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  • Tianlongshan Grottoes

    Tianlongshan Grottoes

    Tianlongshan Grottoes is 40 kilometers in the southwestern Taiyuan City. Tianlong Mountain was formerly known as Square Mountain, which was called Tianlong Mountain after the construction of Tianlong Temple in the north of the mountain. This was once the summer palace of the father of Gaoyang Emper... Read more>>
  • Fen River Park

    Fen River Park

    Located in the Taiyuan downtown section of the Fen River, the Fen River Park is a waterfront park with northern garden style and regional cultural characteristics, formed after water conservancy treatment, afforestation and beautification in 1998. The scenic area is stretching from the upper reache... Read more>>
  • Chongshan Temple

    Chongshan Temple

    The Chongshan Monastery, built in the Tang Dynasty (618-907), is located in Huangmiao Lane, Wuyi Road, Taiyuan City, Shanxi Province. Although it’s not as eye-catching as the Jinci, it has its own glorious time in the history. It was called White Horse Monastery (Baima Si) previously. In 1383, in ... Read more>>
  • Mengshan Giant Buddha

    Mengshan Giant Buddha

    The Mengshan Giant Buddha is a stone statue located in the north peak of Mengshan Mountain, Taiyuan and built during the Northern Qi dynasty. Initially discovered in a 1980 census, the statue was found to have its head missing. From 2006 to 2008, people constructed a 12-meter tall head for the stat... Read more>>
  • Twin Pagoda Temple

    Twin Pagoda Temple

    The Twin Pagoda Temple (Shuangtasi), officially known as Yongzuo Temple, located in the southeast of Taiyuan City, Shanxi Province, is a temple containing two pagodas dating from the Ming dynasty. There are two 53-meter-tall pagodas standing in it, hence the name 'Twin Pagoda Temple'. The East pag... Read more>>
  • Coal Museum of China

    Coal Museum of China

    The Coal Museum of China is the collection center of historical relics, coal specimens and documents of coal industry. It covers an area of 11 hectares and has a construction area of 90,000 square meters. The Coal Museum of China is divided into east and west yard, consisting of the Exhibition Hall... Read more>>
  • Jinci Temple

    Jinci Temple

    The Jinci or Jin Temple, founded about 1,400 years ago and expanded during the following centuries, is the most prominent temple complex in Shanxi, China. Located 16 miles (25 km) to the southeast of downtown Taiyuan City, it is a combination of historical cultural relics and beautiful landscapes w... Read more>>
  • Shanxi Museum

    Shanxi Museum

    The Shanxi Museum is the largest museum and cultural building in the province of Shanxi, China. The museum, located in Shanxi's provincial capital Taiyuan, is home to about 400,000 cultural relics and 110,000 old books. The museum started off as the Education Library and Museum of Shanxi, which o... Read more>>
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