Qingyang is located in the far east of Gansu Province, where Shaanxi, Gansu, and Ningxia meet. It is located in a channel on the middle stretches of the Yellow River on the Loess Plateau. Qingyang City is one of the locations where Chinese agriculture developed, where the ancestor of the Zhou dynasty Bu Zhu initiated the beginnings of agriculture. The Zhouzuling (“Zhou Ancestor Tomb”) Forest Park comprises the Zhou Ancestral Culture Scenic Area (周祖文化景区) and the Agriculture Cultural Experience Park (农耕文化体验园). Qingyang is also the home of the Huanjiang Pterosaur, Yellow River Stegodon, and China’s first paleolithic excavation site.
Located in the southwestern side of Qingyang City, Gansu Province, the Northern Cave Temple contains hundreds of large and small caves and thousands of stone statues. It is one of the four major caves in Gansu Province. There are many caves from the Tang Dynasty in Northern Cave Temple. A representative one is the 32nd cave built in the Ruyi year of Wu Zetian. In the caves, there are different sized statues endowed with rich expressions and alluring gestures. They are renowned as supreme examples of fine art from the Tang Dynasty.
Qing Yang Chateau of Provence Lavender is located at Wangjia Stockade in Wenquan Village, Xifeng District of the city of Qingyang. Following the theme of aestheticism, romance and leisure, the chateau has brought cultural inspiration and modern agriculture in combination and enjoys a variety of herbs and flowers, including lavender, zinnia and garden cosmos, creating a brand new type of romantic recreational space. At this estate you can find a number of interesting spots, like the mimic of Dutch Windmill and Eiffel Tower. A sea of flowers, a paradise as romantic as Provence is right here all for you to enjoy.