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Nothing much to it but if you’re in the night market you might as well go see as it’s close by.
More interesting is to keep going another 100m past it and there is a municipal building where people gather to watch the news on...More
The merit to the Great Voyage and the various maritime exploration of the continents in the world has always been attributed to the adventurous spirit of the Europeans. But the Ancient Silk Road to Central Asia that extended far into Europe is a great testimony...More
Admittedly it is a decent statue but not one that is worth going too much out of your way to visit. For instance, if you were going to the nearby post office to mail some postcards or indulge in a spot of philatelic indulgence then...More
This statue represents a woman playing a musical instrument behind her head - it is near the centre of Dunhuang near the night markets. It was the beginning of spring when I was here and not much colour around but none the less a beautiful...More
敦煌最有代表性的人物形象，絲路美女能歌善舞的標準姿勢，在敦煌市區的中心圓環。可想見以前的輝煌。反彈琵琶的美女最能代表絲路的輝煌燦爛形象。you can see the ancient beauty who dances and plays music with a very difficult position. this is telling about the glorious history about this silk road.
Nice to walk past and get a photo in the morning sun when illuminated. Otherwise, nothing too special. I'm not sure why it is on TripAdvisor as a tourist sight.
The Dunhuang Goddess theatre is 100m west of this statue on the south side of...More