[The beginning of the way] The four-day tour of the hometown of Liangzhou, see the heavy history and culture of Wuwei

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    About Gansu, it is said to be a big tourist province in addition to watching the sea. From Gannan 1st Road to Jiayuguan, the lush mountains of Qinling Mountains in Qinnan, the neon on the banks of the Yellow River in Lanzhou, the long sands of Minqin Tengge, the snowy mountains of Wuwei Tianzhu, the deserts of Jiayuguan and the Great Wall, whereever Nature is still human, there is always a place to conquer you.
    
     Lanzhou Zhongshan Bridge
    
     Wuwei Nanchengmen
    Crossing Gansu, the Hexi Corridor is the only way, which is also an ancient and modern way of communicating the Chinese and Western throats. The ancient Silk Road and today’s Lanxin high-speed rail are the eye-catching “golden ribbons” in this corridor. Wuwei is a gateway to the southern section of the corridor. In October, taking advantage of the coldness, I spent four days punching the city in the core area of ​​ancient Liangzhou. Here, I read the original text of the West, and the Western culture of the East.
    
     Wuwei Tianti Mountain Grottoes
    
     Wuwei Confucian Temple
    [about itinerary]
    Day 1: Arrive in Wuwei, call the ancient city gate
    Day 2: The Temple of Khmer, the Temple of Wuwei, and the Xixia Museum
    Day 3: Lei Tai Han Tomb, Baita Temple
    Day 4: Tianti Mountain Grottoes, going to Lanzhou to punch the Zhongshan Bridge at night
     At the end of the night, a majestic Zhaowu Nancheng Gate
    Quanzhou, my hometown, is also an ancient city with a long history. It is an ancient temple stupa everywhere, but I have lived there for more than 20 years, but I love the ancient city building that is isolated from the center of the city. Perhaps this has become a good thing, as long as one to the ancient city with a tower, I must go to the card.
    
    
     Wuwei Nanchengmen
    
     Wuwei Nanchengmen
    After the train arrived in Wuwei and settled in the accommodation, he rushed to the Nancheng Gate without stopping. The gate of the city is called Zhaowumen and was built in the Sui Dynasty. But what we are seeing now is rebuilt according to the prototype in the past few years. The city gate has undergone thousands of years of wind and rain, and almost all of them have been rebuilt and reinforced. Today’s new building is the main road of the city, and the square in front of the building is a place for citizens to relax and entertain.
    
     Wuwei Nanchengmen
    
     Wuwei Nanchengmen
    [Tourist Tips] Wuwei Nancheng Gate is free to open, and it looks better at night. The city tower is located in the urban area of ​​Wuwei, and the surrounding dining and accommodation are very convenient. If you go to Wuwei to play, you can actually consider living near the city gate.
     An ancient temple with a history of more than 1,600 years, carrying the thousand-year history of Buddhist Chinese
    The development of Buddhism in China mainly follows the ancient Silk Road and enters the mainland through the Hexi Corridor in Xinjiang.. In the history of the development of Han Buddhism, many people will know the Tang Dynasty Gaochun Xuanzang who went to Tianzhu to learn from it. However, few people know the Western Region Gaochun and the Buddhist scripture translator Kumaras.
    
     Wat Morosh Temple
    
     Wat Morosh Temple
    Kumaras, born in the Western Region of Kucha, is now the Kuqa area of ​​Xinjiang, and now there is a bronze statue of Kumaras at the gate of the Kizil Thousand Buddha Cave in Kuche. The father of Kumarajiva was the aristocrat of Scorpio, and his father fled to Xinjiang because of refuge. He studied the Hinayana Buddhism since he was a child, and later learned the Mahayana Buddhism. He once visited the Scorpio and had a high attainment in the Dharma.
    In the Liangzhou area of ​​Wuwei, Gansu, there is a temple of the 鸠摩罗什, which is the place where the Moroshish relics are stored. This ancient temple with more than 1,600 years of history, and the life of the 鸠摩罗什 are inextricably Awkward relationship.
    
     Wat Morosh Temple
    
     Wat Morosh Temple
    
     Wat Morosh Temple
    After the return of the Buddha, the Kumaras had stayed in Kucha to preach the Dharma. The former Qin general Lu Guang was ordered to take the Kumarajiva to Changan to promote the Dharma when he was conquering the Kucha country. Unfortunately, he was Lu Guang for various reasons. Imprisoned in Liangzhou for ten years. During this decade, Kumaras has been speaking in the temples, translating Buddhist scriptures, and benefiting the people. It was not until the post-Qin period that the Kumarajiva was greeted by Chang’an at the ceremony of the National Teacher. Since then, Kumaras has been engaged in Buddhist activities in the Chang’an area. Later, Kumaraji died in Chang’an City. It is said that his tongue was not bad after his death. His relics were later sent back to Kumaras in Liangzhou. Now the relics are still preserved in the temple.
    
     Wat Morosh Temple
    
     Wat Morosh Temple
    Today’s Jumosh Temple was rebuilt on the original site in 1934. Talking about this ancient temple with more than 1600 years, there may be no way to tell an article. The earliest temple built in the Eastern Jin Dynasty has always been one of the most important temples in the Liangzhou region. In the Tang Dynasty, the Kumaras, which is located on the main road of the Silk Road, plays an important role in the cultural and religious exchanges between China and the West. During the Song and Yuan Dynasties, Liangzhou, under the control of ethnic minorities, was invaded by many ethnic minority cultures, and the temple suffered a certain degree of damage. During the Ming and Qing Dynasties, the Pharma Temple was also extremely destroyed. During the Republic of China, the temple was finally destroyed in an earthquake of magnitude 7.7 on the Richter scale.
    
     Wat Morosh Temple
    
     Wat Morosh Temple
    The newly-built Pomeranian Temple is located on the north side of the Dash word on the North Street of Liangzhou District. The temple was built on the original site at the original site. The main buildings in the temple are the Daxiong Hall and the Huayan Sansheng Temple.In addition to the temple and the two corridors, there are also buildings such as Guanyin Temple, Luohantang and Zangjing Pavilion. Today, the relic of the Pomeranian is still stored in the Temple of the Pomeranian.
    Kumaras, a Buddhist master born in China and growing up in China, is indelible for the development of Han Buddhism.
    [Tourist Tips] The Pagoda Temple is open to the public free of charge. The temple is located in the urban area of ​​Wuwei. In the urban area, you can take the bus to get off at the “Beiguan Shizi” station and then walk 200 meters to the temple.
     Wuwei Confucian Temple, the largest temple in the northwest
    Confucianism, originated from the Confucius in the Spring and Autumn Period, Dong Zhongshu who was in the Han Dynasty. It was the policy of the Western Han Dynasty that “dismissed hundreds of schools and only respected Confucianism”, making it the orthodox idea of ​​Chinese feudal society for two thousand years. In the subsequent historical process, Confucianism influenced and dominated the development of society, and society continued to inherit and develop Confucianism. Along with the profound influence of Confucianism on Chinese society, Confucius, who was honored as the ancestor of Confucianism, was constantly worshipped by feudal rulers. In the feudal society, the sacrifices to Confucius also became the same level as the ancestors of the royal court. Daxie, and the Temple of Confucius dedicated to Confucius was built in the country.
    
     Wuwei Confucian Temple
    
     Wuwei Confucian Temple
    Today, there are many large or small temples of art in many ancient cities in China. The Temple of Literature in Pingyao is the earliest extant temple in China, and the temple in Nanjing, the Confucius Temple in Beijing, the Confucius Temple in Qufu and the Confucian Temple in Jilin are also known as the four major Confucian temples in China. Compared with these well-known Confucius Temples, Wuwei’s Confucian Temple may be less well known, but this Confucian Temple is indeed the largest temple in the northwest that worships Confucius.
    
     Wuwei Confucian Temple
    
     Wuwei Confucian Temple
    With the military victory of the Han Dynasty in the Hexi Corridor, the Central Plains culture represented by Confucian culture began to enter the Hexi Corridor and entered the northwestern region of China. Since then, Confucianism has also become the mainstream culture of this transportation throat area. As the core area of ​​the Furukawa Corridor, Liangzhou City (now Wuwei, Gansu) is naturally the political, economic and cultural center of the region. It is natural that a large temple is built here.
    
     Wuwei Confucian Temple
    
     Wuwei Confucian Temple
    
     Wuwei Confucian Temple
    According to the records of relevant historical books, the earliest Confucian Temple in the Wuwei area was established by the Xixia Party members who studied the Central Plains culture. Today, the Temple of Literature we saw was built during the orthodox years of the Ming Dynasty. After the completion of Wuwei’s Confucian Temple, after several years of expansion and reconstruction in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, it formed an extremely magnificent architectural community consisting of Wenchang Palace, Confucius Temple and Confucianism.
    
     Wuwei Confucian Temple
    
     Wuwei Confucian Temple
    Today’s Wuwei Confucian Temple is composed of Wenchang Palace and Confucius Temple. There are also buildings in the temple, such as the pool, the Zhuangyuan Bridge, the theater building and the Chongsheng Temple. There are many towering cypress trees planted in the Temple of Literature. The main building is also a traditional Chinese building, solemn and majestic. The most impressive part of the temple is the piece of plaque hanging under the eaves. According to statistics, there are now 44 plaques in the Wuwei Confucian Temple from the early Qing Dynasty to the Republic of China. The earliest ones and blocks have been more than 300 years old. These plaques highlight the status and cultural heritage of the Wuwei Confucian Temple and are also a precious historical and cultural heritage.
    
     Wuwei Confucian Temple
    [Tourist Tips] Wuwei Confucian Temple is located in the Liangzhou District of Wuwei City and is a national key cultural relics protection unit. Tickets for the scenic spot are 35 yuan per person, open daily at 9-17.
     In the museum, read the history of Xixia
    After the demise of the Tang Dynasty, the Han regime gradually lost control of the Hexi Corridor, and the party members who emerged gradually controlled this area. The general view of the history community is that the Ningxia region with Yinchuan as the core is the center of the Xixia regime. In fact, the Liangzhou at that time was also considered to be the military center of Xixia.
    
     Xixia Museum
    
     Xixia Museum
    
     Xixia Museum
    
     Xixia Museum
    The Xixia Museum, affiliated to the Wuwei City Museum, is opposite the Wuwei Confucian Temple. It is a retro-shaped antique building. A large number of large reliefs, cultural relics, murals and background paintings in the museum tell the tourists about the party civilization that once flourished.
     An unearthed “national tourist sign” tomb, there are still many unsolved mysteries
    In this beautiful and ancient land of China, there is no shortage of magnificent mountains and rivers, and there is no shortage of cultural relics and historic sites that have stunned the world after thousands of years. If you want to choose a place or object as a sign of Chinese tourism, you may feel that there are too many choices. Huangshan, the Great Wall, and the Terracotta Warriors are the world’s deepest impressions of Chinese tourism. However, the symbol of national tourism is a bronze horse statue of “Ma Ting Fei Yan” unearthed in Gansu.
    
     Lei Tai Han Tomb
    This bronze horse is called “Ma Ting Fei Yan”, also known as “Ma Chao Longque”, an ancient bronze ware unearthed in the tomb of Leitai Han in Wuwei. This statue is a green bronze bronze Pegasus 34.5 cm high and weighs about 7.15 kg. It has three feet and is flying, and the body of the head and tail is stepping on the wings and fluttering back to the first dragon. This bronze horse with a height that conforms to the principle of mechanical balance changes the traditional Tianma styling and also contains rich Tianma cultural connotation. .
    
     Lei Tai Han Tomb
    Today, the original bronze horse is kept in the Gansu Provincial Museum in Lanzhou. In the Leitaihan tomb area unearthed, there is also a replica of the iconic object. After the filming of “Ma Ting Fei Yan”, it has always been a domestic cultural relic star. It has been going to the sea for many exhibitions. In October of 1983, this “Ma Ting Fei Yan” copper running horse was identified as China by the National Tourism Administration. Travel sign.
    
     Lei Tai Han Tomb
    Speaking of the Leitai Han Tomb, which was unearthed from the “Ma Ting Fei Yan”, there are still many unsolved mysteries. Nowadays, in the archaeological world, archaeologists have never had a unified understanding of the identity of the tomb owners, and even the age to which the tombs belonged has their own opinions. A pirated hole that has been artificially repaired in the tomb is also a puzzle that historical scholars cannot give correct answers.
    
     Lei Tai Han Tomb
    The Leitai Han Tomb was discovered in 1969. At that time, the members of the excavation of the tunnel were unintentionally discovered the tomb, and many bronze objects were found in the tomb. Due to the faint awareness of cultural relics protection, the cultural relics unearthed at that time were once hidden by the locals, so that the government timely came forward to protect the precious cultural relics. Today, the tomb is open to visitors, and the tombs are also displayed to visitors in the same way as they were excavated.
    
     Lei Tai Han Tomb
    
     Lei Tai Han Tomb
    
     Lei Tai Han Tomb
    The reason why Lei Taihan’s tomb has this name is because it is located 106 meters long from north to south, over 60 meters wide and 8.5 meters high. Because it was a place to worship the thunder in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, it is also There is the name Leitai. Under the thunder is the tomb, and above the thunder is a Taoist shrine called “Thunder”. The Leitaiguan complex we have seen today was rebuilt in 1933 according to the architectural style of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. The old building was destroyed by a major earthquake in 1927, and it has been a fragrant Taoist shrine in the Ming and Qing Dynasties.
    
     Lei Tai Han Tomb
    
     Lei Tai Han Tomb
    After boarding the stone steps and entering from the three gates, you can visit the main buildings such as the Fengshen Temple, Leizu Temple and Sanhuang Temple in the Taoist Temple. The scale of the building is quite majestic. Today, Leitai, Leitaiguan and Han Tombs have long been an inseparable attraction. These ancient architectural and cultural sites from different historical periods depict the long history of the Hexi Corridor. If you arrive in Wuwei, you must Remember to punch the place where the “national tourist logo” was born.
    [Tourist Tips] Leitai Han Tomb and Leitai Guantong are in a scenic spot in the “Lei Tai Han Tomb”, and everyone can visit at the same time. Tickets for the scenic spot are 50 yuan, and the tomb of the Han tomb is short and needs to be bent forward. The scenic spot is just two kilometers away from the north of Wuwei City. It has convenient transportation and is one of the must-see attractions in the Wuwei area.
     An ancient temple telling the great history of Tibetan reunification more than 700 years ago
    The belief in Buddhism in China is very common. The branches of Buddhism in China are mainly Han Buddhism, Nan Buddhism and Tibetan Buddhism. Han Buddhism does not have to be explained. Nan Buddhism is mainly concentrated in the southern part of Yunnan. Tibetan Buddhism is circulating in the vast Tibetan areas. In fact, many Tibetan Buddhist monks can be seen in many Han settlements, such as the Baita Temple in the southeastern suburb of Wuwei City. This is a typical Tibetan Buddhist temple. The construction of this temple can take you to read a historical story with extraordinary significance.
    
     Baita Temple
    Since the rise of the party-based nation, the ancient Liangzhou area with Wuwei City as the coreThe district has been in the hands of the Xixia Kingdom of the party clan. When the Mongolian iron rider was swaying south, the splendid Xixia country also flew with ash, and the land entered the hands of the Mongols. After the Mongols occupied Liangzhou, the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau became the goal of the Mongolian generals stationed in Liangzhou at that time. At that time, he did not reduce unnecessary casualties. He invited Tibetan religious leader Sagaban Zhida to come to Liangzhou to hold the epoch-making “Liangzhou Talks”. The final result of the talks was that Tibet merged into the Yuan Dynasty and became The administrative area directly under the jurisdiction of the Central Government of the Yuan Dynasty also marks the official incorporation of Tibet into China. This story, in the museum inside the Baita Temple, has detailed graphic materials to tell the world.
    
     Baita Temple
    
     Baita Temple
    After the Liangzhou talks, Sakyaban stayed in Liangzhou, where he opened the altar to spread his Buddhist philosophy to the world until he died in Liangzhou. After the death of Sakya, Kuan Duan built a 42.7-meter-high spiritual tower in the Baita Temple where he talked about Buddha before his death, and surrounded ninety-nine small towers around the main tower. The pagodas were built in the form of Tibetan Buddhism. It is a pity that the 1927 earthquake destroyed this precious stupa, and now only the base part of the original tower remains in the Baita Temple.
    
     Baita Temple
    
     Baita Temple
    With the rise of the tourism industry, the local site has been effectively protected and developed for the existing Baita, and the original small towers have been restored to the maximum extent according to the existing data. In addition, the indoor museum also used a large amount of historical materials to introduce the passing and influence of the Liangzhou talks. The Baita Temple after the restoration is now a complete temple composed of temples, towers and Tallinn.
    
     Baita Temple
    
     Baita Temple
    
     Baita Temple
    
     Baita Temple
    [Tourist Tips] The Baita Temple in Wuwei is located in the southeastern suburb of Liangzhou District, about 20 kilometers from the urban area. The temple is open daily from 8am to 5pm, and the scenic spot has a ticket for 15 yuan. From Wuwei City to Baita Temple, it is more convenient to drive by car.
     The Tianti Mountain Grottoes in the ancient land of Liangzhou, the originator of Buddhist caves in North China
    Buddhism was founded by Gautama Siddhartha on the South Asian subcontinent 2,500 years ago. After hundreds of years of development, Buddhism gradually spread in ancient India and began to spread to China via the ancient Silk Road. The spread of Buddhism in China was mainly transmitted to the Central Plains and other places through the Western Region (now Xinjiang). In the homeland of the thirty-six countries of the Western Region, there are many caves like the Kizil Thousand Buddha Cave. In the Hexi Corridor, especially the ancient cave temples left by the Buddhist monasteries in the ancient Liangzhou, it also represents a peak of Buddhism development.
    
     Tianti Mountain Grottoes Exhibition Hall
    Liangzhou is the only way to communicate with the Central Plains dynasty to Xinjiang and Central Asia. It is the world’s important point, and it is an important node for cultural exchanges and trade between China and the West. For thousands of years, the silk porcelain that went to the west and the foreign merchants of the Buddha in the east have performed wonderful stories on this land. As early as the Qin and Han Dynasties, Buddhism began to be introduced into the Hexi Corridor. In the Wei and Jin Dynasties, in order to safeguard the needs of state rule and personal beliefs, the Hu people regime of Hexi strongly advocated Buddhism, excavated grottoes, and created Buddhist statues, so that Buddhism rooted in Hexi, and used this to better spread the Guanzhong and Central Plains regions. In the long-term development and evolution of Liangzhou Buddhism, there are many sects of Buddhism. In the history of Buddhism in China and the world, Liangzhou is a relay station for the sinicization of Buddhism in the Western Regions. As a result, China has gradually formed a Buddhist culture with its own characteristics, and a large number of sorghums that are familiar with Buddhism have emerged. In this process, many people in Liangzhou or those who have lived in Liangzhou for a long time have made important contributions to the spread of Buddhist culture for common beliefs and pursuits. The Tiantishan Grottoes in Wuwei can be described as a process of crystallization and an important witness. .
    
     Tianti Mountain Grottoes Exhibition Hall
    
     Tianti Mountain Grottoes Exhibition Hall
    
     Tianti Mountain Grottoes Exhibition Hall
    
     Tianti Mountain Grottoes Exhibition Hall
    Located in the Qilian Mountains, 50 kilometers south of Wuwei City, Tianti Mountain is located on the edge of a basin. The Huangyang River, which flows from the south to the north, originates from the Qilian Mountains. The melting ice and snow continuously injects water into the river and nourishes the earth. In the northern edge of the basin where the peaks are like a cluster, the grottoes were built in more than 1600 years ago. The caves are rugged in the cliffs. The mountain roads are rugged, and they are on the ladder, so they have the name of the Tianti Mountain.
    
     Tianti Mountain Grottoes
    
     Tianti Mountain Grottoes
    
     Tianti Mountain Grottoes
    As one of the earliest Buddhist caves in China, the Tiantishan Grottoes are the source of the Longmen Grottoes and the Yungang Grottoes. In the academic circles, the Tiantishan Grottoes have been called the “stone ancestors”. The Tianti Mountain Grottoes, one of the “Eight Views of Liangzhou”, was first built in the Beiliang period more than 1600 years ago (the ethnic minority separatist regime in the Sixteen Kingdoms period). After the North Cool, the Northern Wei, Tang Dynasty, and Ming Dynasty carried out continuous excavation of the Tianti Mountain Grottoes. According to historical records of the Ming Dynasty, the number of grottoes in Tiantishan was 26 at the time. After thousands of years, the Tiantishan Grottoes have been destroyed by geological disasters and social development. Today, only the big Buddhas on the edge of the Huangyang Reservoir are open to tourists.
    
     Tianti Mountain Grottoes
    
     Tianti Mountain Grottoes
    From the preserved statues and murals of the Tianti Mountain Grottoes, the clothing, charm and smudges of the Buddha statues on the stone carvings and murals are extremely similar to the artistic expression of ancient Indian Buddhism. This also explains the Buddhist culture in Liangzhou. It was directly introduced from the ancient Indian region. The Liangzhou people who received the ancient Indian Buddhist culture, with the encouragement of their faith, created the Tianti Mountain Grottoes with their own hands. These caves carved by the people of Liangzhou have distinct characteristics, so these caves are also called “cool”. State mode.”
    
     Tianti Mountain Grottoes
    Then, with the continuous spread of Buddhism, the Buddhist monks and craftsmen in Liangzhou gradually moved to Guanzhong and the mainland. They brought Liangzhou Buddhism to these places and brought the artistic achievements of the grotto construction here. It is in this context that Yungang Grottoes and Longmen Grottoes with the characteristics of the Tianti Mountain Grottoes have been excavated. These caves in North China are deeply influenced by the art form of the Tianti Mountain Grottoes, so the Tianti Mountain Grottoes have the title of “the origin of the grotto”.
    
     Tianti Mountain Grottoes
    In the 1950s, the Huangyang Reservoir, built for local agricultural irrigation, threatened the Grottoes of the Tianti Mountain. In order to better protect this cultural heritage, many murals and Buddha statues in the cave began to be relocated, and they were gradually moved to Lanzhou. In 2006, several relics were sent back to the grottoes and meticulously restored. These artifacts eventually returned to the mountains of Qilian. Nowadays, a lake of water and a majestic Buddha have long been merged into one day and become a tourist card in Wuwei City. At the foot of the Big Buddha, the Tiantishan Grottoes Exhibition Hall introduced the story of the caves and the development of Buddhist studies in Liangzhou in the form of pictures. After visiting the exhibition hall and going to see the grottoes, it is of great help to understand the treasures of these history. .
    
     Huangyang Reservoir
    
     Huangyang Reservoir
    [Travel Tips] The Tianti Mountain Grottoes are located 40 kilometers south of the city of Wuwei. It is more convenient to drive or participate in local tour groups. Go to the Tiantishan Grottoes on your own, and the ticket price for the scenic spot is 00 yuan. The autumn scenery is the best, and the trees around the Huangyang Reservoir are colorful.
     Transit Lanzhou, blowing the wind of the Yellow River on the Zhongshan Bridge with colorful neon lights
    Lanzhou is the only provincial capital that the Yellow River passes through. The Yellow River, which is eastward from the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, passes through the city of Lanzhou at the foot of the Kyushu Mountains. For thousands of years, the Mother River nourished the land of Lanzhou and raised the children of all ethnic groups here. Today, with the continuous development of Lanzhou’s urban economy and scale, the Yellow River has become a landmark of Lanzhou tourism. Especially after the night, the century-old Zhongshan Bridge, which is placed across the Yellow River, is a shining star.
    
    
    Lanzhou Zhongshan Bridge, known as the “First Bridge of the Yellow River in the World”, was built in the Guangxu Period of the Qing Dynasty (1907) and has a history of more than 100 years. The materials of the building bridge were basically imported from Germany. The construction of the bridge cost a total of more than 306,000 silver in the Qing government, which lasted for three years. The bridge was designed by German and American designers and employed more than 60 German engineers during the construction.
    
    
    
    Today’s Zhongshan Bridge is still erected on the Yellow River. The newly decorated neon lights above the iron bridge changed color after the night, lighting up the Yellow River and lighting up the city of Lanzhou. This place has now become a place where tourists must go to Lanzhou to punch cards. On the two sides of the Zhongshan Bridge, there is a high-rise building with neon lights. The words “I love Lanzhou” and “I love the Yellow River” are still rolling on the building. On the other side of the Iron Bridge is the White Tower Park. After the night, the lights here are particularly dazzling.
    
    
    The night in Lanzhou is lit up on both sides of the Yellow River. If you come to this city, you must remember to spread it on the banks of the Yellow River after the night, and watch the neon on both sides of the water, watching the traffic on the bridge.
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    [About food] Weiwei is located in the northwest, and beef and mutton are naturally the staple food in the restaurant. My trip is almost in the Liangzhou area in the center of Wuwei City, so don’t worry about eating. However, the individual highly recommends the mighty specialties, three sets of cars, in short, the word “satisfaction”
    
     Tianti Mountain Grottoes
    [About accommodation] There are many hotels in the city, but there are basically no B&Bs and youth hostels. It is not recommended in detail here, everyone can choose the hotel according to their own budget and play route.
    [About transportation] There is no high-speed rail in Wuwei City, but there are trains, and there are many cars in the direction of Lanzhou or Jiayuguan. It takes about 3 hours to get to Lanzhou by train. The price of a hard seat is about 50 yuan. There is also a bus to the Lanzhou Airport in the urban area. It takes about 3 hours and the ticket is 100 yuan.

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