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* '''Mount Sumeru Grottoes''' - during the Northern Wei, Sui, Tang, Song and Ming dynasties, more than 130 grottoes were tunneled into the eastern side of Sumeru Shan. Filled with Buddhist sculptures and almost 1400 years old
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* '''Xumi Shan Grottoes''' - during the Northern Wei, Sui, Tang, Song and Ming dynasties, more than 130 grottoes were tunneled into the eastern side of Sumeru Shan. Filled with Buddhist sculptures and almost 1400 years old
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* '''Guyuan Museum''' - very nice collection of artifacts dating from the Stone Age through the Silk Road period to the Qing dynasty
  
 
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Revision as of 20:49, 4 March 2007

Guyuan is a city in Ningxia Autonomous Region.

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Get in

By Train

Guyuan Huoche Zhan - 3 km east of town center

  • Lanzhou - takes about 11 hours
  • Xian - takes about 8 hours
  • Yinchuan - takes about 6 hours

By Bus

Long Distance Bus Station Location: west of Zhongshan Jie

  • Lanzhou - takes about 8 hours
  • Xian - takes about 7 hours
  • Yinchuan - takes about 5 hours

Get around

See

  • Xumi Shan Grottoes - during the Northern Wei, Sui, Tang, Song and Ming dynasties, more than 130 grottoes were tunneled into the eastern side of Sumeru Shan. Filled with Buddhist sculptures and almost 1400 years old
  • Guyuan Museum - very nice collection of artifacts dating from the Stone Age through the Silk Road period to the Qing dynasty

Do

Buy

Eat

Drink

Sleep

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