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Gansu--A Jewel on the Silk Road

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Besides Chines mother river-Yellow River, Gansu also boasts a period of the world-famous Silk Road.
1.Tianshui
Tianshui, a poetic name, it is a city of numerous honourable reputation, and it is also the first stop of Silk Road in Gansu Province.
When entering into Fuxi Temple, the rosy clouds of dawn and the lightening candles reminded me that it was the birthplace of Chinese civilization.


2.Wuwei
It is not a famous tourist city, while it is the birthplace of China's tourism logo "Galloping Horse Treading on a Flying Swallow".
Santaoche is peculiar local snack in Wuwei, Santaoche namely a cup of tea, a plate of meat and a bowl of noodles, making me taste the feeling of the thousand year long Silk Road.


3.Zhangye
Zhangye is another key stronghold in Silk Road, though with thousand year's passing by, large Buddhist temple and the wooden tower still stand there, telling people the passing history.


4.Jiayuguan
It is a city known for its impregnable pass, and it is born for the Great Wall.


5.Dunhuang
As a landmark of the culture and history of Silk Road, it is still highly recommended by tourist handbook.
Getting out of Dunhuang, I am on the way to the next Wonder Way.

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