Harnessing Xi’an’s historical heart

Xi’an’s city walls are a memento of a time when the city was the eastern terminus of the Silk Road and had a large population of Muslim traders and merchants.
Being one of the oldest and best-preserved city walls in the whole of China, it has been refurbished many times since it was built in the 14th century and encloses an area of about 36 square kilometers.

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