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Wuwei
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Wuwei is one the first cities after Lanzhou that one would stop on the "Xian-Dunhuang Journey of the Silk Road". Wuwei is located at the eastern end of the Hexi Corridor in the province of Gansu. It borders Inner Mongolia in the north. Wuwei has a long history and it has been reported that the city has been inhabited for over 5 thousand years. Wuwei was once a seat of the government of the Wu kingdom (during the period of the Three Kingdoms). This city was also once known as Liangzhou.

On the journey to Dunhuang, the next recommended stop is
Zhangye.

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map not drawn to scale

Among the places of interest in Wuwei are

the cultural relic of The Galloping Bronze Horse of Wuwei (CLICK or TOUCH to see photos)

The Leitai Tomb of the Eastern Han Dynasty (CLICK or TOUCH to see photos)

The Southern Gate

Confucian Temple / Wenmiao, Wuwei


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Wuwei


Wuwei merupakan salah sebuah bandaraya pertama selepas Lanzhou yang harus dilawati dalam pengembaraan Jalan Sutera bahagian Xian - Dunhuang.Wuwei terletak di bahagian akhir timur Koridor Hexi Corridor di wilayah Gansu. Di utara, Wuwei bersempadan dengan Mongolia Dalam. Wuwei mempunyai sejarah yang lama dan dipercayai bahawa ia didiami manusia sejak 5 ribu dahulu. Pada suatu masa dahulu Wuwei merupakan daerah kuasa kerajaan Wu semasa permerintahan Three Kingdoms. Wuwei juga pernah dikenali sebagai Liangzhou. Lihat gambar-gambar foto di atas untuk tempat-tempat menarik di Wuwei.

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