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Address: Both Sides of Roads from Dunhuang to Yangguan and Yumenguan, Dunhuang 730101, China
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Wine Spring

The name Juiquan , came from the Han dynasty general Huo Qubing, who poured a jar of wine into a local creek celebrating his battle victory. The creek was later called Jiu... read more

Reviewed 21 December 2015
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Reviewed 21 December 2015 via mobile

The name Juiquan , came from the Han dynasty general Huo Qubing, who poured a jar of wine into a local creek celebrating his battle victory. The creek was later called Jiu Quan meaning , "Wine Spring". Jiuquan Park is a neat and pleasantly landscape green space outside the town.The pathway in the park are engraved with historic murals and... More 

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