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Hey, anyone on the road to Dunhuang/north-west?
Posted January 25th, 2013 - 3:49 am by from Olomouc, Czech Republic (Permalink)
Hi folks:-)

Is there anyone also on the road? I´m heading to Dunhuang, to see the caves, Great Wall, enjoy snow, will be there on Sunday morning:-)

In case, let me know, my number is 13708481934.

Alenka

Posted January 25th, 2013 - 10:26 am by from Beijing, China (Permalink)
Dunhuang is a county-level city under the jurisdiction of Jiuquan city in Gansu province of China, the national famous historical and cultural city. Dunhuang is located in the ancient Chinese to western regions, Central Asia and Europe traffic -- the Silk Road, once had a thriving trade activities. "Dunhuang grotto ", " Dunhuang fresco " known to the world, is home to the world heritage Mogao Grottoes and the Great Wall Yumen Pass, Yang Guan Han

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Posted January 25th, 2013 - 10:26 am by from Beijing, China (Permalink)

beatifull place http://lvyou.baidu.com/notes/view/f41a355369e98d1fe234cfc6

Posted January 25th, 2013 - 10:27 am by from Beijing, China (Permalink)
Mogao Grottoes ( Dunhuang Caves ) commonly known as the thousand Buddha Caves, known as the twentieth Century the most valuable cultural discovery, is located in the western end of Hexi Corridor, Dunhuang, is famous for its exquisite murals and statues. It was built in sixteen countries qianqin period, after sixteen countries, the Northern Dynasties, Sui, Tang, Five Dynasties, Western Xia, Yuan Dynasties such as the construction, forming a huge scale, the existing 735 caves, murals of 45000 square meters, muddy Caisu 2415, is the most abundant largest, the world Buddhist art the Holy land. The discovery in the cave, there are more than 5 pieces of ancient cultural relics, resulting in devoted to the study of classics and cangjing Dong Dunhuang arts disciplines -- Dunhuang. In 1961, was announced as the first batch of national key cultural relics protection units. In 1987, was listed as world cultural heritage