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Huayang Ancient Town

Huayang Ancient Town

4.2/5336 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
8:30-17:30 (Local time)
The history of Huayang Ancient Town dates back to the Warring States Period (475–221 BCE). It was an important military and economic hub. The old town has over 300 well-preserved Ming and Qing dynasty buildings, including official residences, guest houses, and pawnshops. Visitors can also see the ruins of the old city wall as well as a tower and theater that date from the Song and Yuan dynasties. It is one of only a few mountainside towns with a rich history.
Baijiang Temple

Baijiang Temple

3.8/5148 Reviews
Historical Site
Baijiang Temple, also known as Baijiang Terrace, consists of two soil platforms on both the south and the north sides of Nanhuan Mid Road. Legend has it that Baijiang Temple was built when Liu Bang appointed Hanxin as the general of Han, and held an appointment ceremony. It showed that Liu Bang cherished talents. Thanks to this Baijiang Temple, the military talent, Han Xin took part in the war between Chu and Han, and fully indicated his talent, and assisted Liu Bang to win his reign. To some extent, Baijiang Temple is the foundation for the Han Dynasty.
Guchengqiang Relic Site

Guchengqiang Relic Site

4.5/528 Reviews
Historical Site
Cai Lun's Tomb

Cai Lun's Tomb

4.4/526 Reviews
Cemetery
8:00-18:00 (Local time)
Wuhou Tomb

Wuhou Tomb

4.5/5295 Reviews
Cemetery
Located at the foot of Dingjun Mountain, Wuhou Tomb is the tomb of Zhuge Liang, the prime minister of the Shu Kingdom in the Three Kingdoms period. The tomb is surrounded by brick walls, with a small pavilion in front of it, and a stone tablet stands in the pavilion carved with the words "The Tomb of Marquis Zhuge Liang." Inside the court, there are numerous poems that eulogizing Zhuge Liang from past dynasties, as well as renovated temples and stone tablets carved with verses. In the court, people can see a Zhuge Liang statue sitting upright, with Guan Xing and Zhang Bao on both sides, who were believed to be the descendants of Guan Yu and Zhang Fei.
ziwudao

ziwudao

4.8/514 Reviews
Historical Site
Micang Mountain Ancient Plank Road

Micang Mountain Ancient Plank Road

4.5/521 Reviews
Ancient Trail
The Micang Mountain Ancient Plank Road starts in the north from Shaanxi Hanzhong and runs south to Bazhou, crossing the Qinba Mountain Area. In ancient times this was known as Daxing Road or Baling Road. There are relatively few tourists here, with good scenery along the way. Visitors that prefer peace and quiet could choose this route. The Micang Mountain Ancient Plank Road has been prosperous since the Shang Dynasty. It used to be a key artery for military activity and commercial transport. There are numerous strongholds along the way, and many towns. It's a good place to get a sense of history.
Zhuge Ancient Town

Zhuge Ancient Town

4.1/553 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Zhuge Ancient Town is based around Zhuge Liang's Eight Diagrams layout concept, with a water street and a dry street as the main street, symbolizing the Yin and Yang of the Eight Diagrams. It has a strong culture dating from the Three Kingdoms Period. There is plenty of entertainment, such as historical sites, live performances and folk catering. It consists of six sections, including Wuhou Temple, Ma Chao Tomb and the live performance "Memorial on Sending Out the Troops."
Houliuzhen

Houliuzhen

4.5/524 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
Open all day (Local time)
Zhouzhi Old Country

Zhouzhi Old Country

4.1/518 Reviews
Historical Site
Rural Area
7:00-22:00 (Local time)
Zhouzhi Old County is a village far away from Xi'an. It is hidden in the Qinling Mountains, surrounded by mountains, surrounded by lush virgin forests, where the Heihe Forest Park is located. It is also the location of the film "Walking the Beggar". Built in Qingdaoguang for five years, the county still retains many relics of the Qing Dynasty, such as the building sites of the Dajian Buddhist Temple, the Chenghuang Temple and the Confucian Temple, as well as the casino inns left over from the Qing Dynasty. There are also many stone tablets and stone inscriptions in the Qing Dynasty.