China's Forgotten City
The modern city of Xian is worldfamous as the home of the terracotta warriors and for its massive 600-year-old city walls. But that’s only scratching the surface. Over a thousand years ago, Xian was the site of the world’s biggest city and some of ancient China’s most amazing engineering and architectural marvels. This documentary resurrects the glory of China’s “forgotten city.”
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