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Ancient China Capitals Tour

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This tour is for the people interested not only in history but some of the remote areas not often visited by tourists. We also include the UNESCO site of Pingyao ancient city surround by a City Wall. The first bank of China is still there to see with its main vault as well as cobblers making shoes by hand as they always did in the past for customers who wear them each day/ You will see the famous “Hanging Temple” built into a cliff, the largest wooden Pagoda in China built in the year 1056. Of course the great cities of Beijing and Xian as ancient capitals are also included as well as Luoyang ancient capital before Xian. Near Luoyang is the famous Shaolin Temple known for the Kungfu Monks.
P.O. Box 33652
Seattle, WA. 98133
Tel:  (206) 368-9074
Fax: (206) 364-2459
interlak@eskimo.com
www.interlakechinatours.com

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