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Culture Show

May 2012

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The performance showed China's history and heritage. They had so many costume changes. It was such an amazing show!

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Small-Group Tour: Terracotta Warriors, Dumpling Banquet and Tang Dynasty Show in Xi’an

some elements from Pit 2

May 2014

neu_jn
USA

the size and area this has taken up is amazing.

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Terracotta Warriors Essential Full Day Tour from Xi'an

One more for the road

January 2013

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Anonymous

Thanks for the fun times, Xi'an!

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Private Tour: Terracotta Warriors with Xi'an Airport Transfer

Family's home

January 2013

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The home of the host family

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Private Tour: Terracotta Warriors with Xi'an Airport Transfer

Huaqing Aegean

June 2012

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Pool at Huaqing Aegean

Huaqing Aegean

June 2012

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Indoor bath at the hot spring hotel

Huaqing

June 2012

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One of the pools at the resort

Huaqing

June 2012

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One of the pools at the spa

Hot Springs Resort

June 2012

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Wintertime

Banpo Museum

June 2012

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The original living remains of the Banpo village

Banpo Museum

June 2012

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Some production tools used in the past

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Full-Day Tour of the Terracotta Warriors and Banpo Neolithic Village from Xi'an

Banpo Village

June 2012

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Part of the old village that was excavated

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Full-Day Tour of the Terracotta Warriors and Banpo Neolithic Village from Xi'an

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