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Chang'an:

Xi'anXi'an
or Sian
, city (1994 est. pop. 2,114,900), capital of Shaanxi prov., China, in the Wei River valley. Situated on the Longhai RR, China's principal east-west line, it is an important commercial, tranportation, and tourism center in a wheat- and cotton-growing area.
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This article clarifies the land division system of the three ancient Chinese capital models--the "Zhou li" Capital Model (Z), the Chang'an Capital Model (C) and the Da Yuan (Dadu) Capital Model (D).
degree in communication and information systems from the School of Information Engineering, Chang'an University, Xi'an, in 2013 and 2016.
Based on the precipitous drop in the number of epitaphs dating from the tumultuous last decades of the ninth century, the author argues in the fifth chapter that the great clans disappeared at this time because when rebels decimated the two capital cites of Chang'an and Luoyang, "they physically eliminated a large percentage of the political elite, whose permanent residences and property holdings were overwhelmingly concentrated in these two cites" (26).
Tan Benhong, deputy director of the Chang'an Automobile Engineering and Research Institute, said that improvements and changes to the technology will be made based on the results of the test.
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884) rebels swept into the capitals of Luoyang and Chang'an, she perished along with four of her five children, who died without heirs.
China's New Silk Road strategy borrows the concept of the historical Silk Road connecting Chang'an (now Xi'an) in the east to the Mediterranean in the west.
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Chang'an, capital de los Tang, fue un centro de tolerancia cultural y religiosa.
From the ancient Chinese capital of Chang'an, now Xi'an, the Silk Road went through China's narrow Hexi corridor, before spreading south to India, present-day Afghanistan and Pakistan, or further west to Samarkand, Bukhara, Persia and the eastern Mediterranean.
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A coalescing and gathering out of the fog, out of which the shan, the mountains, that is, could be seen for a hundred meters or so, and finally falling-- on the bright yellow-red forests, the lotus pond of Shuangqing, the Tingfa pines, the shaley cliffs of Yinlu, the temple of Tsonjin Dazhao, the tower of Chang'an.