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GuYuan - NingXia

Source: ChinaTravelGood   Author: Jenna  Date: 08-03 2008  More Attractions
Code: 0954

Postal Code: 756000

position: in the eastern part of northwest China, southern Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, East, South, West and three adjacent Gansu Province, north of the autonomous region with Zhongwei, Tongxin County border.

Area: 16,783 square km

Population: 1.9 million

administrative divisions: exempted Yuanzhou Qu, Xiji County, Haiyuan County, Long Dexian, Jingyuan Xian, five counties in Pengyang County district

Guyuan area in southern Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, East and West South Gansu and three adjacent to the northern part of the region and Zhongwei, concentric counties bordering with a total area of 16,783 square kilometers, the jurisdiction of Guyuan, Haiyuan, Xiji, Lund, Pengyang, Jingyuan Xian, the total population of 1868500 people, including the Hui Accounted for 47.6 percent, is mainly located one of the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region.

Guyuan County has a long history and ancient Silk Road, North Road, go through the eastern section of land. Therefore, Shi Chen Guyuan "According to Shao of the eight families back, three of the town", there have been seven in the building, located in this county, is the stronghold of successive military strategists to use force against the fortress, but also the northern nomadic culture and the Central Plains farming with the Ministry of Culture . Guyuan Museum collection of 10,000 relics, the Northern Wei Dynasty tomb unearthed in the coffin of domestic rare painting, Northern Zhou tombs excavated Persian gilt silver teapots in the world only.

Guyuan

Although Douzhuanxingyi, by events, but the ancient Silk Road history Ming-chi, the legendary story; Qin Zhuang trace the Great Wall winding Baili, Treasures in Utah. Founded in the Northern Dynasties, flourished in the Tang Dynasty Xumishan Grottoes large-scale, beautiful statues, is well-known one of the 10 caves, is also famous Buddhist shrines, as the "Dunhuang in Ningxia." Liupan Mountain is a strategic location, but also a summer resort in Sheng. October 1935, Mao Zedong#39;s Red Army#39;s long march through the central rate of Liupan Mountain, wrote the magnificent "Qing Pingle. Liupan Mountain", in September 1961 also personally wrote a Zheshou Ci, calligraphy Longfeifengwu, Cangjin strong, one must堪称, The monument now stands in the words of the monk Liupanshan street resurfacing. Liupan Mountain is also the famous "six birds Road", "Panshan Hiu Tsui," "The U.S. high Cangsong" scenery.

Liupan Mountain tourist area known as Long Hill, is located in southern Ningxia, located in Xi#39;an, Yinchuan, Lanzhou, the capital of the three cities of the triangle formed by the Centre. The main peak in Guyuan of Ningxia, two counties in Lund, altitude 2,928 meters. Mountain roughly north-south, about 240 kilometers, is the Loess Plateau in northern Shaanxi and the Loess Plateau in Longxi Jieshan, Jinghe and Weihe River and the watershed, the twists and turns dangerous. Ancient Pandao only 6-of the Peak, Gu Ming. Hill, the South East weeping old Longtan Shengji, one of the source of water for Jing.

Guyuan

source of tourist areas Jing Jing River originate in the heart of horse tail Liupanshan Leung, Hong Tae its water potential, Tuantuan Rapids, in Liupan Mountain is the largest in the vein of a river. To clear the Jinghe River, the racing current Trinidad and turbidity of the Weihe River, can still see it clear the half, "泾渭分明", "Wei Jing-Cloud," saying the resulting health. Liupan Mountain created a Jinghe River, the Jinghe River in Liupan Mountain Evolved birthplace of the Jinghe River, stretching several hundred within the scope of Mau Lam Xiuzhu, a lush, flowers Zhengyan, Niaoque computer computer, the nature reserve was listed as countries.

Xumishan Grottoes alias yen Temple Grottoes, is located in Guyuan County, northwest Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region 30 kilometers south of Xumishan. Xumishan is composed of red sandstone mountains, majestic mountains and spectacular, the existing more than 20 caves preserve more complete. Remains of the Xumishan Grottoes Grottoes, reflecting China#39;s medium-term from the Northern Dynasties to the Sui and Tang dynasties since the Buddhist stone art, is the Silk Road northbound lane of precious cultural relics, is the integration of economic and cultural exchanges between Chinese and foreign historical evidence.