Scenic Heptachord Terrace

Discerning travellers seeking accommodation in Wuhan will be pleased by the Citadines Zhuankou Wuhan. This superior Wuhan accommodation provides well-furnished interiors and welcoming hospitality.
The Heptachord Terrace in Wuhan is a reminder of the close friendship between Yu Boya, a high-ranking official and musician and Zhong Ziqi, a woodcutter. According to legend Yu Boya played a piece of music while passing through the area and it was understood and appreciated by Zhong Ziqi. The two men became close friends. Unfortunately before they could meet again, Zhong Ziqi died and the grieving musician never played again. The Terrace stands as a commemoration of their friendship.

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Mausoleum of Qinshihuang – The Home of the Terracotta Warriors

One of China’s most significant historical sites, the Mausoleum of Qinshihuang can be easily reached by those finding Xian accommodation in the city. Offering centrally located service apartments Xian, Citadines Xingqing Palace Xi’an is an ideal base from which to explore the region including this ancient mausoleum which is around 30 kms from the city. Constructed under the patronage of the country’s first Emperor, Qinshihuang, the mausoleum dates back to 246 B.C. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it was built to resemble a layout similar to that of the city and is where you will find the famous Terracotta Warriors who were believed to accompany and serve the Emperor in the afterlife. These magnificent sculptures which include an entire garrison feature funerary carts and horses as well.

Mausoleum of Qinshihuang – The Home of the Terracotta Warriors

One of China’s most significant historical sites, the Mausoleum of Qinshihuang can be easily reached by those finding Xian accommodation in the city. Offering centrally located service apartments Xian, Citadines Xingqing Palace Xi’an is an ideal base from which to explore the region including this ancient mausoleum which is around 30 kms from the city. Constructed under the patronage of the country’s first Emperor, Qinshihuang, the mausoleum dates back to 246 B.C. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it was built to resemble a layout similar to that of the city and is where you will find the famous Terracotta Warriors who were believed to accompany and serve the Emperor in the afterlife. These magnificent sculptures which include an entire garrison feature funerary carts and horses as well.