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This verdant mountain retains deep spiritual significance and dominates a cluster of undulating hills surrounding Xuzhou.
Located southwest of the city, this graceful body of water nestles amid the Yunlong mountain range and is surrounded by landmarks of historic and cultural importance.
Han Dynasty Tombs
Excavation sites at these ancient tombs built into the sides of Turtle and Lion Mountains unearthed Xuzhou’s very own version of Xi’an’s world-famous Terracotta Warriors.
Han Stone Engravings Gallery
Houses more than 800 prized stone engravings that individually and collectively tell vivid stories of life during the Han Dynasty in a unique pictorial format.
Mausoleum of Prince of Chu
Part of the Han Culture Theme Park, this large cliff tomb contains rare cultural relics from the Han Dynasty and the Xuzhou Terracotta Army Museum.
Home to a compelling collection of ancient jade, stone, copper and ceramic artifacts dating from the Neolithic Age to the Qin Dynasty.