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    The city of Wuwei was once a key location on the Silk Road because of its position along the Hexi Corridor that, in many instances, was the only route travelers could take to reach central and western China, and beyond.

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    Walk the open markets of Lanzhou that exists beside The Yellow River. Witness the oldest remnants of the first sections of the Great Wall of China that have almost completely eroded away amidst an otherwise uninhabited marshland on the outskirts of the Tengger Desert.

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    The roots of the Silk Road lie in ancient China, in the city of Xi’an, where the Silk Road grew and expanded during the Han Dynasty.

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    Today, the beautiful historic towers of the ancient Chinese capital of Xi’an are overwhelmed by the city’s modern buildings. But, just outside Xi’an, lies one of the great cultural wonders of the world that remained hidden to the world for over two millenia – the Terracotta Army.

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    Three hours northeast of Beijing, at Jinshanling, one can find one of China’s, and the world’s, greatest wonders. It is the largest structure ever created by man – The Great Wall of China.

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    Circle the globe and come face to face with Earth’s most unique wildlife. Ranthambore National Park in India is where you will find the tawny Royal Bengal Tiger creeping through the grass as it explores its kingdom. A good portion of the way around the globe from India, Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands contain a variety of

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    There are seven continents, 195 countries, and so much to see on Earth that you could spend a thousand lifetimes and still not see it all. Award-winning filmmaker Steve McCurdy takes you on an intimate journey across our entire globe to destinations you would want to visit first, and in doing so, allows you to

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    Over time, Man has created some pretty amazing things. The ancient Maya built the remarkable ruins of Tikal in Guatemala. The ancient Egyptians sifted sand from their palms to conceive and create the Pyramids of Giza and the Great Sphinx. What does love conjure, you might ask? Well, India’s Taj Mahal stands as a prime

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    Revisit an important era in Chinese railroading history when the last of the steam trains increasingly shared the tracks with the more modern diesel and electric trains. Due to the size of China’s population, as well as the land the country occupies, the railroad network is a very important component to everyday life in China.

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