This is one of the most spectacular cultural sites in China. It is, however, very crowded. The gift shop is a bit pricey. One of the farmers who discovered the site sits at a table and signs copies of the picture book, but if you want to take his picture you have to pay him--which is more than fair. I recommend getting the book, which comes with a packet of post cards.
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