Module: WF-0097

Xi’an: The Weight of Ten Dynasties

Xi’an is considered the cradle of Chinese civilization, where China’s first emperor defeated regional warlords and united the country in 221 BC. The walled city and its narrow streets hearken back to a time when Xi'an served as a bustling center of cultural, religious, and economic interactions between East and West at the eastern end of the ancient Silk Road trading route.

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