grottoes represent the high point of Chinese stone carving.And Yungang Grottoes, will also blow your mind....

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Grottoes along the Silk Road
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Grottoes along the Silk Road

There are many grottoes along the silk road. Like Longmen Grottoes,Yungang Grottoes,Mogao Grottoes,and Kizil Grottoes....

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Hukou Waterfall: The Best View in the off-season
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Hukou Waterfall: The Best View in the off-season

Hukou Waterfall: The Best View in the off-season.It's the second largest waterfalls in China, andalso known as the largest yellow waterfalls in the world. ...

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Why did people travel on the Silk Road
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Why did people travel on the Silk Road

Why did people travel on the Silk Road? Visiting China along the silk road should be among the ticked places on your to-do list. China is an adventurer’s wonderland. Forget the Great Wall, enter deep into the hinterlands. Visitors would be marvelled at the sheer number of grottoes and scenery in China. ...

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What was travel like on the Silk Road
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What was travel like on the Silk Road

With its origins in the Han dynasty, the silk road was a series of trade routes that extended from China, across Central Asia, to as far as Europe. Historically, the Silk Road was a key link between China and the West. Stretching from Chang'an (Xi'an) to Dunhuang, through Xinjiang into Europe. Most caravans only travelled a fraction of the routes; goods passed through a chain of middlemen from Chin...

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