Those Faces Engraved in the History of China

It has been the very first place I like to visit whenever I went back to my hometown, Xi’an.  The place is called “Spirit of Poems” (“詩魂“).

The “Spirit of Poems” is located in the middle of the Great Tang Hibiscus Garden (大唐芙蓉圓), a place to display the achievements in poetry at the Great Tang Dynasty.  The extraordinary place shows poems, together with the Faces of the poets or the featured characters, carved on the mountain of rocks!

Those lifelike faces carrying various expressions seems to tell visitors what really happened back to 1500 years ago.  I have alway learned something new each time after reading the stories and “communicating” with those historically significant people.

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