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Wulabo Ancient City

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One of the smaller ancient cities

We had trouble finding the place. The maps didn't give us proper directions, but in the end we... read more

Reviewed August 27, 2018
annaishappy
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Beijing, China
Way before Urumqi

As far as we can figure out, Wulabo is Urabo. In AD 648, the Tang government set up the town of... read more

Reviewed August 12, 2013
UndercoverExpat
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Perth, Australia
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27 Aug 2018
“One of the smaller ancient cities”
12 Aug 2013
“Way before Urumqi”
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Wulabo Village, Urumqi County 830063, China
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Reviewed August 27, 2018

We had trouble finding the place. The maps didn't give us proper directions, but in the end we found it. It seemed like it had not been taken care of in years. Broken signs and such, but still an interesting place to see.

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Reviewed August 12, 2013

As far as we can figure out, Wulabo is Urabo. In AD 648, the Tang government set up the town of Luntai in the ancient town seat of Urabo, 10 kilometers from the southern suburb of present-day Ürümqi. Ancient Luntai Town was a seat of...More

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Reviewed February 26, 2013

This is a great place to visit. Turpan's Jiaohe and Gaochang ruins are certainly bigger and better, but if you are in Urumqi you can't do better than coming here for a morning or afternoon adventure. Apparently, it dates back to the Tang Dynasty (618-907)....More

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Reviewed July 7, 2012

Best to cycle out here through the villages. You can imagine what life must have been like here all those years ago where there used to be a massive market here every week. It's unusual to still have archaeological sites so near Urumqi so visit...More

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