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China Historic Projects
There are many famous historic projects left, and some of them belong in the list of World heritage sites and some under the key protection of nation. They are the essence of history and culture in China and collect more information about the past of humankind living in east world.
Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal
Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal is the earliest and longest canal in the world with the maximum project work. It starts from Beijing and finally to Hangzhou with a total distance of more than 1700 meters. Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal plays a great role in the development and exchange of economy and culture between southern China and northern China
Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal
China Great Wall
Chinese people are always proud of their Great wall. To some extent, it represents the spirit of Chinese people and history. In many exhibitions or conferences in China, participants can easily find its existence in pictures or painting hung on walls. It has been widely expressed in politics, culture-exchange, and artistic creation. It is the symbol of China.
The Construction History of the Great Wall, Great Wall of China History
The Great Wall of China
Mutianyu Great Wall
Juyongguan Great Wall
China Silk Road
Silk Road was opened by Zhang Qian of Han Dynasty. It starts from Xi’an via Gansu and Xinjiang to Middle Asia and west Asia and also connected the land route-ways of the countries around the Mediterranean Sea. Because among the products from the east to the west,
Silk Road in China - The First International Business and Cultural Road in the World
Dujiangyan Water Conservancy
The city of Chengdu has always been praised as the "Heavenly State". The reason is the Dujiangyan Irrigation Project . It was completed in the year of 256 BC and considered one of the oldest and largest non-dam irrigation projects in the world. The marvelous water conservancy work is located in the western part of Dujiangyan City near Chengdu.
Dujiangyan Irrigation Project of China
Guangxi Lingqu Canal
Built by Emperor Qin Shi Huang from218BC to 214BC, the over 2217-year-old Lingqu Canal is one of the most ancient canals on earth. Guo Moruo, one renowned contemporary literature master once exclaimed that it can rival the Great Wall. With genius design and layout, Lingqu Canal is honored as one of the Three Great Hydraulic Engineering Projects of the Qin Dynasty, just like Dujiangyan Irritation System in Sichuan and Zhengguo Cananl in Shangxi Province.
Trace the Footsteps of Emperor Qin Shuihuang along Lingqu Canal
Loulan Kingdom
The ancient city ruins of Loulanholds special appeal for explorers. Once a prosperous region, the Loulan Kingdom is now a holy land in Lop Nur archaeology.
Loulan Kingdom
Mawangdui Han Tombs
Mawangdui Han Tombs are a significant Chinese archaeological finding. Invaluable excavations from Changsha Mawangdui include an excellently prserved mummy, ultra-light fine silk gown, silk banners, a good deal of lacquer wares, and so on.
Mawangdui Han Tombs
Sanxingdui Ruins
Sichuan Sanxingdui culture is among the top Chinese archaeological finds. Its discovering upgraded people's knowledge about the source of Chinese culture and civilization.
Sanxingdui Ruins
Site of Xanadu
The Site of Xanadu (Shangdu,元上都)nestles in Shangdu Town, Jinlianchuan Grassland (Golden Lotus Grassland, 金莲川草原), Xilingol, Inner Mongolia. During the 13th to the 14th century, it was the first capital of Kublai Khan, the Summer Palace of Yuan Dynasty and the most splendid international metropolitan in the world.
The Site of Xanadu, Kublai Khan's Summer Palace
Terra-cotta Warriors
Political leaders, celebrities, and scholars who have visited the site of the Terra Cotta Warriors all considered it as a great archeological discovery in human history and worth one of the eight wonders in the world. The site is ranked high besides the Pyramids in Egypt and ancient sculptures in Greece; they are all the invaluable treasures of our world.
Terra-Cotta Warriors
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