Sunday, August 29, 2010

Traveling in China "5 Most Mysterious Places to Visit" ~ China Travel

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Traveling in China is not only a great vacation to undertake but an opportunity to unlock some of the most fascinating mysteries of Chinese culture and history. We invite you to come along and tour some of the most mysterious and spectacular places you will see nowhere else.

1. Qin Shi Huang Mausoleum is truly a spectacular work of art that was surrounded by air of mystery ever since its discovery in 1974. Over 700,000 slaves were employed to construct this massive tomb under the orders of emperor Qin Shi Huang, who was only 13 years old at that time. All the slaves and workers involved in the construction of the mausoleum were executed to keep the mysteries of the mausoleum construction hidden forever. Surprisingly, the young emperor died shortly after the mausoleum construction was finished. 8,000 uniquely dressed soldiers guard the place where the first emperor of China rests in his eternal piece.

2. The Great Wall of China is one of the 7 Wonders of the World and truly so stretches over 8,000 kilometers starting from the east and following to the west of China. Do not miss this spectacle while traveling in China. The Great Wall of China was built over 2000 years ago for the most part during the Ming dynasty ruling. The wall was initially founded by a multiple number of walls build across many provinces of China and later united to form the Great Wall by the emperor Qin Shi Huang. The quality of the craftsmanship up to this day remains the envy for any professional architect in the world. The Great Wall of China is depicted in many ancient myths and fairy tales of the Oriental culture.

3. The Forbidden City of China is situated in the center of Beijing and had been surrounded by myths and legends for many centuries. The vast area includes many attractions that must be enjoyed by any person traveling in China. Choose from a variety of attractions and discover the ways the Chinese Emperors and their court lived for over 500 years. The Palace Museum, the imperial gardens and spectacular architectural creations tell beautiful stories of mysterious lives of 24 Chinese Emperors living on the territory of the Forbidden City in China.

4. Ming dynasty tombs are also located in Beijing and served as burial grounds for 13 emperors and their wives and important members of the court. The picturesque setting is completed with 3 mountains and a beautiful river flowing nearby. Unique architectural and landscape design strictly follows the concepts of Feng Shui which is intended to ward off evil spirits and promote peaceful rest for the emperors.

5. The pyramids of China are incredibly hidden by a dense layer of vegetation to make them virtually undetectable. There are over a 100 ancient burial spots scattered all over China, some still remain closed to the public. Some pyramids are open to the visitors and have small museums that help you learn more about these ancient tombs.

There are still many mysteries to uncover while traveling in China

Caroline Hawthorn is one of the fellow contributors of the travel blog at www.TravelInformation123.com.

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