'The Dragon: Carvings and Terracotta
Travel to see the army of terracotta warriors entombed near Xian, the ancient city on the once famous Silk Route. Visit the city that has a large and very active Muslim community the oldest mosque in the country. Continue with a visit to the army of the 6,000 terracotta warriors and the tomb of Qin Shihuang, the emperor who was able to unify China, narrating the history of the country with its numerous dynasties.
Move on to Luoyang, another old capital of China located on the porous shores of Yi River, where carvers build entire collections of grottos, statues and religious carvings at what is now called the Longmen caves. From there, end your journey at the beautiful Shaolin Monastery, home of the world-renowned Shaolin monks.