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Dunhuang Attractions

  • Yumenguan Pass

    Yumenguan Pass

    Originally known as Small Square City, the Great Wall Yumenguan Pass is one of the two important passes on the western frontier of the Han Dynasty lands, and Yangguan Pass is the other. Read more>>
  • Mogao Grottoes

    Mogao Grottoes

    Mogao Grottoes, also known as Thousand Buddha Grottoes and Dunhuang Caves, is one of three noted grottoes in China. It's also the largest, best preserved and richest treasure house of Buddhist art in the world. Read more>>
  • Jiayu Pass

    Jiayu Pass

    Built in 1372, the Jiayu Pass is one of the best-preserved passes in China as well as the largest pass of the Great Wall. It is located on a strategic passage of the ancient Silk Road at the western end of the Hexi Corridor in today's Gansu Province. Read more>>
  • Echoing-Sand Mountain

    Echoing-Sand Mountain

    Located 5 km south of Dunhuang City, the Echoing-Sand Mountain, for many Chinese well known as Mingsha Mountain, is celebrated for the sound of the moving sand. Read more>>
  • Yadan National Geologic Park

    Yadan National Geologic Park

    Located on the northwest of Dunhuang, 180 kilometers away from the city, Yadan National Geologic Park is famous for its largest scale of Yadan Landforms, fully developing into the most valuable ornament in the world. Read more>>
  • White Horse Pagoda

    White Horse Pagoda

    Located in White Horse Village, about 1 km (0.62 miles) west of Dunhuang City, the nine-storied White Horse Pagoda is a uniquely shaped spectacular architecture that is a leading site among the tourist attractions in Dunhuang. Read more>>
  • Dunhuang Museum

    Dunhuang Museum

    Located on the East Yangguang Road, the downtown area of Dunhuang City, Dunhuang Museum is a local three-storied museum for keeping cultural relics of Dunhuang area. Read more>>
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