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Archaeological sites along Silk Road in China

2014-07-04 09:50:49



Ding Ding Men was the front gate of Luoyang in China's Tang Dynasty (618–907 AD). The ancient town gate is located at North side of Gucheng Road, Southeast to botanical garden of Sui-Tang remains. [Photo/]

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22 archaeological sites along Silk Road in China