The best-preserved ancient city wall boasting the longest history for walls in the world, the Xi’an City Wall is 13.74 kilometers total length and composed of a series of military installations. Completed in 1944 and initially called the Shaanxi Provincial Museum, the Xi’an Beilin Museum was renamed in 1992 and designated a national top-level museum in 2008.
The site of Weiyang Palace in Chang'an City is the site of the imperial palace complex of the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 24), and is located in the northwest suburb of Xi'an city, Shaanxi province.
Huashan Mountain, one of the Five Great Mountains in China, is located in Huayin city, Weinan city, Northwest China's Shaanxi province.
Regarded as a Buddhist holy land for Buddhists worldwide, Famen Temple integrates Chinese culture into its style giving us a window into China's long history of civilization.
Located in Meixian county, Baoji city, Northwest China's Shaanxi province, Taibai Mountain National Forest Park covers an area of 2,949 hectares with a forest coverage rate of 94.3 percent.
Jinsi Grand Canyon lies southeast of Shangnan county, Shangluo city, Northwest China's Shaanxi province.
The Yellow Emperor Mausoleum, located in Huangling county, Yan’an city, Shaanxi province, is in memory of Huangdi, or the Yellow Emperor.
Initially built in the Sui Dynasty (581-618), the "Tang Paradise" was named "Hibiscus Garden" (Furong yuan) at the time and was also the best-known imperial garden.