Amazing Xi'an in China......
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Amazing Xi'an in China......

by Tanaporn Payommai
(Thailand)

Xi'an

Xi'an

Two years ago, I went to Xi'an in China for one week. First, I went to the Bell Tower and I’m lucky because I had a chance to see the Chinese performances that were interesting.

And then, I visited the Drum Tower where there are many very big drums. The park around the Drum Tower is very clean and has a beautiful fountain, especially at night.

I went to the Terracotta Warriors Museum where there are a lot of terracotta sculptures depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang. I felt a little amazed because there were three buildings that have terracottas and I bought a terracotta souvenir key ring.

So, if I have a chance, I want to go to Xi'an again.

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